Blue Cheese Wings Recipe: Inspired by Charlie’s ”Reverse Wings”

Chicken wings are simple—fried wings coated in a sauce, served with a dip. Done. But what if we flip the script? Still fried wings, but coated in what’s meant to be the dip and served with what’s meant to be the sauce. That’s exactly what Charlie’s Grind and Grill, that burger shop hidden in a… Continue reading Blue Cheese Wings Recipe: Inspired by Charlie’s ”Reverse Wings”

Dry Tom Yum Noodles Recipe: Everything but the Soup

We love a good stir-fry. Not only does it always deliver on flavor, but it also gets you a meal in 45 minutes or less—even the most arduous prep included. This recipe for dry tom yum noodles is no exception. In this easy, one-pan stir-fry, we get the flavors of the Thai hot and sour soup into dry rice… Continue reading Dry Tom Yum Noodles Recipe: Everything but the Soup

Tom Yum Paste Recipe: For Instant Thai Hot and Sour Soup at Home

Even though it’s often just categorized as hot and sour, tom yum soup is a complex mix of flavors. It’s a medley of aromatics, contributing to different tastes. You’ve got heat from chilies, citrus from lemongrass, pepperiness from ginger, sourness from lime, and sweetness from brown sugar—and that’s not even all of it. All of these… Continue reading Tom Yum Paste Recipe: For Instant Thai Hot and Sour Soup at Home

Burger Steak Recipe: With Homemade Gravy and Fresh Mushrooms

We can’t shake the association of burger steak to Jollibee. So we’ll nip this in the bud and say—this is not a food hack. Though we do love the weirdly satisfying version of the red bee, those oddly textured flat patties with extra thick gravy aren’t exactly what come to mind when we think of… Continue reading Burger Steak Recipe: With Homemade Gravy and Fresh Mushrooms

Filipino Recipes You Should Know About

Filipino cuisine is finally getting the spotlight it deserves. We’re seeing more chefs, food personalities, and cooking resources trying Filipino recipes, and Filipino cooking has gone outside of Pinoy households and into restaurants, food carts, and more commercial outlets. And though we’re happy to see that dishes like adobo, sinigang, and sisig are becoming more… Continue reading Filipino Recipes You Should Know About

How to Cook Pinoy Food: A Guide to Pinoy Recipes

The best way to learn how to cook Pinoy food is to equip yourself with some back-pocket Pinoy recipes that you can regularly make and practice with. It’s good to start with food that are already staples in Filipino households. This gives you an idea of how locals cook and what ingredients or techniques are… Continue reading How to Cook Pinoy Food: A Guide to Pinoy Recipes

Chicken Pyanggang Recipe: Tausug Chicken in Blackened Coconut Curry

Chicken pyanggang (or pianggang) is a Tausug dish that consists of marinated chicken that’s braised in a mix of curry, coconut cream, coconut milk, and aromatics, then finished on a grill. What sets it apart is the curry that it uses, called pamapa itum, which is a burnt coconut paste made using spices and chilies.… Continue reading Chicken Pyanggang Recipe: Tausug Chicken in Blackened Coconut Curry

Pamapa Itum Recipe: How to Make Burnt Coconut Paste

Pamapa itum (“black spices”) is a paste or curry made of burnt coconut (siyunog lahing) and a mix of spices such as turmeric, galangal, onion, garlic, and chilies. It’s a condiment used in Tausug cooking; you’ll see it in chicken pyanggang or tiyula itum, where it contributes complex flavor that’s smoky, earthy, and peppery all at the same time.… Continue reading Pamapa Itum Recipe: How to Make Burnt Coconut Paste

Shakey’s Mojos Recipe: The Secret Is in the Breading

Let’s be honest here. It ain’t the pizza that’s the best part of Shakey’s menu—it’s the mojos. These spuds are iconic, a trademarked specialty of the international chain; it has helped cement their status worldwide as a reliable place to dine. Recreating Shakey’s mojos at home was always incredibly difficult- how do they get their… Continue reading Shakey’s Mojos Recipe: The Secret Is in the Breading

Chicken Meatball Pasta Recipe: Inspired by McCormick’s Together We Flavor Webinar

With guidelines changing all the time, it’s been a never-ending battle for food businesses during the pandemic. Restaurants have to constantly adapt to the times, and often, there’s hardly any support available. Where can you get help when you need to pivot your business, like transitioning to cloud kitchens or delivery-only completely, or creating menus… Continue reading Chicken Meatball Pasta Recipe: Inspired by McCormick’s Together We Flavor Webinar