The perfect sauce is nothing if your pasta sucks. That said, not everyone has the time to make it from scratch. (For the record, fresh pasta isn’t always better.) Enter dried pasta, aka the packed pasta you find in the grocery. Unlike fresh pasta, which is made from flour, water, and eggs, dried pasta only… Continue reading Spaghetti Taste Test: Which of These 8 Local Brands Is the Best?
Thanks to Jollibee and millions of OFWs, the world knows about Filipino spaghetti. This pasta isn’t just our version of bolognese, it’s a dish that’s embedded in our culture—a symbol of celebration. Every household has its own version. Some people make it with a unique combination of ingredients; while others whip everything up using ready-made… Continue reading Best Filipino Spaghetti Recipe: Sweet, Tomato-y, and Bright Red
While black pepper crabs are amazing in their original form, chef and Asian Food Network host Sarah Huang Benjamin shares a recipe that merges the Singaporean classic with another peppery dish: Italian cacio e pepe. This black pepper crab cacio e pepe seems like an odd combination. Black pepper crabs are an indulgent Chinese-inspired, quintessentially… Continue reading Black Pepper Crab Cacio E Pepe Recipe: Singapore Meets Italy
Filipinos love corned beef. For breakfast, it’s definitely a nationwide staple that’s often in everyone’s pantry. It’s easy to cook, always delicious, and accessible to all sorts of budgets. But during this time when everyone’s finding themselves in the kitchen more often, there’s definitely a need to change up the way things are done. Even… Continue reading Corned Beef Isn’t Just For Breakfast; Here Are Three New Ways To Cook It