Posts in Audio
EP 22: The Coconut Kitchen With Regina Newport

This episode we chat with Regina Tolentino Newport, author of the book "Coconut Kitchen: Appetizers and Main Dishes" and founder of the Culinary Historians of the Philippines. We'll hear about Regee’s favourite recipes, what going to culinary school taught her, things we realize we take for granted, and what inspired her to delve into the world of Philippine coconuts. Time to get cooking!

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EP 21: The New Filipino Kitchen in Toronto

This month I share some clips from "The New Filipino Kitchen" book launch in Toronto - including an excerpt from my recipe in the cookbook - plus an incredibly fun panel chat with local restaurateurs and community leaders. When something this special happens on the first weekend of the first nationally declared Filipino Heritage Month in Canada...you bet I'm doing a whole episode on it!

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EP 20: No Forks Given With Yana Gilbuena

This episode we're going behind the scenes on a book called "No Forks Given" by Yana Gilbuena. It's a collection of recipes from her 50 U.S. state SALO Series pop-up dinner tour from 2014 to 2015 . Every week, Yana would hold a kamayan (hands-only) feast of Filipino food in a new state; she’d find someplace to stay, someplace to shop and someplace to host her dinner, often as she went along. I learned a lot of things from this book, so let's get to it!

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EP 15: Growing The Carabao Dairy Industry With Marie Cavosora

This episode, we’re talking with Marie Cavosora, who founded a company called CalaBoo and leads a team of dairy entrepreneurs in the Philippines. With milk from naturally grass-fed carabaos - the Philippine water buffalo - they make butter, cheese and yogurt. There’s so much more to the story of carabaos - and their dairy - than meets the eye.

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