I am a Filipino : and this is how we cook

Title
I am a Filipino : and this is how we cook / Nicole Ponseca & Miguel Trinidad with Rachel Wharton ; foreword by Jose Antonio Vargas ; photographs by Justin Walker.
Author
Ponseca, Nicole,
Publication
  • New York : Artisan, [2018]
  • ©2018

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Description
352 pages : color illustrations, color map; 28 cm
Genre/Form
Cookbooks.
Note
  • Includes index.
Contents
Introduction : why not Filipino food? -- Filipino food 101 -- Adobo and kinilaw : cooking with vinegar -- Soups : a taste of home -- Salads and vegetables : oh my, gulay -- Noodles and dumplings : the Chinese connection -- Spice and burnt coconut : the food of the Muslim south -- Tomatoes and tamales : the Spanish-Mexican influence -- Fatty, fried, and salty : snacks and street food -- Sweets : merry meryenda -- Americana : we salute you.
Call Number
JFF 20-1185
ISBN
  • 9781579657673
  • 1579657672
LCCN
2018014210
Author
Ponseca, Nicole, author.
Title
I am a Filipino : and this is how we cook / Nicole Ponseca & Miguel Trinidad with Rachel Wharton ; foreword by Jose Antonio Vargas ; photographs by Justin Walker.
Publisher
New York : Artisan, [2018]
Copyright Date
©2018
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Summary
A celebration of Filipino culture and cuisine includes recipes for such dishes as cured tuna with grilled pork, sour shrimp soup, coconut-stewed taro leaves, garlic fried rice, beef in spiced chocolate sauce, duck leg stew, and candied sweet potatoes. -- Publisher's description.
Summary
In this celebration of Filipino culture and cuisine, Ponseca and Trinidad show how Filipino food changed right along with the country's turbulent history. The Philippines is an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands, and has their cooking has been heavily influenced by Chinese, Arab, and Spanish ingredients, among others. The recipes in this book should inspire readers to create, experiment with, and hone their own versions of Filipino food. -- adapted from introduction.
Added Author
Trinidad, Miguel, author.
Wharton, Rachel, author.
Vargas, Jose Antonio, writer of foreword.
Research Call Number
JFF 20-1185
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