If there is one item that is ubiquitous in restaurants, it’s Caesar salad and for good reason. If made with the real ingredients, the dressing is packed with umami!
Salads can be hearty salads made with beans, legumes, and nuts that fulfill your daily requirement for protein using vegan sources. This quinoa medley salad is a great example.
This easy-to-prepare Filipino dish truly brings back memories of my childhood. Here is my take on adobo, with a little bit of flare but without venturing too far from what adobo should be.
Lechon! If you’ve seen Anthony Bourdain’s visit to the Philippines in his show Part’s Unknown, you’ll know that he loved Filipino roast pork or Lechon.
Pasta dishes are often simple, yet have some of the best flavours! This particular pasta dish is no exception when it comes to simplicity and deliciousness.
One of the mother sauces of French cuisine, but with an added smoky twist. Simple, easy to make, and very tasty.
Classic French bistro fare! This is a dish best kept simple to let the flavour of quality beef shine through.
Fusion, a mixture of flavours from different culinary traditions. Here’s a fusion dish that combines elements from French and Thai cuisine. Give it a shot!
A heavier, richer-flavoured version of traditional Japnaese Ramen made with roasted pork bones. A steaming bowl of savor perfect for cold weather or those drizzling rainy days.
Gravadlax makes for a luxurious salmon treat that is perfect for all times of the day. Treat yourself to this simply delicious dish and you won’t regret it.
We’re taking an American classic and making it our own – by adding flavours of maple syrup. This Canadian version is bound to get you singing Oh Canada.
Say bonjour to French comfort food. Cassoulet is a hearty duck stew that is guaranteed to warm your stomach and your heart. This one-stop pot dish is always slow-cooked to perfection.
Poutine runs in our veins eh. The very Canadian dish is compiled of cheese curds, fries, and gravy. What could be better? Oh right, we added braised beef on top.