A loooong overdue post.
Kid friendly food (Alabang)
Clockwise from bottom: chickpea croquettes with supernatural ketchup, barbecue-spiced vegetables, whole wheat fussilli with tofu meatballs and stealth tomato sauce, apples to go with the cookie dough hummus (not in the photo).
Hi Makati! Are you ready for some plant-powered cooking? I’m bringing 2 of my most popular classes to your city this May! Check it. Sign up. Eat well.
General information on cooking classes here.
Cancellation policy on cooking classes here.
Photos on past cooking classes here although the Kitchen Revolution Facebook page is more updated.
Summer cooking classes for kids is upon us! Read the blog post here, check out the brochure here.
Mushroom stuffed peppers and mochi ice cream and mole, oh my!
Yes, October cooking classes are shaping up to be pretty spectacular. You need to sign up and get schooled.
Healthful, natch. Big on flavor, you can expect nothing less.
Do you belong to the camp that thinks vegan brunch = porridge and soymilk? While we are big fans of oats, there is more to vegan brunch than them. Check out “No muss, no fuss brunch” class this Saturday in Pino Kitchen Studio, Teachers Village, Quezon City. Discover the delicious world of tofu scramble (and its hundred permutations), veggie breakfast sausages from scratch, addictive sweet potato home fries, pan seared tomatoes full of herb-y goodness, and granola that will knock your boxed cereal’s socks off. Sign up, give PKS a call! 0918.911.6042 or 352.3755
The kitchen last Saturday got muy caliente when class and I cooked up a vegan Latina feast. Yes folks, it was a feast with a capital F, because as usual, there was too much good food.
Before I tease you with food photos, let me show you the goings on in Kitchen Revolution HQ during class:
Explaining the spices used in Oaxacan-style mole.
This Saturday, take a trip to Latin America via a taste bud explosion and join this class!
Learn how to ceviche up some mushrooms, compose a burrito with killer guacamole, stew up some tofu in mole with chocolate, freshen up roasted vegetables with lime, and fry up some “I-can’t-believe-they’re-vegan” churros.
Join join join!
…because menu planning for future classes is full steam ahead! No class this Saturday (Palawan beckons) but next Saturday the 25th is Kid-friendly Food day.
Tentative menu for this cooking class:
- Chickpea croquettes with supernatural tomato sauce
- Fussilli with stealth tomato sauce and tofu meatballs
- Softly spiced sweet potato fries
- Broccoli with white bean dip
- Banana peanut butter milk shake
We’ve got tricks up our sleeve on amping up the nutrition in these dishes to help the kiddies grow up nicely without nasty white sugar and artificial crap getting in the way.
Oh, you don’t have to have kids to appreciate this class. Being a kid at heart is good enough.
As for A Taste of Latin America on the 2nd of July, we have this planned, tentatively:
- Mushroom ceviche
- Baby black bean burritos with pico de gallo and guacamole
- Chocolate-chile mole smothered tofu
- Lime roasted vegetables
- Churros con chocolate
Latin American food holds a special place in my heart and there were too many dishes to choose from. Too many flavors, so little time.
Do sign up!
Please note that starting in July, classes are P1,300 if you pay in advance and P1,600 if you pay on the day itself.