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.
Another overdue post on class photos!
“Save your soul with vegan sausages” class was held on the 8th of October, 2011. In this class, students learned how to make all-natural vegetarian sausages from scratch. No preservatives, no fakey fakes, no cholesterol – just real ingredients and big on flavor. Low fat, too, I might add.
Class cool cats
No photos of the actual sausage making, unfortunately, but let me tempt you with the finish dishes the sausages went into. Vegan!
Oh, and did I mention? Raya Mananquil stopped by for some vegan sausage education!
Raya actually figures quite importantly in my becoming vegetarian – an article she wrote on vegetarianism for the Philippine Star in September 2007 encouraged me to do more research on food politics, watch undercover factory farm videos, and make the switch. Me teaching her was very surreal, especially since October 8 was my 4 year vegetarian anniversary.
More photos to come – I’m on a roll!
Check out other class photos here.
Check out class schedules 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.