In the kitchen: May classes

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).

A taste of Latin America (Makati)

Rightmost photo, from bottom to top: lime roasted vegetables, oyster mushroom ceviche, guacamole, brown rice, fresh corn, chocolate-chile mole smothered tofu, more mole sauce, pico de gallo, black beans for the burrito.

A taste of Indonesia (Alabang)

Clockwise from top left: sayur urab (Balinese mixed vegetables with grated coconut), gado gado (fresh vegetable salad with peanut sauce), es teller (fruit in coconut milk with palm syrup), sambal goreng tabu (tofu in sambal coconut sauce).

Fantastic salads 1.0 (Alabang)

Clockwise from top left: mambo kidney bean chopped salad, Turkish-spiced chickpea quinoa salad,  seaweed salad with avocado and tofu, mediterranean green bean salad with caramelized onions.

Save your soul with vegan sausages (Makati)

Menu: sausage and mushroom stuffed peppers, sausage and vegetable pot pies, spaghetti with sausage and tomato cream sauce.

Pasta participle (Alabang)

Clockwise from top left: broccoli mac and cheese, linguini with roasted eggplant and zucchini, baked rigatoni with béchamel sauce and Italian sausage, Sicilian-style whole wheat spaghetti with pan roasted cauliflower and almonds.

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