Cooking Filipino Delights

Experience Cooking in A Cebuano Slum

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$20.00per guest
Hosted by Kuya Eddy

Highlights

  • Cooking the Filipino classics like Adobo, Lumpia and Buco Pandan
  • Learn about the multi-varied influence on Filipino cuisine from it's colonial past
  • Once your meals are prepared, sit with your host and enjoy your food over conversation amidst a humble home

Inclusive of:

  • All ingredients and utensils
  • Additional items other than what is mentioned in the menu

Not Inclusive of:

  • Pick-up and drop-off service (can be included at additional cost)
  • Additional items other than what is mentioned in the menu
$US 20.00 per guest
4 hours
1 - 4 guest
Cancellation Policy: Moderate

Full refund available for cancellations made up to 24 hours prior to booking start time.

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Private Class
$ 15.00/trip

More About This Experience

As is with most countries that have a long history of multicultural influences, the Philippines too has her cuisine coalesce from a mixture of Spanish, Indian, Chinese and most recently from American food culture into the indigenous cuisine. While the Filipinos love their fast food joints, anything ranging from the Mcdonalds to the homegrown Jollibee, you will find an equal number of carinderia run by locals that serve up delicious home cooked local cuisine. And it's in these carinderia that you will find the most authentic local dishes: these are eateries run by families and you can get a hearty meal for super cheap. If there's anything that beats the Filipino love for burgers and fast foods, it's a well cooked Adbobo from one of the carinderia's! For this cooking class, we'll take you to the heart of the Philippines; into a slum where most urban Filipino dwellers reside. The is a superb cook and has been at it for close to 10 years now. So not only will this experience be an insight into Filipino cuisine but you also get to witness how most Filipinos live away from swanky business centres and high rise condominiums. The Menu will include: 1. Soup: Coconut-based Vegetable Soup 2. Appetizer: Pork Lumpia (Spring rolls) 3. Main Dish: Rice and Chicken Adobo 4. Dessert: Buco Pandan (Coconut & Pandan Jello) If you aren't already aware then you should know that Filipinos LOVE to sing, evident in random Karaoke machines in the middle of a street with locals singing their hearts out all times of the day and night. And staying true to this Filipino spirit, Kuya Eddy has a Karaoke machine of his own so if you're up for it then you could brush up on your repertoire of Celine Dion and Bryan Adam songs to impress Kuya Eddy's family. :p Note: Please do not expect the conditions you would in a professional run cooking school. We've taken all measures necessary to ensure that the ingredients that will be used are 100% hygienic. If there are any specific requests or queries then do let us know beforehand.

Additional Information:

  • Loose fitting trousers because your host is going to feed you well ;)
  • Be sure to bring an appetite
  • Please inform us of any food allergies
  • Exact pick-up location address along with map direction will be sent to your email instantly after booking
  • Be at the pick-up point 10 minutes before the activity begins

Location

The pick-up location address will be sent to your email immediately upon booking.

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Kuya Eddy

Kuya Eddie has been a cook for close to 20 years now. He worked for different restaurants before deciding that he will work at home. Aside from their usual buyers from the offices, their neighbors are their loyal c...

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US$ 20.00 per guest