If you’re like me who loves to eat and cook, you’ll be interested in this new resto in Makati. Come Forth Kitchen is a newly opened restaurant that did some amazing kitchen remodeling and hired kitchen fitter for design, located at Jupiter St. No, I haven’t been to the restaurant, yet, but I was able to have a taste of some of the food they serve there, I also heard fun facts about St Paul and I am pretty exited to visit. Just recently, I was invited to attend a cooking demonstration at The Maya Kitchen Culinary Arts Center through Mommy Bloggers Philippines. Maya’s Top Eats aims to let bloggers have a taste first of the restaurant’s popular dishes while teaching us at the same time on how to prepare them.
I was very excited when I first heard about the event. I rarely go, but when it comes to event like this, I’m game! So, come hell and high water (it was raining really hard that afternoon!), I called for a Grab car and made sure I was there right before the event started. No way I would be driving in that kind of weather!
Chefs Albert and Rowena were the ones who presented the recipes to us. Both are young and very talented! There were four yummy dishes: Tinapa Ceasar Salad (I loved that you can really taste the Tinapa fish in the dressing), Longganisa Pizza (I’m sure my family will devour this is seconds), Pulpog (Ilocos’ version of the Sisig), and Malunggay (Moringa) Basil Pesto. All the dishes are delicious and very easy to prepare. Also, the said dishes are the bestsellers at Come Forth Kitchen. These easy to make recipes are perfect for busy moms and even for the not-so busy ones. But, if you’re not up to cooking or you simply don’t have the time to prep food for your family, might as well go and visit the restaurant in Jupiter St. I promise you won’t regret it because the dishes I was able to sample are truly scrumptious. I can’t wait to bring my family there and try their other entrees.
You may check out The Maya Kitchen’s Top Eats every now and then because, each month they feature different restaurants. You can find them at www.themayakitchen.com to know more about their products and cooking classes. Come Forth Kitchen also has a Facebook page: www.facebook.com/comeforthkitchen, so you can check their latest offerings.
Coming up is my own version of the Malunggay Basil Pesto!
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