Ever tried Pampango style of cooking? For sure most of us had tasted Pampango dishes. But have have you experienced cooking Pampango recipes? If you are curious on how Pampango prepare their food, I think it’s high time for you to witness and taste on how the Pampangos cook!
Pampangos – Native people from Pampanga.
On June 29, at the Maya Kitchen, watch and learn on how to cook in Kapampangan style. The demo will showcase dishes with Tagalog and Pampango influences, all slow cooked and worth passing on down to the next generation.
The cooking demo is entitled ‘Heritage Recipes of the Reyes Girls.’
Well known chef, author, editor and host Nancy Reyes Lumen is joined by her mother Nena Tancinco Reyes, sisters Marian, Corito and May as they prepare Kapangpangan recipes perfected by the venerable Reyes matriarchs Lola Asiang Reyes and ‘Ina’ Maria Tansinco.
Nena Reyes, a mother of 12 will be preparing her clans favorite soup! She calls it Kinulob ng Ina.
Nancy Reyes Lumen, the practical cook, will be preparing Mechado her lola Asiang way using shallots and over ripe tomatoes on camto or flank steak part of the beef. (I know that this part of the beef would take time to cook.)
Marian Reyes, a very good cook who can duplicate her elders way of cooking. She’ll be preparing Ina’s Adobong Manok sa Beer. Interesting huh? First time to hear chicken cooked in beer.
Corito Reyes, a sport active and a good cook will be preparing her own style of Pastel de Lengua.
Youngest of the 12 siblings, May Reyes Serrano, is known for her Kesovore Spread. This time she will prepare her mother’s Pochero using her homemade cured bacon.
Interesting right? Can’t wait to witness and taste these Kapampangan way of cooking. Hope to see you on June 29 this Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm at the Maya kitchen in Makati City.
For inquiries, you may reach The Maya Kitchen at telephone numbers 8921185 / 892-5011 local 108 / Mobile No. +63947 835 2290.
The Maya Kitchen Culinary Center is located on the 8F Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City.
For more information on other courses offerings, log on to www.themayakitchen.com or e-mail [email protected]