πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­ AN INTRODUCTION TO filipino COOKING
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πŸ‘‹ Get To Know Us
Meet the chefs who are going to be teaching you throughout the course, each of them bringing their rich culinary experience to the table with a touch of warm hospitality to take your cooking to the next level and put on the perfect Filipino feast for friends and family - click on our pictures below.
Budgie Montoya
Cooking in the Filipino Diaspora
Rex De Guzman
Family-style Perfected Classics
Mark Corbyn
Heritage food & history
Gene Gonzalez
Bold Flavours & Feasting
βœ… Quick Checklist
Prep For The Course
Check out your equipment and ingredients list and get yourself ready for the course ahead.
Discuss With Your Cohort
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πŸ‘€ Welcome To The Course
🐟 What You'll Be Cooking
This week
Sour - Seafood Sinigang
This Week's Key Takeaway
Souring Agents

Budgie guides you through how he layers flavours and textures in this iconic Filipino soup. Prevalent across the country, Sinigang is known for its sour broth, and while the base is simple and satisfying, it lends itself to constant experimentation! Budgie’s version is the classic: seafood with crunchy vegetables.