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An occasionally belligerent mother of four and an autism parent / advocate who believes that traveling, good food and good company are vital to keep one sane. I've worked as a news writer/newscaster, a quality systems auditor, a ISO9001 consultant, an FM radio DJ, a Filipino tutor, TOEFL reviewer and have gone into the food industry both as an entrepreneur and as a mommy chef, giving a sponsored demo on healthy cooking in a mall and on local TV. My favorite job however, is being a mom and a wife.

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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Kusina to Cuisine: The Theresian Cookbook Review



 With the cost of commodities these days, wasting food or cooking dishes that no one would enjoy is a definite no-no. 

Long Island Artichoke Dip
Attending a food tasting event of dishes made using the St. Theresa’s cookbook, I’ve learned to prepare dishes that can withstand travel and dishes that offer variety to a tired palate.

The book itself is a compilation of recipes (appetizers, soups salads all the way to dessert) as contributed by the alumni of St. Theresa’s College Manila . 

Toyoma
The book, Kusina to Cuisine: The Theresian Cookbook comes in volumes 1 and 2 that offers easy to make dishes, useful tips and even a conversion table. Published in a binder type format, you can easily take out the page/s you want to use, and simply put it back in when done.


Here’s a look at what dishes we sampled and a corresponding recipe for some of them:


Rice Cooker Chicken Recipe:



Beef Curry ala Lucille Recipe:
  For great recipe ideas, pick up a copy at your nearest Bookmark outlet. For volume 1 and 2 plus the binder, the total cost came up to 675 PHP.


**recipes taken from Kusina to Cuisine: The Theresian Cookbook  pp. 17 and 31 copyright 2008

From TMW, may all your wanderings be better than ours! 

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