hosted by Pepe's Kitchen
This is the last part of our Eat Philippines Supperclub series. Our Luzon and Visayas supperclub went swimmingly and my guests enjoyed their food as well as learning & trying something new about the Philippines. As you may have seen from from the series so far that there are plenty of dishes that many Filipinos haven't tried yet, some of our dishes are local and native to an area and not commonly known even with Filipinos.
For our November supperclub we are going to use Halal meat so that our muslim friends can also enjoy and experience the Filipino food and also a tribute to the Moro kababayan 'countrymen' who are Muslim.
Let us transport you to the sunny paradise of Mindanao through their native food, meet new people and have a laugh! Who knows I might bring the Karaoke out again and this time I might actually sing!
Complementary cocktails and canapes when you arrive
A southern version, fall off the bone beef adobo ribs in coconut milk
Davao's Seafood Kare Kare
Mix seafood in peanut sauce with aubergine, beans, mushroom and sautéed shrimp paste. Fragrant jasmine rice on the side
Tyula Itum Ug Puto
A popular dish from Tuasug, Sulu, not only eaten during Ramadan but at any occasion. Spicy goat stew with burnt coconut and sambal oelek accompanied with fresh steamed rice cake (mild-hot)
Binaki at Durian
A native delicacy of Mindanao made from steamed young corn and milk wrapped in corn husk served with durian ice cream
*Please let us know if you or your guests have any food allergy, we will try our best to accommodate everyone. Vegetarians are welcome. Exotic ingredients might change depending if we are able to get them.*