Milkier Pigs & Violet Gold: Philippine Food Stories
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For Bryan Koh, Milkier Pigs & Violet Gold marked his first foray into the world of cookbook publishing. It was the first Filipino cookbook written by a foreigner, inspired by the food he had enjoyed during his childhood and that which he encountered on travels throughout the Philippines.
For this second edition, Bryan returned to the Philippines yet again and visited previously uncovered territories, such as Quezon, Maguindanao and Tawi-Tawi. The result is an especially vivid tome, with at least 20 new recipes, including hardinera, a festive steamed meatloaf; espasol, a sweetmeat of toasted glutinous rice and coconut milk; balo-balo, a green mango salad with salted fish and toasted coconut; piyalam, fish stewed with turmeric, onions and tomatoes; and puto kuhita, steamed tapioca cakes stuffed with sweet-sour braised octopus.
468 pages, Hardcover, April 2021.
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