Sinigang, tawilis, turon: Learn these essential Pinoy recipes inspired by Filipino food paintings

For Filipino Food Month, UP Vargas Museum takes inspiration from the paintings by masters such as Amorsolo in its permanent collection

Done mastering the 5 French mother sauces? Try these sauces next

Sure, you can buy these sauces from the grocery, but making them from scratch can taste *way* better

A vintage recipe made with bologna stuffed with mashed peas and mayonnaise
Water pie, tuna jello salad and other vintage recipes we *kind of* want to try

While we still use a lot of old recipes in our daily lives, other recipes just fell through the cracks

Flourless chocolate cake from the series Nolisoli Comfort Kitchen
Out of flour? These dessert recipes don’t need it

Many terrible things happened at the onset of the pandemic. Aside from the obvious, one of them was The Great Flour Shortage of 2020

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How to make quick kimchi—no fermentation necessary

You can kimchi anything but the sink and with this recipe you won’t even have to wait

A photo of white wine sangria with apples, strawberry and lemons in a carafe and two glasses. Photo by Pauline Miranda for Nolisoli
Try these Nolisoli-approved cocktails to beat the summer heat

As popular wisdom goes, it’s happy hour somewhere—and the Nolisoli team has a few cocktails we think you should try

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You need to learn how to make garlic confit

Confiting ingredients is one of the oldest cooking methods around; you’ll wonder why you didn’t try it with garlic sooner

Is this ridiculously easy to make baked feta pasta from TikTok your lunch?

With its hassle-free recipe and basic ingredients, it might as well be

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Too tired to cook? This tofu dish is ready in less than 10 minutes

It’s a little sweet, a little spicy and perfect for when you want a home cooked meal without sweating it

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Here’s how you should cook pig’s ears, tails and trotters

These cheaper cuts of pork can be just as tasty as prime cuts with the right recipes