adobo beets with atsara and coconut lemongrass rice
Adobo can be meatless, too. Just ask this home ‘kewk’

Instagram food account @ahomekewk, created by our former publisher Bea Ledesma—of chefs- and stars-approved veggie burger fame—is not a one-dish wonder. In a new collab with long-time friend and chef Miko Calo, A Home Kewk takes on adobo made meatless

sinigang versions
These sinigang versions are next on our must-cook list

These unconventional sinigang versions are here when you want to try something new

meal delivery services
Easing into a new diet? These expert-approved meal delivery services can help

It’s hard to commit to a certain diet, but not as much when you have an entire team preparing the meals for you

eggs stacked in a row with one in the middle cracked to expose the yolk
All you need is egg: The easiest and most flavorful recipes that are not sunny side up

Egg is the bridesmaid of ingredients. Often it’s a sidekick with just enough punch to support the main event. Not in these recipes

melon and coconut sherbet
This vegan sherbet will remind you of your favorite childhood melon and buko refreshments

No need to worry about your sherbet melting in transit, too. Balai Sorbetes delivers via freezer truck

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Does it matter what oil I use for cooking?

If you’re like us—a.k.a. you love experimenting with all sorts of dishes in the kitchen—then yes

No weekend meal plans? Have dinner delivered from Futur:st’s pop-up

Sinigang salad, langka bistek, and palitaw pudding are on the menu for this weekend’s Futur:st distance dining pop-up event

In defense of durian: The ‘smelly’ king of fruits everyone wants to exile

The durian is often described as a fruit that “smells like hell, but tastes like heaven.” It’s also something everyone should try *at least* twice

Hate washing dishes? You’ll love these one-pot recipes

Whether you’re craving pasta, chicken, or beef, all of these recipes happen in a single pot

These Asian grocers probably have the rare ingredient you’re looking for

It’s practically impossible to find stuff like ghee, dried kombu, or fermented tofu in regular supermarkets. These online grocers might carry them, though