In the early days the quest for good food and spices has been the primary motivation to explore the world. Had it been not for the promise of good spices, the Philippines would had not been what it is right now.
If food is your motivation to travel, this book shall be your bible with Claude Tayag and Mary Ann Quioc as your eager Filipino food missionaries. They’ll not only take you to the most common traditional dishes of Manila, Cebu and Pampanga but also in off the beaten track like Marinduque.
This best selling book is now on its second edition and is set to conquer Cebuano foodies. Second edition copies are now available in National Bookstore for only 395 pesos.
This is a must read for travelers who are keen on a more immersive experience with the locals through their dishes. Get to know their abundant and unique local produce as well as their distinctive and remarkable preparation that would trace back to their culture and history.
Got my copy signed by the authors themselves.
The book is perfect as gift for your traveller friend too.