About this Event
We're delighted to be welcoming Zosima Fulwell and Jacqueline Chio-Lauri to the shop to celebrate the release of their new cookbook WE COOK FILIPINO. Zosima and Jacqueline will be talking about the inspiration behind the book and telling stories about what Filipino food and food culture mean to them. There'll also be time for a little food tasting!
Doors: 18.30, event starts: 18.45
Tickets are £3.00 or free when pre-ordering a copy of the book. WE COOK FILIPINO will also be available to purchase on the night and Zosima and Jacqueline will be signing copies after the talk. If you would like a signed copy but cannot make the event, please contact us on 0161 274 3331 or [email protected] and we can arrange this for you.
About the book:
We Cook Filipino presents the extraordinary food culture of the Philippines in stories and recipes from 36 culinary trailblazers--award-winning chefs, food writers and social media stars from around the globe. They share with us not just their favorite recipes for classic Philippine dishes like adobo, sinigang and ginataan, but also their personal family stories about what Filipino food and food culture mean to them.
Along with insightful stories and 51 different recipes, readers will learn many tips and techniques to balance flavor and heart-health in your dishes, such as:
- How to use Filipino cooking methods to achieve bold flavors without adding extra sodium or sugars to your diet
- Preparing ingredients to retain the maximum amount of heart-healthy nutrients
- Managing your sodium intake while still using salt to heighten flavor
- Using heart-healthy tricks--like how to increase nutrient density and reduce the caloric value of a cup of white rice
- Quick methods brewing flavorful broths, whipping up no-fry crispy treats, and so much more!
The 51 delicious recipes in this book are not just "from the heart"--they are also "good for the heart"--specifically included for their health benefits. The result is a cookbook presenting food as something central to Filipino culture and emotional well-being as well as being nutritious and amazingly tasty!
About the authors:
Half Filipino and half English, Zosima Margaret Fulwell aka Cooking with Mama Z has been serving Filipino Food to the north west of England since 2017. Zosima is a founding member of the Filipino Food Movement UK. In 2022, she co-opened a Malaysian-Filipino café in Manchester called Yes Lah.
Jacqueline Chio-Lauri is editor and lead author of this book and the highly acclaimed The New Filipino Kitchen (2018). She is the author of upcoming picture books Mami King (2024) inspired by the story behind mami noodle soup, and The Hunger Fighter, the story behind banana ketchup. She lives in Manchester in the UK, her seventh country of residence.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Blackwell's Bookshop, 146 Oxford Road, Manchester, United Kingdom
GBP 3.00 to GBP 19.99