Filipino Food Movement Australia presents “SAHOG”

A new series of FILIPINO FOOD COOKING WORKSHOPS focussing on Philippine Recipes loved by Filipinos across the world.      

When:  29 February 2020
Where:   Paddy’s Kitchen at Haymarket, 9-13 Hay St Haymarket, Sydney NSW 2000
Time:  2 sessions / 11.00am and 2.00pm 
Cost:  $20 + booking fees

Tickets are available to purchase on Event Brite.   

The Filipino Food Movement Australia presents “SAHOG”. A new series of Filipino Food Cooking Workshops curated by the Filipino Food Movement Australia Inc. is coming to Paddy’s Kitchen Haymarket Sydney! “Sahog” is the Philippine term for Ingredients.

Mark your calendars and experience the undiscovered cuisine of the Philippines through a series of Cooking Workshops featuring the diverse culinary heritage from the 7,000 islands of the country. Presented by different local Filipino Australians – from local chefs, cookbook authors, restaurant owners, food bloggers and expert home cooks from the Australian Philippine Community. 

Sahog – Ingredients

Each workshop will focus on different Philippine recipes much loved by Filipinos across the world. 

The New Series begins with a celebration of the Philippines National dish – ADOBO, presented by Anna Manlulo. Learn how easy it is to make your own Adobo at home! Set over two Workshop sessions on the 29th of February 2020, discover how Adobo can be varied and yet simple. During this workshop, you will experience four different Adobo versions, hear lots of tips and tricks about the basics of Adobo, be part of an Interactive Q&A and enjoy a ‘feast” sampling of all the freshly made dishes cooked. All the ingredients for the cooking workshop will be sourced locally through Paddy’s Haymarket producers.

Held in the newly installed Paddy’s Kitchen at Haymarket, this 2-hour Cooking Workshop event will show you how easy it is to impress the family with your new knowledge, recipe cards for each of the dishes cooked will be provided and you will go into a draw for a chance to win a dining voucher from a local Filipino restaurant. Limited event tickets available through Eventbrite. 

WHAT IS PHILIPPINE ADOBO?
Philippine adobo (from Spanish adobar: “marinade,” “sauce” or “seasoning”) is a popular Filipino dish and cooking process in Philippine cuisine that involves meat, seafood, or vegetables marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, and black peppercorns, which is browned in oil, and simmered in the marinade. It has occasionally been considered the unofficial national dish in the Philippines.

Chicken Adobo

ANNA MANLULO
Founder of the Filipino Food Movement Australian Chapter and also known as the Foodie behind Blog www.adobodownunder.blogspot.com. Her passion in Food led Anna to study Commercial Cookery in Sydney with experience in catering and food demonstrations during her time as consultant for Thermomix. Anna’s drive and advocacy for Philippine cuisine is an inspiration to those around her in the community. 

ABOUT FILIPINO FOOD MOVEMENT AUSTRALIA

The Filipino Food Movement Australia is a registered non-profit organisation composed of passionate foodies, business owners and community members who embrace the Filipino heritage and its unique culinary ancestry. Its mission is to champion Filipino food and culture into mainstream, and to create broader awareness and appreciation of The Philippines’ culinary heritage through education, social networking and collaboration. 

Follow Filipino Food Movement Australia: 

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Instagram  www.instagram.com/filipinofoodmovementau/
Website   www.filipinofoodmovementaustralia.org/

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Photo Creds: FFMA

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