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Adobo sojourn of the chef on the hill part 3 -

“Passion”

by: Nikko  Gueco (Food Inc)

“… the best way through a woman’s heart is through her stomach… “  a classic cooking saying revised for the boys.

How many men have used cooking as means of impressing a girl  and how many women are captured because a man can cook.

One of the myths of cooking is a chefs cooking often reflects what he/she feels inside. to all of you who have cooked.  haven’t you
notice a difference in the food, you cooked when you have cooked it when you were in a good mood compared to the time when you have cooked it when you weren’t feeling right. i’am one the believers that cooking is a passion. its an impression of your inner most desires translated into this wonderful work of art that not only appeals to sense of smell and taste but into the depths of emotions when your guests eyes brighten as the food touches their tongues. its a connection thats is built as the guests devours your creation. cooking is an expression of the love you have inside of you.

And here’ss another friend of mine who is a chef. who is always in loved. Who is always ready to love and who’s is full of love. Sharing with us her passion. her cooking her love. her fully loaded of love hamburger mountain recipe. chef rye timbol from project 8 who now resides in calgary.

Fully Loaded Hamburger Mountain

by Chef  Rye Timbol

Ingredients:
4 tbsp oil
4 clovesgarlicchopped
1  onion chopped
2tspanatto powder (atsuette)
1carrotcubed
1stalkcelerychopped
3 lbs lean ground pork
2 lbs lean ground beef
salt or fish sauce
pepper
1red bell peppercubed
1green bell peppercubed
1small bagsultana raisins
3 pcsplantains  (sagging na saba)  fried and sliced to 1 inch slices
8cpseggshardboiled

Procedure:
Saute garlic, onion and Mama Sita’s Atsuete in oil, then put carrots and celery. Then  add ground pork and ground beef saute 15 to 20mins or until meat changes it’s color. Salt and pepper to taste then put sultana raisins, bell pepper and 1/2 a cup of water,  simmer for another 10 mins. Then add hard boiled eggs and plantains on top for garnish.









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