KINILAW, A PHILIPPINE CUISINE OF FRESHNESS
$14.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Algere, Edilberto N. & Fernandez, Doreen G.
Makati, Metro Manila: Bookmark, 1991. 133 p. Softcover
“This is more than just another food book. The chapters of the book encompass Kinilaw totally: its culture, its sensuality, its story, its art, its essence. This indigenous cuisine is at least a thousand years old, is available throughout the Philippines, and features fish, shellfish, crustaceans, meat, vegetables, fruits, and seaweed. A delightful guide to pleasures distinctly Philippine.” - Bookmark Trade List 1993
KULINARYA: A GUIDEBOOK TO PHILIPPINE CUISINE
$28.50 [3 CPS.]
Edited by: Michaela Fenix
Metro Manila: Asia Society Philippine Foundation and Anvil. Publishing, 2008. 240 p. ; Illustrated. Includes Glossary, Index and Acknowledgements. Softcover
FLAVORS OF THE PHILIPPINES: A CULINARY GUIDE TO THE BEST OF THE ISLANDS
$20.50 [OUT OF STOCK]
Barreto, Glenda Rosales
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 2006, 2009. 111 p. ; Illustated (colors). Softcover
PHILIPPINE FOOD & LIFE
$22.75 [10 COPIES]
Cordero-Fernando, Gilda, Drawings by Manuel D. Baldemor
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc. 1992. 193 p. ; Illustrated. Softcover
“… the story of food and how people live in the countryside.” - Back cover. This classic is still in print.
LET’S COOK WITH NORA
$21.00 [1 CP.]
Daza, Nora V., Improved edition
Mandaluyong City: National Book Store, 1969, 2008. 194 p. ; Illustrated. Includes Calorie Chart of Common Foods, Weights and Measures and Index. Softcover
From cover: “A treasury of Filipino, Chinese and European dishes … kitchen tested by by Ms. Daza.”
A CULINARY LIFE: PERSONAL RECIPE COLLECTION
$15.00 [1 CP.]
Daza, Nora V. with Michaela Fenix
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 2004. 171 p. Index appended. Softcover
THE PHILIPPINE COOKBOOK
$25.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
De Guzman, Virginia Roces & Puyat, Nina Daza, 2nd ed.
Makati City: Bookmark, Inc., 2000. 123 p. ; Illustrated. Includes index. Softcover
POPULAR RECIPES OF THE PHILIPPINES
$15.50 [OUT OF STOCK]
Del Fierro, Norrie
Mandaluyong City: National Book Store,1986, 2009. 172 p. ; Illustrated (some color). Includes Glossary. Softcover
PINOY VEGETARIAN COOKBOOK: 60 RECIPES EVEN NON-VEGETARIANS WOULD LOVE
$8.25 [1 CP.]
Dy-Zulueta, Dolly T. & Dy, Susana T.
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc., 2011. 105 p. ; Illustrated ; Color photographs. Includes Acknowledgements. Softcover
TIKIM: ESSAYS ON PHILIPPINE FOOD AND CULTURE
$15.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Fernandez, Doreen G.
Pasig City: Anvil Publishing, 1994. 255 p. Softcover
Recipes in this book are brought together to provide a taste of Philippine food — its dishes, flavors, books, feasts, people, places, and history.
FILIPINO FAMILY COOKBOOK
$8.50 [1 CP.]
Edited by Eva S. Villanueva & Eunice B. Poethig.
Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1972. 96 p. Softcover
This recipe book is not done by the expert cooks but by every-day equipped kitchen cooks. Consists of family recipes (hand-me-downs) and many taken from other cookbooks. Each contributor has made every effort to simplify cooking in the home.
THE COCONUT COOKERY OF BICOL
$29.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
General, Honesto C.
Metro Manila: Bookmark, Inc. 1994, 124 p. Illustrated. Softcover
Recipes of those dishes which are distinctly Bicolano — the dishes that use coconut milk.
THE LITTLE INIHAW & PANCIT BOOK
$6.50 [OUT OF STOCK]
Pasig City: Anvil. Publishing, 1999. 40 p. Softcover
Recipes from the Pinoy Classic Cuisine series.
FILIPINO COOKING HERE AND ABROAD
$10.50 [2 CPS.]
Laquian, Eleanor & Sobreviñas, Irene
Mandaluyong City, National Book Store, 1977, 2005. 194 p. Includes Basic Cooking Terms and Recipe Index. Softcover Newsprint
” … A cookbook designed for Filipinos and foreigners alike …”
FILIPINO COOKING AND ENTERTAINING HERE AND ABROAD
$25.00 [1 CP.]
Mandaluyong City, National Book Store, 2005, 2006. 334 p. Softcover
CAFE BY THE RUINS: MEMORIES AND RECIPES
$24.75 [3 CPS.]
Lia Llamado, Adelaida Lim & Feliz Perez
Metro Manila: Anvil. Publishing, 2008. 192 p. ; B & W Photographs and Illustrations. Softcover
The subtitle says it all: Memories and recipes from the one-of-a-kind restaurant in Baguio City.
EL COMEDOR: MEALS AND MEMORIES FEATURING THE RECIPES OF LOURDES P. DEL ROSARIO
$11.00 [1 CP.]
Marilen & Tina Lopez, Compilers
Pasig City, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 2004. 162 p. ; Illustrated. Includes Glossary. Softcover
SARAP! ALL-TIME PINOY FAVORITES
$6.50 [1 CP.]
Quezon City: PSICOM Publishing, 2003. 96 p. ; Illustrated. Includes Index. Softcover
Provides over one hundred recipes.
TIKIM! ALL-TIME PINOY FAVORITES
$6.50 [2 CPS.]
Quezon City: PSICOM Publishing, 2004. 96 p. ; Illustrated. Includes Index. Softcover
Provides over one hundred recipes.
THE BAGUIO STRAWBERRY COOKBOOK
$10.00 [2 CPS.]
Perez, Adelaida Lim & Pobanz, Nancy
Makati, Metro Manila: Bookmark, 1991. 150 p. Softcover
This book provides recipes, stories, lore, and a touch of Baguio culture.
QUICK N EASY ALL TIME FAVORITE RECIPES V.2
$16.50 [2 CPS.]
Cubao, Quezon City: Atlas Publishing, 2010. Various pagings ; Illustrated. Includes Weekly Menu and Cooking Terms.
Covers deserts and snacks, breakfast and baon treats, soups and breads, Chinese meals, and budget kakanin.
RECIPES OF THE PHILIPPINES
$13.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Compiled and edited by Enriqueta Davi-Perez
Mandaluyong City: National Bookstore, 1953, 2008. 170 p. ; illustrated; b & w and color photographs. Includes Glossary. Softcover
A collection of recipes with a general appeal.
MAKE GOOD MONEY WITH MALUNGGAY
Salonga, Day and Urbano, Mon
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, Inc., 2013. 62 pp, Softcover
This book contains a winning formula for the home-based business. Because of the growing demand for wellness products that are healthy, natural and affordable, the nutritional benefits derived from malunggay are explored in this book. The authors took the initiative to formulate, kitchen test and promote malunggay rich recipes that are designed for small home-based business.
THE MALUNGGAY BOOK, HEALTHY & EASY-TO-DO RECIPES
Salonga, Day and Urbano, Mon
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, Inc. , 2013. 70 pp Softcover
This book is all about the wonders of this “miracle plant” that is both food and health-and-wellness supplement. The recipes in this book do not just feature malunggay, but a personal testimony from the author-chefs who made sure that the dishes presented are not only nutritious but also delicious.
THE ADOBO BOOK, TRADITIONAL AND JAZZED-UP RECIPES
Alejandro, Reynaldo Gamboa and Reyes-Lumen, Nancy
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, Inc. 2004. 215 pp Softcover
This is a collection of adobo recipes and assorted essays, trivia and cooking techniques on the subject.
KUSINA NI LOLA AFRIC
Anton, Edna Reynoso and Baclagon-Borrero, Susie
130 pp, Softcover, newsprint
This is collection of recipes from Africa Valdes-Reynoso or Lola Afric.
RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT 101, THE PRACTICAL GUIDE TO OPENING AND MANAGING A RESTAURANT
Reynoso-Anton, Edna and Gonzalez, Rosanna
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, Inc. 2010. 116 pp. Softcover, Newsprint
The book provides a sneak preview of the best-kept secrets from the owners and managers of the most successful chains of solo and family-owned fast food restaurants in the country. The book contains all the basics in restaurant management from those who are familiar with both theoretical and hands-on experience of running a restaurant.
THE REYNOSO FLAIR, 80 YEARS OF LOLA AFRICS COOKING
Reynoso, Africa Valdes
Baguio City: ERA Publishing Center, 2005. 139 pp. Softcover
“Food shared and enjoyed, remembered and savored, but also created, slaved over, tested, and perhaps discarded when less than successful. There’s lots of food in this volume, many years worth of recipes that have filled the bellies of family, friends and thousands of satisfied customers. Food is supposed to be what this book is all about, but it is food from the creative mind, sensitive palate, busy hands and generous heart of Africa Valdes Reynoso, whose life story is told in this gathering of recipes and recollections. Lola Afric’s life is thus shared with readers through much more than words. Her recipes allow us to know her more intimately through the medium she preferred to use to convey her feelings, her regard for her loved ones, guests and customers. And if the testimonials are any gauge, it’s obvious Lola Afric has been paid back for he efforts with love and respect, esteem and gratitude, and enough fond memories to fill a book even bigger than this.” Rina Jimenez David
PHILIPPINE CAKES, PASTRIES AND KAKANIN
Yap, Aurelia Miranda
Manila: McEnRho Books, 2003. 108 pp. Softcover
This is a collection of recipes from Aurelia Miranda Yap, who received a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003 for her invaluable contribution to the baking industry of the Philippines during the last 50 years. Among her successful students are Clarita and Milagros Leelin of Goldilocks and Tessie Mercado-Moran of Red Ribbon.