Tag Archives: Chef Gene Gonzalez

Princess Cake
(Chef Gene Gonzalez for The Maya Kitchen)

ONCE upon a time, there was a town called Sulipan in Pampanga which was quite famous for being the favorite place for foreigners to dock, go down their ship and trade with the locals. It was actually during the turn … Continue reading

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Pan de Putok
(Chef Gene Gonzalez for ‘Philippine Breads’)

PAN DE PUTOK. It’s one of the most common types of breads that can be found in bakeries aside from Pan De Sal, Pan de Coco, Pan de Limon, Kababayan, Monay, Pan De Red (also known as Pan De Regla) … Continue reading

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Chef Gene Gonzalez Launches
‘Philippine Breads’ Cookbook

BREADS play a very important role in Philippine culinary history. This is because each province, each region in the country has its own local breads. There are so many different kinds of heirloom breads in the country that, if you … Continue reading

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Masflex KitchenPro Launches
the Gene Gonzalez Knife Collection

GOOD news to professional chefs, culinary students, cooking enthusiasts and homemakers who have been wanting to invest on a good set of knives but find imported ones too expensive: Masflex KitchenPro has finally launched its Culinary Knife Collection designed and … Continue reading

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And the Grand Champion
of FLAVORS Culinary Challenge 2013 Is…

HAD a long and tiring but very fulfilling day last Wednesday, October 23, 2013, when FLAVORS Magazine, which I’m a part of, staged the 10th edition of its annual culinary competition, FLAVORS Culinary Challenge 2013, at the Event Center of … Continue reading

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