by Filipino American Association of Pittsburgh

"This impressive compilation that ranges from dishes appropriate for the most special of all occasions to everyday fare is so comprehensive that one quickly discovers it is the only cookbook a kitchen will need. Whether you are a food expert, a cooking enthusiast, or a beginner, this outstanding treasury of time-tested recipes is well worth the read, a must-have for every cookbook collection, and one that promises to merit continuous use for years to come."

– Dr. Anna V. A. Resurreccion, University of Georgia Professor of Food Science and Technology, a Fellow of the Institute of Food Technologists, and internationally renowned researcher and author of 2 best-selling books on the design, development and testing of food products.

This latest edition of "Cooking with the Filipinos of Pittsburgh, PA" commemorates the 50 years of the Filipino American Association of Pittsburgh's existence. The first three editions of collections of recipes generously shared by members of the association were compiled and edited by Antoinette G. Angeles, Ph.D. These cookbooks served as "ambassadors of goodwill" and were successful fund-raisers for the association. This edition includes the best recipes from past editions, plus new ones from the current membership, in an easier-to-use format.


Easy to follow recipes with ingredients listed in the order of use and simple and clear instructions.

600 + recipes and variations. Half are updated native Filipino recipes with over 100 entries for Desserts and Snacks, all using readily available ingredients and close substitutions to keep recipes as authentic as possible. Native Filipino recipes are easy to find in the grey pages.

An abundance of tips, from the most esoteric, like how to debone a chicken, to the most utilitarian, like various ways to cook rice.

The Philippine Nationality Room
All proceeds from the sale of this cookbook are designated for the construction of the Philippine Nationality Room at the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning, a memorial to the history, culture and people of the Philippines. This functioning classroom will be an addition to the existing 26 Nationality Rooms which attracts 40,000 visitors annually. For more information: www.pitt.edu/~natrooms

For Cookbook Orders and Questions: cookbook@thefaap.org

The Filipino American Association of Pittsburgh: www.thefaap.org

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