Red Apron: A Taste of the Philippines
Known as the unofficial national food, Adobo is among the favorites of Filipinos all over the world. Its name comes from the Spanish word adobar, which means to marinate. And for this dish, the marinade is the key.
It is said that Adobo speaks for the Philippine culture. And if you love Adobo but have no experience cooking it, Red Apron Academy will teach you how.
Chef Joy, Chef Instructor and partner
At Red Apron, as you can see, all the students will get to cook in their own cooking stations, own set of ingredients and equipments. We don't just let them watch. We want them to fully experience how it feels like to actually cook and before we start our lesson we go thru the ingredients first we read all the ingredients and we tell them the history of the ingredients or if a certain ingredients is not available we tell them what are the alternatives or maybe if they are allergic to it.
Located at Taguig City, this cooking school offers 56 different courses inspired by diverse international cuisines.
A student is expected to learn four dishes within four fun hours of cooking with the guidance of well-trained teachers.
One of the desserts that a student can learn is the Mango Jackfruit Crepe Brulee with Coconut Anglaise. It's an easy dessert for anyone with a sweet tooth.
Tonette Almazan, Owner and Managing Director
We hope that after spending a few hours with us, you'll be able to create great tasting dishes but more importantly, dishes that you can share with your loved ones.
Bond with your family or travel companions on your next trip by visiting Red Apron Academy.
Until next time, enjoy your travels!
For more info on affordable travels to the Philippines, call our 24/7 toll-free number 1-866-2-MANILA (626452).
You can check out the official Balitang America episode of Red Apron Cooking Academy here
You can also check out our videos of relaxing travel destinations and cozy hotels across the Philippines on our YouTube page for more fun, adventure-centric videos.