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Chef Tanya Dizon At The Maya Kitchen

Experience a Filipino culinary journey on May 30, 9am-1pm at The Maya Kitchen as Chef Tanya Dizon of XO46 Bistro demonstrates how to cook local specialties from the Visayas.

XO46 Bistro is known for its degustacion menus, and its play on local dishes by adding unique twists to make the dish much more delectable.


PRESS RELEASE:

Extraordinary Pinoy Recipes from XO46 Heritage Bistro
at The Maya Kitchen
            XO46 Heritage Bistro takes you on a culinary trip around the Philippines on May 30, Saturday, 9am-1pm at The Maya Kitchen.

            Executive Chef Tanya Dizon will demonstrate Halang-Halang, a Visayan staple of chicken with coconut milk and turmeric; Pateros Express, an XO46 original dish of mixed sautéed seafood in salted egg sauce; Adobo Rice, classic fried rice with crispy adobo flakes and sauce; Sisig Fajitas, classic sisig wrapped in tortilla wrapper with fresh greens and kesong puti; Humba, a Visayan staple dish of stewed pork in soy sauce, vinegar and sugar; and Peanut Butter Turon with Salted Caramel and Ice Cream; banana peanut butter turon with salted caramel and ice cream.

            The name XO46 came from ‘extraordinary’ and the year that the United States relinquished its sovereignty over the Philippines and recognized the country’s independence.  

The restaurant continuously celebrate this memorable period in our history by featuring local dishes from all over the country with a unique twist. 

It is a brainchild of husband and wife restaurateurs Andrew Masigan and Sandee Siytangco-Masigan inspired by heritage dishes from both of their families.

XO46 is also known for its Degustaćion Menus like ‘Philippines on a Plate,’ a 10-course presentation of dishes from the Spanish and American colonial eras; ‘The Future of Philippine Cuisine,’ a 6-course meal that foretells how our cuisine will evolve in the next 100 years; and ‘Philippine Presidential Cuisine,’ a re-creation of state dinners hosted by the Malacañang Palace.

XO46 Heritage Bistro branches are located at Le Grand Condominium, Valero St., Salcedo Village Makati, Century Mall and Capitol Commons.

For more information on this and on other courses offerings, log on to www.themayakitchen.com  e-mailcontactus@themayakitchen.com  or visit The Maya Kitchen Culinary Center every Tuesday to Saturday on the 8/F  Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City or call 8921185 / 892-5011 local 108 / Mobile No. +63947 835 2290.

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