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Norma Olizon Chikiamco is a co-founder of Food Magazine, of which she was editor in chief for 12 years. She won first prize in the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature for her short story for children Pan de Sal Saves the Day, published by Tuttle Publishing. In addition she has won an Outstanding Journalism Award from the Australian-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce and a National Book Award from the Manila Critics Circle.
It's okay....It would be better if there were more pictures and also showed substitutes. I'd probably look into another bookPublished 6 months ago by Joy
The book was lost in transit during a move after I purchased it but I wasn't terribly disappointed. Could not quite picture the recipes materializing on my dinner table. Read morePublished 16 months ago by tourgirl
Full of recipes and memories for my wifes family. The recipes are great and easy to follow. A great addition to any cook book collection.Published 17 months ago by Jtown
Great little book, simple delicious dishes.. I am cooking my way thru page 1 to end. Must try them all.Published 20 months ago by Raymond Monk
This is a nice and quick read on filipino food. It is by far my favorite. I will caution that some ingredients are difficult to find, so substituting might be necessary at times.Published on August 22, 2013 by Melissa Estrella
I attend a Filipino church, and have tasted many Filipino dishes. This cookbook faithfully reproduces the food I have come to love. Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by John Merrill