After cooking with D-Lang, I now have more respect for the people that make the egg rolls and spring rolls at Chinese stores. Yesterday I had to roll up like 50 spring rolls (Lumpia Shanghai and Lumpia Galay) and it was a lot of work! Overall I enjoyed learning from him. I didn't know he knew so much about cooking!
Yesterday was my first time ever having Filipino food. I was surprised that I liked it because I am always told that I am a picky eater. The food was really good especially the lumpias or also known as egg rolls. I am really excited to cook this for my family so I can have more Filipino food.
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What a awesome time we had yesterday !! I learned so much that will benefit me in the future . The food was great and I ate so much food, what a great experience . I also got a chance to know D- Lang much better he's a great person who has a passion in cooking .
Our cooking experience with D-Lang was a great one. I am friends with a few Filipino people and saw a little bit of their cooking but the experience of cooking with D-Lang opened my eyes to the real culinary culture that the people in the Philippines have. Overall it was a great time with a great person.
Cooking we Dlang showed me how a culture with not so much money could make such amazing food with the ingredients they can obtain. I've never had Pilipino food before and with the experience I had with Dlang yesterday I can say it is amazing! I hope I can repeat what we did yesterday when I go home. Chinito for life!
It was my first experience with Filipino cuisine and it was wonderful. The planning of the meal was very organized with everything timed perfectly. The meat was tender and didn't even need a knife to cut it. There was a sweet and savory element to the cooking and I enjoyed it.
Yesterday was the first time that I have eaten, and cooked Filipino food. It was a new experience for me, the ingredients that we used in cooking were all familiar to me, but we used them in ways that I have never thought in using them in. You might think Filipino food was manly fish but we didn't use any seafood, it was mostly vestibules, pork, and rice. Dlang explained to the class that most of Filipino food is simple and affordable to make so its easy to make peaty much any ware.