Special Philippine Cooking Utensils
This Month's Film: Imelda: Power, Myth, Illusion
As best I can tell, Filipino cuisine requires no special cookware. Of course, any meal is always easier to prepare with modern conveniences such as an electric rice cooker and grill, both of which I have. And I will probably use my tabletop hot plates to keep some of the dishes warm throughout the meal. But other than that, I think my set of non-stick cookware, plus my wok will serve me just fine for this meal.
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