Cheese the season to be jolly!
Christmas is fast approaching and U.S. dairy deliciousness is ready to be savored this holiday season. With just a few clicks, you can enter the world of The Dairy Kitchen by Real California Milk to choose mouthwatering dishes delivered to your doorstep.
The Dairy Kitchen by Real California Milk is a special online food delivery project from Real California Milk-Philippines. A selection of distinguished Filipino chefs has been specially chosen to create dishes using products made with California dairy. California is the U.S.’s leading producer of milk, butter, ice cream, yogurt, and other dairy products, having some of the best dairy farms in the country.
If you’re ready to dig into some sumptuous creations, or if you’re working on finishing that Christmas gift list, then follow these fabulous chefs on social media now.
Chef JV Bautista of Hogwings House of Griddle has stirred up his passion for fusion to create the 12-inch Goody Pizza and the 10-inch Porker Quesadilla. The Goody Pizza is a thin-crust pizza topped with tomato sauce, olive oil, basil, orange cheddar, mozzarella, and Vigan longganisa. For the Porker Quesadilla, he made soft flour tortillas nice and crisp and filled them with 8-hours slow-cooked pulled pork, pan-roasted peppers, and melted cheddar.
Meantime, Sourdough Café and Mono Wine Café’s Chef Alvin Ong has thought of the perfect food gifts. You might even want to order them for yourself. First up is the Solo Cheese Can, a ribboned graze box filled with two types of California cheeses, salami, jam, nuts, and other accouterments. For a price, you can even add on a bottle of Italian wine.
There’s also the Cheese Fondue dip made with California cheese, chorizo, and beer that comes with a demi-baguette. Or try his Tirokroketes, Greek cheese croquettes made with California cheddar, mozzarella, and feta. This one comes with a yummy yogurt dip. Chef Alvin has also made a twist dubbed the Kwahsaimada, Filipino-inspired cronuts converted into ensaymada then topped with California cheddar.
Over at Ome Japanese Café, Chef Gerevic Orocio sought to deliver pleasurable Japanese dining with a touch of California dairy. He has created three dishes: Udon Carbonara, Japanese Omurice, and Chicken and Cheese Katsu. His unique take on carbonara features udon noodles with applewood-smoked bacon, poached egg, and homemade California milk ricotta. For the omurice, a creamy Japanese omelet is topped on chahan rice with California cheddar. His extraordinary katsu is made of chicken and California mozzarella fried in panko and served with homemade tonkatsu sauce and shredded cabbage.
Chef Markus Patimo of Happy Tummies knows a lot about spreading happiness. For the Dairy Kitchen, he’s created two varieties of Stuffed Squash Blossoms. One is stuffed with orange cheddar and cream cheese and served with mixed berries compote, while another has cheesy pork filling served with plum sauce.
His second offering is Cheese Bacon Scones, golden on the outside and tender and flaky inside, with cheddar cheese and bacon spread. Perfect for serving with some jam or cream cheese.
Ready to order? Follow these participating chefs on social media. Your food orders will be with you in no time. For more information visit www.realcaliforniamilk.ph/the–dairy-kitchen/ or like and follow Real California Milk-Philippines on Facebook and Instagram. The Dairy Kitchen by Real California Milk runs from October 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021.
As a bonus, Real California Milk thermal bags will be given away:
* for a minimum order of Php 500 of any of the special dishes at Hogwings House of Griddle
* for a minimum order of Php 1,000 that includes any of the special dishes or an item with California Cheese at Sourdough Café and Mono Wine Café
*for a minimum order of Php 1,000 that includes any of the special dishes at Ome Japanese Cafe
*for every order of any of the special dishes at Happy Tummies
Wooow. Napaka mouth-watering naman po ng mga foods from The Dairy Kitchen by Real California Milk .. Naguumapaw sa CHEESE ! MUST TRY PO TALAGA ITO !
That looks delicious ? Nakakatakam naman ?