Our Cookbook

See you at our AUTHOR EVENT/BOOK SIGNING with food demo and enjoy some food samples, too!

DECEMBER 21, SATURDAY, 6:30 pm at the Forum at Fully Booked (BGC). Bring your family and friends!

I’m going to be an AUTHOR!!! Can you believe this? On June 11, 2019 our cookbook entitled RICE. NOODLES. YUM. (Everyone’s Favorite Southeast Asian Dishes) is coming out! But you don’t have to wait until then to order because you can do so right now!  Hope you check it out – 75 delicious tried and tested rice and noodle dishes, savory and sweet all in full color!

GET IT HERE ➡️ Amazon > https://goo.gl/zk7XWX
Barnes & Noble > https://goo.gl/QYXWTz
Book-A-Million > https://goo.gl/QYQxGH
IndieBound – https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781624147715

With a variety of authentic popular fried rice dishes, noodle favorites like Pad Thai, Pansit, Pho Bo, Mie Goreng and so much more, plus the yummiest street food and sweet treats – this cookbook has a recipe for everyone! It’s like traveling to South East Asia without having to leave home.

Here’s what PUBLISHERS WEEKLY has to say about our book:

Manila Spoon blogger Raines delivers on her promise of flavorful dishes built around noodles and rice. Raines offers such popular standbys as pad Thai, pad see ew, pho, and fresh spring rolls, but offers plenty of surprises. There’s moo sarong, a visually impressive dish of fried pork meatballs wrapped in noodles; serabi, Indonesian coconut pancakes drizzled with a coconut caramel sauce (rice flour is the titular connection); and soto ayam, a rich and restorative chicken noodle soup with turmeric and ginger. Raines includes cultural mashups, such as beringhe, a Filipino riff on classic Spanish paella that incorporates turmeric, coconut milk, fish sauce, chorizo, and raisins; a craveable mee goreng mamak (egg noodles in a sweet and spicy sauce) from Kuala Lumpur; rice noodles with curried beef gravy (“the Asian version of the Italian classic spaghetti and meatballs”); and carioca, a Filipino treat of fried sticky rice balls in a coconut caramel sauce. Raines’s instructions are clear, and nearly all ingredients are easily sourced. This is an outstanding assembly of dishes, and a book sure to get plenty of use.” (June) Read the review here.

Want to see what the book looks like inside out? Each recipe has a full-color photo of the finished dish!

Check out what the book has to offer. Let me know and shoot me a message at – abigailsotto@yahoo.com – if you have any questions. Would love to hear from you!!! Thank you for all your support.