Kulinarya was started by a group of Filipino foodies living in Sydney, passionate about Filipino culture and its colourful cuisine. (Obviously, it’s expanded, since I live in the opposite side of the globe.) Each month, a new dish or theme is chosen and unveiled, often showcasing treasured family recipes.

But you don’t have to be a Filipino to join the Kulinarya Cooking Club. All you need is a love for food, and an interest in Filipino cuisine. Along the way, we hope that you, too, develop the same passion and love for Filipino food as we do.

If you are interested in joining the adventure, feel free to contact any of us. We’d love to hear from you!


Kulinarya Cooking Club roster

(in alphabetical order)


about me

I write, cook, play music, and make pictures. Not necessarily in that order. I was born and raised in the Philippines, and it shows. That means I eat rice with every meal, love my family like nobody's business, and firmly believe that avocados are best eaten with cream and sugar.

If you want to learn more about me, here are 43 things I'd like to do. Here's a little something about my name, in case you were wondering. Here are some other places you'll find me:

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The Ivory Hut: My Quick and Easy Chicken Adobo

Chicken adobo is the Filipino dish most people are familiar with. Here's my quick and easy version that requires minimal prep work and only one pan. Perfect for busy weeknights.

The Ivory Hut: Homemade Nutella Baking Chips

Yes, I made my own chocolate chips. Nutella chocolate chips, to be exact. Then I made cookies. Lots of cookies.

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One summer night in 2010, our house burned to the ground and we lost everything we had. This is the story of what happened and how life and hope can always rise from ashes.