Lumpia and Ukoy Anyone?
June 27, 2017
Isn’t it amazing to think that a magazine could have a cover this quiet? But that was back in 1974, when Gourmet cost a cool 75 cents on the newsstand.
It was also a time when the food of the Philippines seemed wildly exotic. Today it’s all the rage – so if you’re in the mood for lumpia and empanadas, here are a few recipes.
fritters in batches spooning the hot oil over the top. Drain on paper towels.
Serve with a garlic and vinegar dipping sauce made by mashing a clove of grarli to a paste with 1 1/2 teaspoons of slat and blending in a quarter cup of white vinegar.
For those who have requested it, here is the entire article.
Categorised in: Vintage Books and Magazines
Thank you!!! Nothing beats “Gourmet.” I could build a foundation with my old copies and how I miss it!