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MAYA Sweet 50: The 1960s

In celebration of The Maya Kitchen's 50th anniversary, here is the first in a series of videos, which highlight the lifestyle, and baking trends that swept the nation during the 1960s. Watch video on YouTube: https://www... [Read More]

10 Interesting Facts About The Maya Kitchen

The Maya Kitchen Culinary Arts Center is known to people of all ages, regardless of whether they are chefs or not. Through the years, it has shared the passion for the culinary arts to generations, and continues to do so... [Read More]

A Christmas Dinner Larry Would Love

“A good meal is one that satisfies all the senses. More than just looking good, it has to taste good…match the setting. More important for me, it should be enjoyed with someone.” — Larry J. CruzIn 1979, Larry J.C... [Read More]

Chef Cara Davis: European Food Made Simple

Our featured chef for the month of October, is none other than Ms. Cara Davis. A fresh face in the culinary arts scene, Cara has worked and apprenticed alongside world-renowned top chefs, at some of the most prestigious... [Read More]

Chef Martin Kaspar "A la Carte"

Chef Martin Kaspar is best known for the mouthwatering entrees and desserts that he has served at Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts, Byron Edsa Hotel and L'entrecote Corner Bar & Bistro, located at the Burgos Circle, B... [Read More]

BASIC CULINARY and BASIC BAKING Short Courses

4 Days BASIC CULINARY CourseDAY 1  1. Lecture:         Kitchen Organization        Hygiene and Sanitation        Food Contamination ... [Read More]

Re-imagining Filipino Food with Amy Besa

On August 30, Saturday, 9am-1pm, The Maya Kitchen presents Amy Besa, renowned Filipino food advocate, author and restaurateur. Besa will share her culinary discoveries from all over the Philippines, from the seeming... [Read More]