Marnette Federis | KCET
Marnette Federis is multimedia journalist who has had stints as a reporter, videographer and web producer at traditional print outlets, digital-only publications, television and radio. Her work has been published in the Seattle Times, Reuters and Washingtonpost.com. Marnette has a masters degree from the UC Berkeley School of Journalism.
Post date: 2017-12-06T11:31:29-08:00
KCET visits a cafeteria, a firehouse kitchen and a school for the Coast Guard’s culinary specialists to learn what it’s like to cook in unique settings.
Post date: 2017-09-27T09:02:41-07:00
Ube, or Filipino yam, is popping up all over the internet and on restaurant menus throughout the United States. Filipino chefs and bakers, who have been using the flavor in cooking, say it’s a sign that Filipino cuisine is here to stay.
Post date: 2017-07-13T10:15:20-07:00
Ensaymadas are a decadent, handmade Filipino brioche bread made from yeast, butter, sugar and grated cheese. Now, the Ensaymada Project has made some modern flavor tweaks to the Filipino recipe, topping it with unusual, globally-inspired flavors.