Recipes

Por­tuguese food pho­tog­ra­pher and stylist Su­sana Machado shares her per­sonal recipes

Philippine Tatler Homes - - CONTENTS - PHO­TOG­RA­PHY SU­SANA MACHADO/ SUVELLECUISINE.COM/ PHOTOFORPRESS.COM WORDS MIA BOR­ROMEO

Born and raised in Mafra, Por­tu­gal by her grand­mother who was known as the “vil­lage baker,” it comes as no sur­prise that Su­sana Machado’s pas­sion re­volves around food—styling, pho­tog­ra­phy and, of course, the sheer plea­sure of eat­ing. A young mother of three, Machado is now the Cre­ative Di­rec­tor of Su­velle Cui­sine. She ad­mits to find­ing ways to tweak recipes more of­ten than not, in or­der to in­clude an in­ter­na­tional twist that makes them more in­ter­est­ing. Her main con­cern is pri­mar­ily the qual­ity of in­gre­di­ents that she puts on her ta­ble. She is al­ways on the look out for cre­ative and beau­ti­ful recipes that eas­ily ap­peal to most. Af­ter all, "food is, in my opin­ion, a way of show­ing how much we love oth­ers," Machado says. For this En­ter­tain­ing Is­sue of Philip­pine Tatler Homes, Machado shares a few per­sonal recipes for easy-to-pre­pare dishes, both savoury and sweet, that are sure to de­light your next set of guests at home.

Machado's cheese­cake with berries coulis and sparkling blue­berry wine

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FROM TOP Mak­ing ravi­oli from scratch; Su­sana Machado

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