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Pulmuone Foods USA, bigger than you think

(Guest blog by Allen Taylor)

I have to admit that I was unfamiliar with Pulmuone until I was contacted by their PR. I was hired to attend their event and photograph the dishes that would be created that night. Little did I know Pulmuone was about to surprise me with the food and company as the night progressed.  A couple of weeks later while shopping at H Mart, Wendy and realized we have bought many of Pulmuone’s products. We just never realized who the manufacturer was.  🙂

(Photos by Allen Taylor Photography)

The evening began with a warm welcome from Liana Miller, Founder & CEO at The Engaged Group who introduced Patrick Lemoine, President of Pulmuone Foods USA. Mr. Lemoine shared Pulmuone Food’s history and their philosophy of providing authentic wholesome foods featuring the highest quality, all natural ingredients. He then introduced the chef for the evening, Nathaniel Nguyen. Nathaniel is the Executive Chef at The Prince & Pantry and is known for his creative flavor pairings.



For the first entree, Chef Nguyen demonstrated how easy it was to prepare and cook the Crispy Baked Ravioli with Onederful White Cream Dipping Sauce and Aioli Dipping Sauce. (Featuring Monterey Gourmet Foods Spinach & Cheese Ravioli, Wildwood Onederful Tofu). So easy and yet full of flavor.



The second item was also pasta, but served and prepared in a different and equally delicious way. The Five Cheese Ravioli with Meatless Bolognese (Featuring Monterey Gourmet Foods Five Cheese Ravioli, Wildwood Meatless Crumbles) were simply delicious. I loved the cheese and  shockingly for me, a guy who loves meat, the sauce was wonderfully tasty and paired very well with the ravioli.


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Next was a detailed and informative demonstration on preparing Spicy Chicken Empanades (Featuring FitPatties-Tangy Chipotle). Chef Nguyen showed how he took one product and creatively used it in a new way. By breaking down the FitPatties (a blend of all natural chicken and vegetable protein) to a ground, it now became the perfect filling. Using pie dough as the shell, he quickly filled them with the meat, vegetables, seasoning, and folded each. Once again I was surprised at how much I enjoyed these. Throughout the evening, I was a little skeptical (you would think I would learn faster) about each item, but time and again was pleasantly surprised every time.



The next item demonstrated was Lemon Custard (featuring Wildwood Onederful Tofu).  A wonderful light and tasty treat topped off with fresh strawberries.



Last and not least in any way was the Banana Cream Pie Milkshake (Featuring Wildwood Onederful Tofu). Mmm bananas,… milkshake… words I love, but tofu (as much as I have had it in my adult life) still makes me pause. Some habits can be hard to break.  And so, again, foolishly I was a bit hesitant. However, one sip and I was sold-why yes more please. A delightful and refreshing drink to end the meal.



A huge thank you to everyone at Pulmuone for having me and others as their guests for this unique and fun event. With specials thanks to Chef Nathaniel Nguyen (everything tasted wonderful).   I had a blast!

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  • Michelle Kwon - August 8, 2014 - 9:50 am

    It looks familiar but im not 100% sure. I shop at asian markets often, so its highly likelyReplyCancel

    • wendy - August 8, 2014 - 4:52 pm

      Michelle, I bought their products at H-Mart and didn’t even know it because I didn’t pay attention to the maker before. I recently bought more tofu soup seasoning and realized Pulmuone was the maker! Thanks so much for stopping by!ReplyCancel

  • Diane @ The Episodic Eater - August 8, 2014 - 10:03 am

    Yes! I’ve tried the Wildwood tofu pastas, and my favorite is the spinach noodles!ReplyCancel

    • wendy - August 8, 2014 - 4:50 pm

      I’ve bought many of their non vegetarian products and didn’t even know it. I would have to look up the spinach noodles next time. Sounds delicious! Thanks for the comment!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Wolfe - August 8, 2014 - 10:33 am

    That food looks incredible!! I love the Five Cheese Ravioli with Meatless Bolognese because it looks absolutely amazing & seems like an easy recipe to cook. Will have to try that one out for sure. Beautiful photos!ReplyCancel

    • wendy - August 8, 2014 - 4:44 pm

      Allen usually doesn’t like ‘vegetarian’ stuff and he was so surprised at how good they were! Thank you so much for stopping by!ReplyCancel

  • Anna - August 8, 2014 - 10:50 am

    OMG…that ravioli looks AMAZE!

    The food looks so delicious…and your photos take it up 10 notches!

    I just had breakfast…you’d think I wouldn’t be hungry already.

    This did it! Haha.

    🙂 AnnaReplyCancel

    • wendy - August 8, 2014 - 4:43 pm

      Awww, thank you, Anna!ReplyCancel

  • Denise Taylor-Dennis - August 16, 2014 - 3:36 pm

    I have not tried their products before.ReplyCancel

  • Bernice - April 17, 2017 - 11:18 pm

    This is a good read. I find this recipe interesting & tasty.ReplyCancel

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