It seems not even a possible outbreak of swine flu could stop TIME Magazine from declaring “lechon”, a Philippine pork delicacy, as the “Best Pig” on its Best of Asia 2009 list.
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By Sunly Coo- Nothing appeared to faze Ilan Hall. With a few minutes left on the clock, he cracked a joke as he assembled a chicken-and-mashed taro dish in front of a live audience at Glorietta, courtesy of Ayala Malls. Sharing the same stage, Dale Talde methodically ladled spoonfuls Read more »
By MARK FOGGIN – IT’S the rare neighborhood of mom-and-pop shops that actually welcomes a fast-food joint. But for months, the Filipino-American community centered in Woodside, Queens New York, has been eagerly awaiting the opening of a Filipino food-chain restaurant called Jollibee, and describing its dishes in breathless, almost Read more »
By Perla Aragon-Choudhury – Amy Besa, a graduate of the Institute (now College) of Mass Communication in the early 1970s, returned to the University of the Philippines last Thursday to deliver a lecture but she did not touch on the media. Not at all.
By Therese Jamora-Garceau – Anthony Bourdain is the most rock-star of cable TV’s rock-star chefs. As host of the Discovery Travel & Living show No Reservations, he travels the world in search of hedonistic pleasures and extreme culinary adventures, to the point he’s been labeled the Indiana Jones of the Read more »