By Mons Romulo-Tantoco – I can never survive on long trips abroad without having Filipino food. After a few days, I crave for sinigang na hipon and adobo. With our passion for eating, our country has produced world-class chefs here and abroad — some of them have even worked Read more »
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By Dino-Ray Ramos – For many, taking away meat from the diet of the meat-centric Filipino culture is like taking away their affection for karaoke and San Miguel beer. But vegetarian chef Jay-Ar Pugao has put these presumptions to rest with No Worries Catering, a business that caters (pun intended) Read more »
By Zinnia De La Peña – Imagine Jollibee meals delivered to your door as a gift from Tatay in Dubai. That’s the beauty of virtual pasalubong: Jollibee Yum, Champ, palabok fiesta and peach mango pie delivered to you even if she’s a thousand miles away.
LOCAL FILIPINO IMMIGRANTS GROW, SHARE THEIR PRODUCE By Jessie Mangaliman – Mercury News – For Bay Area Filipino immigrants who want an authentic taste of home, the Western Pacific Oriental Grocery Store in Sunnyvale has long been a source for hard-to-find ingredients.