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Relish rib-eye with a Filipino kick

By Phil Lempert – Chef Drey Roxas shares his recipe for bistek, a Filipino specialty. This recipe for bistek — a traditional Filipino dish — was “stolen with permission” from Chef Drey Roxas of Palencia in San Francisco.

Melting pot

Multicultural flavors define Filipino fare By Kerry J. Byrne Filipino food is the original fusion fare. “There are a lot of influences,” said Jervin Erasquin, chef-owner of JnJ Turo-Turo in Quincy, Greater Boston’s lone Filipino restaurant. “It’s part Spanish, American, Chinese, Thai and Malaysian.” Beef, pork or fish (typically smoked Read more »

Pinoys going nuts over newest 'quick food'

By Aurelio A. Peña – Kwek, kwek, kwek! If that sounds like a duck, you’re right. But it’s also the name of that newest street delicacy “kwek-kwek” that’s taking this part of the country by storm.

Sushi takes on an international flavor

Breaking the mold: Santos Villanueva, right, plates sushi with Henry Soto, left, at Tako Grill in Bethesda, Md., where six out of seven chefs are from Central America. Owner Terry Segawa invites Japanese chefs to his restaurant to teach the skills his employees need. By Jerry Shriver – Sushi Read more »

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