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Jollibee delivers: OFWs can now send burgers from Dubai

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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.

In summer, a taste of home

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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.

“Proud Harvest” veggie-enriched canton noodles to hit TN outlets

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Vegetable-enriched pancit canton noodles with product label “Proud Harvest” will soon be made available at “Tindahan Natin” outlets, initially in CAR, Regions I, II, and NCR after its launching on July 30, 2008.

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

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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’

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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.