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Balút in an eggshell

By Claude Tayag – I received this email from Fernando “Butch” Nakpil-Zialcita, PhD, a professor of Cultural Anthropology who heads the Cultural Heritage Studies Program at the Ateneo de Manila University. I’ve had the pleasure of dining and conversing with him many a time regarding Filipino cuisine and the Read more »

‘Bizarre Foods’ host sees Pinoy food fad in US

“Bizarre Foods” host Andrew Zimmern is predicting Filipino cuisine to be the next big thing among American diners. Zimmern made the prediction an interview with the website of the US morning show “Today,” which was published on Tuesday. “I predict, two years from now, Filipino food will be what Read more »

Nelson’s Taho

A unique everyday favorite at the fashionable Power Plant Mall Selling taho is a pedestrian profession, right? And hawking street food under the scorching sun is no fun, since it’s “poor man’s food”. To one named Nelson Dugayo, however, it’s a precious, sweet blend and a lucrative livelihood. After Read more »

Tocino, tapa burgers take L.A. by storm

ABS-CBNnews.com – Filipino cuisine has joined the gourmet food truck craze that is currently sweeping the United States.

Filipino feast for Christmas

By Tara Duggan – When Jun Belen was preparing to leave for graduate school at Stanford, he warned his mother not to expect him back home in Manila for at least two years. He planned to save his money. But it was hard adjusting to life in Palo Alto, Read more »

With The Opening Maharlika, A Filipino Food Resurgence

By DANIEL MAURER – The closing of Elvie’s Turo-Turo a couple of years ago left East Villagers (New York) starved for Filipino food, but earlier this summer Sa Aming Nayon opened across from where Elvie’s once stood, and now Maharlika, the brunch pop-up that was first at Resto Leon and Read more »