The Filipino food scene in Columbus is just beginning. Prior to the opening of Bonifacio, Filipino food was only sold by turo-turo joints and small carinderias, but unfortunately those places closed down as there was not enough
Food – and one coming from such a diverse place as the Philippines – is after all a deeply personal part of our lives but there’s lots of room for us to grow and eat together.
Was there a reason, beyond copycatting others’ common practice, for stuffing a lechon’s mouth with an apple?
Less than two months ago, a sudden surge of energy spurred me to jump in the air till I cramped, shimmy till I was blackmailed and fist… Read more “Migrant Filipino Food Stories & Recipes Get a Book Deal— Against All Odds!”
Filipino food is dubbed as one of the “it” cuisines you should be eating now. But where do you go to eat “it”? In many places, including… Read more “American Chef Hosts Filipino Food Events in Richmond, Virginia (A Q&A with Chef Ian Merriman)”
When I read the story Chef Cristina Quackenbush contributed to our upcoming Filipino food anthology, I was hooked. Through vignettes of memories from her early childhood in… Read more “Filipino Food Takes a Big Leap in the Big Easy (A Q &A with a Filipino Food Chef in NOLA)”
if you’re looking to experience some authentic Pinoy cuisine, try to saddle up next to a Filipino friend to bring you over for the next. . .
At a nationwide televised episode on Channel 4’s primetime TV series Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas, Roni nailed the best alternative Christmas dinner.
We tapped on Phillip’s food (including a kitchen stint at David Chang’s acclaimed Momofuku Ssäm Bar), and research & development experience to find out what the Filipino food scene is like in America’s Finest City.