Is culinary snobbery for real in Italy? Mamma mia! If you ask me, I’d say yes in a heartbeat. I’ve experienced it firsthand. My mother-in-law is Italian! Although I’ve never lived in Italy, we’ve visited at least once every year for the past 18 years.
“You know why it’s always foggy in Daly City, right? Because all the Filipinos turn on their rice cookers at the same time.”
“These are exciting times for Filipino food in London,” declares Nadine Barcelona, the founder and director of LUZON, a contemporary Filipino restaurant in London. In case we… Read more “What an Entrepreneur Does for Brits to Love Filipino Food (An Interview with the Founder and Director of a Filipino Restaurant in London)”
The palates of a Brit John Smith and a Pinoy Juan dela Cruz are as different as the iconic national fictional characters of the two – the… Read more “LeHappyChef’s Anglicized Recipe of the Pinoy Sisig”
I learned to cook PORK ADOBO when I was 7 years old. It was the first Filipino dish I prepared on my own. I remember my mom… Read more “Pork Adobo Recipe by Stavanger Norway’s Pop-up Queen”
Don’t be surprised if you run into a Filipino anywhere you go in Norway. But in the cosmopolitan city of Stavanger, Norway’s oil capital, be very surprised if you stumble upon a place serving Filipino food – the odds are probably as slim as fishing a tilapia out of the fjord.