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.
At a nationwide televised episode on Channel 4’s primetime TV series Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas, Roni nailed the best alternative Christmas dinner.
He, with other prominent chefs of Filipino descent in San Diego, debunks the myth that Filipino cuisine is nothing more than downscale and unsophisticated food.
He garnered an enviable 11 golds, 8 silvers and 1 bronze like a man with a mission; a mission to live a dream.
reads like a beautiful narrative and will make you long for food, family, and Filipino-ness. Find out too why she says, “Hence, it’s NOT Filipino food which needs to evolve…”
“No one can have too many cookbooks,” wrote Marilyn Donato in a letter that came with her autographed cookbook, Philippine Cooking in America.
If it weren’t for the Filipino noodle dish, Pancit, Alexa Alfaro, her siblings and Filipino food in Milwaukee wouldn’t probably exist today. Sounds far-fetched? It won’t be… Read more “Believe it or not: Filipino Food Addiction Hits Milwaukee (An interview with Meat on the Street’s co-owner)”
Oct. 15,2016 is the return of Savor Filipino, the big Filipino food event launched by the Filipino Food Movement that woke national interest in 2014. This year’s theme is “buksan”, meaning to open –