Meat on the Street

Meat on the Street

Filipino food in Milwaukee? Be on the lookout for Meat on the Street.

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The Happy Home Cook: Mango/Grapefruit Salad for All Seasons

The Happy Home Cook: Mango/Grapefruit Salad for All Seasons

On our UP Area 1 e-group, ages ago, we had been exchanging recipes.  Bong Daza vaguely cited a salad of grapefruit and mango which he tossed together with a bagoong dressing. I was fearful that the bagoong's perfume would not go well with my Western guests' palates, so I kept the grapefruit/mango combination and added my own touches of taste and color with the red onion, pomegranate grains, chives and above all the kaffir lime leaves.

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Brush Strokes By The Untouchables

Brush Strokes By The Untouchables

The Dimasalang III International Artist Group is part of a lineage that can be traced to a small corner shack in Sampaloc, Manila.

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Flights of Fancy

Flights of Fancy

It’s a hobby, it’s a love affair, it’s a trend in the Philippines--it’s bird watching.

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[PARTNER] A Manifesto Against Silence

[PARTNER] A Manifesto Against Silence

This manifesto, in English and Tagalog, is from a growing list of more than 170 Filipino writers around the world. Our values, and candidates, differ, but we set aside what divides us to unite behind our country. We invite all to stand, with us few Filipinos here, during these troubled times everywhere, for unfettered expression and the necessity of free speech.

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A Career in ‘Roots’ Music

A Career in ‘Roots’ Music

How the rondalla and gong led a young Filipino American to his roots and career.

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Adobo Afternoons in Norway

Adobo Afternoons in Norway

The chance of stumbling upon a place in Norway that serves Filipino food is as slim fishing a tilapia out of fjord; but then there’s Michelle “Alex” Mossige’s pop-up.

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The Happy Home Cook: Pork Adobo by Stavenger Norway's Pop-Up Queen

The Happy Home Cook: Pork Adobo by Stavenger Norway's Pop-Up Queen

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 would always buy pork ribs/bones or pork “buto-buto”.  Those were the cheapest cuts but they oozed maximum flavor.

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Where Midwives Are Worth Gold

Where Midwives Are Worth Gold

One woman’s journey to choosing natural birth

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Little Mother, Big Sister

Little Mother, Big Sister

The short life and deep family devotion of Rosa Quirino Eugenio, the late President Elpidio Quirino’s older sister.

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