Bourdain’s Last Famous Badass Words

Bourdain’s Last Famous Badass Words

The inside story of Anthony Bourdain’s first Philippine visit

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Elevating Filipino Cuisine at E + O Food and Drink Restaurant

Elevating Filipino Cuisine at E + O Food and Drink Restaurant

Where Asian Pacific dishes are celebrated for their distinct national characteristics.

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Savoring Hidden Flavors of the Philippine Kitchen

Savoring Hidden Flavors of the Philippine Kitchen

You think you know Filipino food? Food scholar Amy Besa and Chef Romy Dorotan dig up virtually unknown native ingredients.

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Hapag-Kainan sa Ballesteros

Hapag-Kainan sa Ballesteros

If you’re ever in Cagayan, you simply must visit and dine at Hapag-Kainan sa Ballesteros.

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Two Side Trips (Cebu and Bohol) and a Wedding

Two Side Trips (Cebu and Bohol) and a Wedding

It’s still more fun in the Philippines, but for the traffic in Manila and Cebu.

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Echo Park’s and Historic Filipinotown’s Best BBQ

Echo Park’s and Historic Filipinotown’s Best BBQ

Craving Filipino barbeque in LA? Here’s where to go.

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20 Filipino Foods You Need to Try Before You Die

20 Filipino Foods You Need to Try Before You Die

Not a definitive guide, but close.

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The Happy Home Cook: Pancit Canton

The Happy Home Cook: Pancit Canton

“The word ‘pancit’ (or ‘pansit’ in some cookbooks) comes from the Hokkien words ‘pian-e-sit’, which means something that is conveniently cooked, and originally did not mean noodles. The noodle dish eventually was adapted to local ingredients, tastes and occasions.” (Doreen G. Fernandez, “The Noodles of Our Lives” from the book ‘Tikim’)

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A Karinderiya of Our Very Own in Chicago

A Karinderiya of Our Very Own in Chicago

The chef-owner of Chicagoland’s favorite, Sariling Atin Filipino Restaurant, learned to cook in—of all places—the Middle East.

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Adobo

Adobo

How the daughter of a Spanish mestiza and a Caucasian learned she was Filipino.

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