LASA: Rescuing Filipino Cooking from the Doldrums

LASA: Rescuing Filipino Cooking from the Doldrums

Brothers Chase and Chad Valencia’s Northeast LA pop-up restaurant, LASA, just might rescue Filipino food in the US from being stuck in generic tin tubs under heat lamps.

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Cakes to Have and Eat, Too

Cakes to Have and Eat, Too

In Chicago’s North Side, you want your baked guilty pleasures to come from Rowie’s Bakery.

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A Cozy Patio and Its Delights

A Cozy Patio and Its Delights

After 10 years, Patio Filipino remains a favorite in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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10 Things to Know About Starting a Business in the Philippines

10 Things to Know About Starting a Business in the Philippines

Want to start a business in the Philippines? Here’s the homework you need to do.

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Thriving in the Dust Bowl

Thriving in the Dust Bowl

How a Filipino couple brought good coffee and happiness to Guymon, Oklahoma.

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My Niece, the Cake Artist

My Niece, the Cake Artist

How Judy Uson became Philippine high society’s go-to wedding cake maker.

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Planning Her Passion, the Old Way

Planning Her Passion, the Old Way

So what is Angelia Trinidad’s big idea that attracted 23,000 backers on Kickstarter? An old-school paper planner, that’s what.

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She Answers the Call of Duty

She Answers the Call of Duty

Who animates those macho war video games? Forty-two-year-old Marla Rausch’s Animation Vertigo, that’s who.

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A Fish Called Lapu-Lapu

A Fish Called Lapu-Lapu

A tasty fish that’s in danger of depletion. 

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White Men Can’t Jump – Start

White Men Can’t Jump – Start

In which the author tutors her white business partner on how to survive Filipino-style negotiations.

   

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