Jade Chocolates—Among the Best, Bar None

Jade Chocolates—Among the Best, Bar None

Mindy Fong’s Jade Chocolates was born when she was pregnant.

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Flour Power

Flour Power

The Palasigue brothers can’t help making dough because baking is in their genes.

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Kalsada Coffee’s Long and Winding Road

Kalsada Coffee’s Long and Winding Road

How a 1909 photograph of Filipino coffee merchants in Seattle led to a new company that markets a special Benguet coffee.

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Why I Became a Rentapreneur

Why I Became a Rentapreneur

How becoming an Airbnb host was a great career move for the author.

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Moving Back to Go Forward

Moving Back to Go Forward

An expat risks everything to pursue her grandfather’s dream for Bacolod City.

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The Innkeepers of Toronto

The Innkeepers of Toronto

The secret of the Concepcion’s inn-keeping success? They know how they themselves would wish to be treated – with respect and showered with personal attention.  

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The Baker of Lasting Memories

The Baker of Lasting Memories

The late Gloria Y. Nichols of The Rolling Pin Bake Shop fame was the cake maker of Manila’s crème de la crème.  

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It’s Always Fresh at Merla’s Kitchen

It’s Always Fresh at Merla’s Kitchen

Merla’s Kitchen in Chicago is all about Filipino food made from scratch.

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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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