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Japanese and Filipino fusion cuisine–it works!


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What happens when you combine Japanese with Filipino cuisine? If you had mentioned this combination in the past, I would immediately say, “No dice.” I love good old oily Pinoy food and authentic, neat and delicious Japanese dishes. But combined, I don’t know.

Posted: July 3rd, 2013 in Columns,Food,Headlines | Read More »

When Filipino food tells delicious stories, both old and new

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Chef Myrna Segismundo

At the preview of Lasang Pinoy at the Escolta of The Peninsula Manila, featured chef Myrna Segismundo told guests that there was no better way to explain one country’s cooking than through stories.

Posted: June 16th, 2013 in Editor's Pick,Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos,Sunday Lifestyle | Read More »

Crispy ‘dinuguan,’ ‘lechon sisig,’ ‘ube calamay’–funky Filipino fare in Butuan

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It must have been during one of the food trips organized by the late Doreen Fernandez, the Inquirer’s well-regarded food and cultural critic (and our English teacher in college), that we stopped over in a town called San Juan in Ilocos Sur to savor street barbecue.

Posted: May 2nd, 2013 in Editor's Pick,Featured Gallery,Food,Headlines,Photos & Videos | Read More »

Sheldon Simeon may have lost Top Chef but makes Filipino cuisine a winner

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There have been a number of Filipino chefs who have tried their luck inside the competitive kitchens of Top Chef, but no one else has flaunted his roots more than Sheldon Simeon.

Posted: March 2nd, 2013 in Lifestyle Stories | Read More »

‘Lechon kawali’ sushi, paella ‘tinola,’ ‘laing’-stuffed ‘lechon’–2012 was a proudly Pinoy-flavored year


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This was a most blessed foodie year, but what made it most distinguished was the patriotism that underscored each effort, each event.

Posted: January 2nd, 2013 in Columns,Featured Columns,Food,Headlines | Read More »

How my Japanese professor-friend learned to love Filipino food–in Majayjay, Laguna

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When I told history professor Dr. Rico Jose that I was visiting the National Archives of Japan to ask about their records on the Philippines, he suggested that I also go to see his friend, Dr. Takefumi Terada at Sophia University.

Posted: November 29th, 2012 in Featured Gallery,Food,Headlines | Read More »

Filipino fare that can whet the foreign palate


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Ask any Filipino here or abroad why our cuisine is not as popular among Westerners—unlike Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian even Singaporean dishes—and you will get a variety of explanations. Our cooking has too much oil, or the colors are not that appealing, or the food is unhealthy.

Posted: October 18th, 2012 in Columns,Food | Read More »

Nelly Furtado on Filipino food, fashion experiments, and turning down ‘The Voice’

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Here are some interesting stuff we discovered about the “Promiscuous” singer during the press con.

Posted: August 18th, 2012 in Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos,Super | Read More »

For Elvis country–‘longganisa,’ crispy crab ‘pancit,’ Chicken Dinakdakan


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A few months ago, I got an e-mail from Memphis, Tennessee. It said that the Philippines was chosen as host country for this year’s Memphis in May celebration.
Memphis in May is an annual celebration that features the host country’s music, dance, arts, culture, cuisine, etc.

Posted: May 30th, 2012 in Columns,Food | Read More »

Nine Filipino families, one night of true-blue Filipino hospitality

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Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima believes one of the best ways to show the rich culture and generosity of the Philippines is by inviting foreign guests to a Pinoy home and serving them true-blue Pinoy food and entertainment.

Posted: May 3rd, 2012 in Editor's Pick,Food,Headlines | Read More »

Steward of authentic Filipino food

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Chef Willie Domingo

Cooking schools and classes are everywhere nowadays. Yesterday’s kusinero is today’s celebrity chef. Yesterday’s vocation is today’s career. Cooking was something mothers simply excelled in, something ladies were expected to do. Cooking was part of Home Economics, a mandatory subject in high school. Today, it’s a diploma course all its own. For aspiring chefs today, [...]

Posted: August 6th, 2011 in Featured Gallery,Photos & Videos,Sunday Lifestyle | Read More »

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