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  • Crispy Liempo
    Crispy Liempo
    Posted in: Meat

    Photo of Crispy Liempo by Leslie Bernarte. Goes well with beer 🙂

  • Kilawing Puso Ng Saging
    Kilawing Puso ng Saging
    Posted in: Recipes

    This vegetarian recipe will be properly illustrated, edited, and translated into English after the website upgrade. Please check back. Salamat 🙂 MGA SANGKAP 2 puso ng saging 1 tasang piniritong tokwa na ginayat na kudrado 1 kutsarang dinikdik na bawang Katas ng kalamansi, asin 1 ginayat na sibuyas 4 na kutsarang langis 2 tasang tubig […]

  • Kinilaw na Tugnos
    Posted in: Fish

    Very small fish with translucent bodies. They swim in schools and fisherfolk use a pail to scoop them from the water. Tugnos can be “cooked” in vinegar and eaten raw as kinilaw. In Bohol, they are also made into patties and fried into maruya or small pancakes.

  • Liyempo - Step #5: Put in a Super-Hot Oven
    How to Make Lechon Liempo
    Posted in: Meat

    Photos and Instructions by Johnard Garcia. How to make Lechon Liempo (Roasted Pork Belly) for when you can’t roast a whole pig! Step 1 – Ibabad sa brine ang karne nang magdamag. Step 2 – maghiwa ng maraming sibuyas. Step 3 – iahon ang karne at patuyuin, lagyan ng kung anu-anong mga rekado…

  • Filipino pork chop
    Pork Chop
    Posted in: Meat

    Photo of Pork Chop by Ahljhon Miranda: “Eat it while it’s crispy!” Sawsawan right by it. Check back again after the website upgrade for more photos and content. Thank you for your patience!

  • Apan-Apan
    Posted in: Vegetables

    Apan-Apan is the Ilonggo version of adobong kangkong with tsitsaron.

  • Pastillas Girl's Name
    Pastillas Girl
    Posted in: Hot Topics, Recipes

    In early September 2015, the Pastillas Girl Angelica Jane Yap posted a video instructing viewers (or her ex-boyfriend particularly) on how to make the sweet Filipino candy pastilyas. Paano Gumawa ng Pastilyas. How to Make Pastillas. Watch the video.

  • Filipino Food Movement: Now an OMGpeke Corporation
    Posted in: News

    “The Filipino Food Movement” was formally registered as a corporation by the OMGpeke company in 2015.

    Contrary to what casual observers have said about FFM being non-proprietary, it is in fact an owned entity that was founded and is under the stewardship of people representing the same company that pirated at least two food brand names from the Philippines — Magnolia and Pampanga’s Best.