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  • 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
    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.

  • Sinaing sa Kawayan (Rice in Bamboo)
    Sinaing
    Posted in: General Info

    Sinaing refers to boiled or steamed rice.

    Rice is often cooked in an iron pot, traditionally in a clay pot, and these days using a electric rice-cooker.

  • Pinikpikan
    Posted in: Hot Topics, Meat

    Pinikpikan is a dish from the mountains of the Cordillera region in the Philippines. It is prepared by beating a live chicken with a stick prior to cooking. This is done to tenderize the meat and induce blood clotting.

  • Pinakro
    Posted in: General Info

    Banana… coconut milk… Page content being updated… Please check back soon. Thank you!

  • Bangtan Boys at Filipino Grocery Store
    Bangtan Boys With Filipino Food
    Posted in: News

    The Philippines is a huge beachhead for the Hallyu (the “Korean Wave” of pop culture that hit the world like a tsunami), and when BTS mentioned that they ate Filipino food, it was to the delight of literally millions of Philippine fans.

  • Sinalpungan
    Posted in: Meat

    Fried Carabeef Tripe. One of the dishes that the island province of Catanduanes is known for. Photos to be uploaded soon.