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    A Not-So Hidden Japanese Gem: Kazunori

    January 31, 2018 7:00 pm by Vicki Abary

    There’s something exciting about discovering a restaurant hidden or situated next to an ordinary shop such as a convenience store, or in the case of Kazunori, a car dealership. Found along busy Chino Roces Avenue Extension chock-a-block with office buildings, warehouses and the aforementioned car dealerships don’t let this Japanese […]

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    11 Asian-American Food Bloggers to Follow in 2018

    January 25, 2018 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    Photo Courtesy of High End Beauty Retouching By Kristine Cannon New year, more food, please. For those looking to pepper their Instagram feed with a bit more food porn or craving culinary inspiration to spice up their year, skip the cookbook aisle of your local bookstore and head straight to […]

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    Start the Year Hot with Kenny Rogers Newest Flavor

    January 22, 2018 7:35 pm by Nina Tan

    A new year signifies a new beginning — we crave for new memories, new adventures, new experiences. We start on a clean slate hoping we can do better than the past years, setting higher goals and bigger dreams. And so, with all things new, our all time fave premium chicken […]

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    Keto Diet Deliveries to Try Out

    January 21, 2018 7:00 pm by Katrina Castaneda

    Photo courtesy of The Good Seed The Holiday weight gain is real and getting back in shape can be a challenge. If your old diet is not quite working anymore, then maybe this calls for leveling up your diet game. Here are diet delivery meals that could convince you to […]

  • Home Caterers for Your Holiday Feasts

    December 26, 2017 7:00 pm by Vicki Abary

    The holiday season is in full swing! Depending on your barkada, you might opt for a Christmas feast at someone’s home instead of dining out. It’s more comfortable, it’s private, there are no crowds, and no corkage fee! Holiday vibes at Inquirer RED event catered by Private Dining by Happy […]

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    Chera Amlag, Chef and Owner of Hood Famous Bakeshop

    December 12, 2017 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    By Stefanie Ellis Celebrating a one-year anniversary at a brick and mortar bakery is a big deal for a business that started with cheesecake brought to a neighborhood potluck. If you had asked Chera Amlag, owner of Hood Famous Bakeshop in Seattle, if she thought her love of baking would […]

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    Malagos Chocolate: Tree to Bar at Its Best

    December 7, 2017 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    By Maria Steinberg Filipinos have a long history with chocolate, and it’s intertwined with the story of the food preferences of their Spanish conquerors. Cacao arrived in the Philippines by way of Spanish-governed Mexico, some 400 years ago.  The seeds were planted and cultivated in areas such as Negros Occidental […]

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    Get Your Yam On

    November 21, 2017 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    Photo Courtesy by Chustine Minoda By Stefanie Ellis For those who have grown up with ube, it’s exciting to finally see the rest of the world taking notice. Ube desserts of every kind can now be seen all over Instagram, and the New York Times and Huffington Post are describing it […]

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    The Origin of Banana Ketchup

    November 16, 2017 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    Banana Ketchup Ingredients | Photo Courtesy of Food Network By Kristine Cannon Open the fridge or pantry of any Filipino, and you’ll see the holy quattuorvirate: fish sauce, soy sauce, vinegar and —​ yes, you guessed it —​ banana ketchup. This sauce is arguably as versatile as the American equivalent, […]

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    LASA: Leveling Up Pinoy Food in L.A.

    November 7, 2017 7:00 pm by Taste.Company

    Octopus and Fresno Chiles Dish | Photo courtesy by Lasa By Darleen Principe Brothers Chase and Chad Valencia, like many other second-generation Filipino-Americans, grew up eating all the classics of the Philippines. Dishes like adobo, sinigang, kaldereta and lechon, plus a lot of lutong Kapampangan—cooking from the Pampanga province, where […]