TIGRE Y OLIVA: Chocolates Crafted With Love

June 25, 2017 7:00 pm by Eunice Guzon

By Eunice Guzon & Hera Batara “All you need is LOVE, But a little CHOCOLATE goes a long way” – Charles Schulz There is no substance on this earth as celebrated as an expression of love as chocolate. Its decadence communicates desire and affection. Its chemical composition generates a feeling […]

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10 Must-Try Flavorful Regional Dishes in the Philippines

May 20, 2017 7:00 pm by Marky Ramone Go

Describing Filipino food is similar to discussing the film Inception – because of the varying layers that comprises it. When you think you figured out the overall character of Filipino cuisine, venturing into another province will once again introduce you to another strata of taste, texture and smell – essential […]


Chef Laudico’s Feast Redefines Feasting

February 9, 2017 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

When a restaurant gets named after its chef, you’d think it better be good. After all, his reputation is now hitched on the success of the restaurant itself. Such is the case of Pampanga’s new foodie hangout, Chef Laudico’s Feast. Lechon But wait — Chef Laudico’s Feast has a trick […]


Filipino Food in New York City is Ready for Its Instagram Close-Up

December 30, 2016 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

How Jen Balisi of @indulgenteats is introducing her Instagram following to her native cuisine Text by Ali Zweben | Photography by Jen Balisi You may not know her, but you know what she eats. Twenty seven year-old Jen Balisi has become one of the most well-known food Instagrammers in New […]


SALO Series: Traveling Kamayan Around the Globe

December 23, 2016 8:16 am by Karla Ramos

Yana Gibuena’s moveable kamayan feast Text by Lea Faminiano | Photography by Moyo Oyelola Ernest Hemingway may have likened Paris to a moveable feast, but he would be hard-pressed to find just one city to represent the modern version being championed by Yana Gilbuena, a woman cooking Filipino cuisine all […]