Life After Adobo – Filipino Cuisine Explained: Puto

What is Filipino cuisine, exactly? You’ve probably at least had one Filipino friend who has brightened your day by cooking pancit (noodles), lumpia (fried egg rolls), or the most common Filipino dish, adobo (pork with soy sauce and vinegar). Those are the typical token foods that most people associate with...

Life after Adobo – Filipino Cuisine Explained: Turon and Banana-Q

What is Filipino cuisine, exactly? You’ve probably at least had one Filipino friend who has brightened your day by cooking pancit (noodles), lumpia (fried egg rolls), or the most common Filipino dish, adobo (pork with soy sauce and vinegar). Those are the typical token foods that most people associate with...

Life after Adobo – Filipino Cuisine Explained: Sinigang

  What is Filipino cuisine, exactly? You’ve probably at least had one Filipino friend who has brightened your day by cooking pancit (noodles), lumpia (fried egg rolls), or the most common Filipino dish, adobo (pork with soy sauce and vinegar). Those are the typical token foods that most people associate...

Life After Adobo – Filipino Cuisine Explained: Afritada

What is Filipino cuisine, exactly? You’ve probably at least had one Filipino friend who has brightened your day by cooking pancit (noodles), lumpia (fried egg rolls), or the most common Filipino dish, adobo (pork with soy sauce and vinegar). Those are the typical token foods that most people associate with...

Life after Adobo – Filipino Cuisine Explained: Tinola

What is Filipino cuisine, exactly? You’ve probably at least had one Filipino friend who has brightened your day by cooking pancit (noodles), lumpia (fried egg rolls), or the most common Filipino dish, adobo (pork with soy sauce and vinegar). Those are the typical token foods that most people associate with...

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Philippine Adventures

  Mabuhay! I recently served in the Philippines for three years (2011-2014) as a Peace Corps volunteer. I was assigned to a small NGO in Baguio City which is located in the mountainous region of the country. My work consisted of a variety of youth and family programs including life...