If pansit, hopia and ube halaya are starting to become household names in the US, it’s because these Filipino chefs and food business owners are working extra hard not just in introducing our culinary treasures to that side of the world, but also showcasing their...
Jaclyn Clemente Koppe
Since the beginning of the pandemic, people on lockdown have turned to different hobbies to keep themselves occupied as well as to calm rattled nerves. Baking offers this kind of comfort. The number of home bakers have grown exponentially, either providing their...
Halal is the Arabic word meaning “permitted” or “admissible” that covers many facets of life deemed acceptable according to Islamic law. The opposite of halal is haram, which means “prohibited.” This can be regarding lifestyle, cosmetics, fashion, but more prominently...
Held annually in Dubai, Gulfood has cemented its reputation as one of the biggest gatherings of food and beverage industry key players and decision makers, a stage where the latest tastes, trends, and innovations are unveiled. This 2022, the Philippines once again sent a contingent composed of SMEs with halal certification showcasing our local products at par with the best in the world.
These are the iconic chocolate snacks that define our childhood and have delighted generations past.
We cannot get enough of lechon— the quintessential Filipino celebration centerpiece of whole spit-roasted pig with its crispy skin, smooth and glistening, and the tender meat, juicy and seasoned perfectly.
It has been said many times before—it is not a Filipino celebration without lechon.
Fresh pineapples cannot be beat. However, here are some of our favorite ways to enjoy and add value to this beloved tropical fruit.
People turned to baking for therapy. From sourdough to banana cakes
Young Silvester Samonte tasked himself with making his busy mom coffee throughout the day to provide her with much-needed warmth in cold weather. Then, he fell in love.