Bicolano specialties to try
Mentioning Bicol easily conjures mouth-watering images of Bicol Express and laing. Famed for its affinity for dishes with chili and coconut milk, this region at the southern tip of Luzon actually has a lot more going for it than just those two beloved items. Here are...
Adobo is a homonymous culinary term. In the Philippines, where it is the unofficial national dish, adobo is a cooking process that involves stewing something in vinegar, soy sauce, and other ingredients. The word adobo likely made its way around the globe centuries...
Adobo in different colors
Last July 9, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said in a press statement that it has formed a technical committee aimed at developing national standards for Filipino dishes to establish a common ground among businesses. The Bureau of Philippine Standards...
Proudly Filipino Ingredients
The 7 Top Food Exports of the Philippines
If Spain’s top exports include olive oil and pig meat, and India ships tons of basmati rice, what are the prime commodities the Philippines provides to the global marketplace?
The Philippines’s Unique Geography and Diverse Produce
A country renowned for its pristine beaches and infectious hospitality, the Philippines is also the culinary dark horse that is making its presence felt throughout the world….
Culture of Salo-salo
“Tara, kain tayo! Come, let’s eat!”
Enjoying Malabon and Pampanga’s food without traveling
Instead of going out-of-town to enjoy Pampanga’s pindang damulag or Malabon’s puto pao, two individuals have made it possible to enjoy their city’s specialties at the comfort of your own home.
Enjoying mangoes when its season is done
It’s a dessert in itself, with its bold sweetness, subtle tart, and fruity notes.
Identifying Filipino cuisine through its regions
Taking a tour from north to south, one will discover that adobo varies not only in taste but also in the ingredients used and the cooking methods applied.
Proudly Filipino in taste and packaging
These are the kinds of products international trade shows live for—food that features the flavours and aesthetics of the country.
Thriving businesses built from mom’s home cooked food
There’s nothing like a mother’s cooking since their dishes are usually prepared without any constraints in terms of time and components.
Philippines in the Packaging
Packaging is a useful and effective instrument to establish and strengthen one’s brand identity.
Marvin Agustin and his Unplanned Food Biz
One can say that producing pastries has always been in his blood.