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Philippine cuisine is what we present to many Filipino foodies (as well as foreigners) who have taken to Filipino food just for the sheer love of it. To a world that takes to Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and even Korean foods, Filipino cuisine has been tagged as the ‘next big thing’ to look out for.
Dining in the Philippines is almost always accompanied by a variety of dips on the table. Filipinos love sauces of all kinds. They seem to find a reason to plunge any food on a favorite dip.
The best part of Philippine cuisine is the traditional “salo-salo” or sharing food with friends, guests and strangers alike. Let’s eat!
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Philippine Cuisine to the World
Philippine food has a rich heritage of Malay, Indonesian, Spanish, Chinese and American influences. The Filipinos have a knack for combining flavours and making the most of any and all ingredients at their disposal. What results is simply delicious.
What will displace our love for adobo (pork and chicken dish), sinigang (sour soup), pansit (noodle dish) and minatamis (sweets). Filipinos take pride in their food’s sumptuous, savory flavors. Their cuisine possess a profile that no other cuisine has, no matter how sophisticated. Our aim is to bring Filipino cuisine to the forefront that other Asian cuisines have attained.
It’s a dream for many a Filipino foodie.
Our Authors & Contributors
Public Relations Consultant
Reggie is co-founder of Write Concepts Company, the publisher of www.write-experts.com. She manages a network of professional writers and artists in the Philippine publishing world to form a pool of experts and talents that can deliver optimum communications services.
Danii is a media analyst at Kantar Media. She deals with different brand messaging systems on TV, radio and digital channels such as social media. Danii has dealt with both types of media messages for enterprise and medium-sized businesses.
Gabe organizes what she sees around her and loves to put it into words. She has been contributing her articles for the Daily Tribune newspaper, Tinig ng Marino (maritime) newspaper, Cook magazine, Appetite magazine and F&B World magazine.
Cesar Cruz Jr.
Cesar studied communication arts at the University of Santo Tomas. He writes articles in the Lifestyle Section of Business Mirror as a freelance writer. He manages Pancit Malabon, his own restaurant at Banawe St.
Digital Marketing Strategist
Mark honed his digital marketing and analytics skills by delivering a broad range of web application services to various clients in the Philippines and the U.S. since 2009. His focus is on small and medium-sized businesses in the food industry.