Everything you need to know about adobo
By Camellia Ling Aebischer
Jung Il Woo tries cooking Filipino food for his 'only female celebrity friend' Dara
Posted by beansss
Fans of KPOP will enjoy this latest post by Jung Il Woo who cooks for his friend Dara
Philippine food in the Media
You've heard about it but probably, most likely, haven't tasted Philippine or Filipino food.
That's ok. We understand. So, to help you in your journey of discovery about our cuisine, we've pulled together some articles from various online publications from around the world.
Join us here at RoniB's Kitchen to spread the word about our cuisine because it is really delicious.
Recipes: At home with Filipino flavors
Cookbook review: Filipino-American finds a voice through foodCookbook review: Filipino-American finds a voice through food
AJC BOOKS FOR HOME COOKS| Sept 2, 2020 | By Susan Puckett, For the AJC
‘Amboy: Recipes from the Filipino-American Dream,’ by Alvin Cailan
DOT’S ‘KAIN NA!’ Cooks Up Online Food Fest
14 Classic Filipino Desserts You Should Know
By Ryanne Co - HongKong Tatler
As sweet tooths ourselves, we take great pride in presenting you this list of top-tier Filipino desserts you absolutely must try
Every sweets lover worth their sugar will know the Philippines for the country's rich treasure trove of delicious goodies. From a tantalisingly purple pastry to a sticky rice cake, here are the treats from which Filipinos have derived a sugar high for generations. A little caution, however: these are highly addicting. Eat responsibly!
Mini-docu series bares 500-year Filipino food history
Posted by Manila Standard Lifestyle
How much do you know about our Filipino food, from the cuisines we enjoy to the customs we follow?
This 10-part mini-documentary series shares the history that influenced our rich Filipino cuisine.
The “Pagkain Natin: Food of Our Ancestors” was organized in solidarity with the 2021 Quincentennial Commemorations in the Philippines that marks the 500th anniversary of the events that took place here in the country during the Magellan-Elcano circumnavigation of the world.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day—and no one knows this better than Filipinos!
Imagine: waking up to the strong smell of barako coffee, steaming hot and paired perfectly with an array of delectable Filipino breakfast dishes.
Unlike some, Filipinos appreciate a hearty first meal of the day.
We Tried It: 9 Recipes from Sheldon Simeon’s New Cookbook
Pork belly adobo, nori chicken, chocolate birthday cake butter mochi: Sheldon Simeon is proudest of the people, places and poke of his home—and we found all of these in “Cook Real Hawai‘i.”
There’s kakimochi on the cover, a quote by Frank De Lima and a section called Fry Action. It’s plain as poi: Cook Real Hawaiʻi is dripping with local flair and flavor. Every recipe, every photo, every thoughtful word represents Sheldon Simeon’s mix-plate community and lively backyard.
This beloved Filipino restaurant in New York makes it to this year’s Michelin Bib Gourmands List
Posted by ANCX Staff
Amy Besa and Romy Dorotan’s Purple Yam in Brooklyn is named one of the city’s outstanding “affordable” restaurants
Purple Yam, the beloved modern Filipino restaurant ran by chefs Amy Besa and Romy Dorotan, was honored again recently with inclusion to this year’s Michelin Bib Gourmands List. The list is made up of 131 remarkable dining joints in New York City that are, according to Eater, on the “more affordable side of the culinary spectrum.”
How to Make Filipino Pork Adobo, Your New Favorite Taco Filler
Queens chef Diana Manalang serves her adobo in fried wonton shells
Filipino-American chef Diana Manalang of Little Chef, Little Cafe in Queens grew up eating her mother’s adobo adaptation. She now offers multiple versions of the classic dish at her Long Island City eatery.