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Maynila: Making Philippine Cuisine Mainstream in the U.K.

Maynila is a Filipino food website seeking to inform and share a love of Filipino food with Brits and the world.

Foodies and college friends Charl Asuit and Roni Bandong created the site when they found a surprising paucity of Filipino food options during their many forays into Britain’s multicultural food scene. 86 more words

Filipino Cuisine

Pancit Bato

So they call this pancit bato.  It is another noodle type very similar to the usual pancit canton  which I am familiar with. This was made in Bicol, a  town called Bato so you can deduce  why it was named such.  95 more words

Food

I Love Weekends (2)

Last Saturday, Josef and I chanced upon fresh guavas in the market.  They were a bit costly though because I think guavas are not really in season now. 181 more words

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Pinoy-Style Crispy Fried Chicken

Another tribute to Philippine cuisine is another childhood favorite. As a child, I remember the weekends spent playing with my cousins in the compound and then you start smelling the a familiar scent that you know everyone will start fighting for at the table. 190 more words

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Let's Enjoy, It's Summer

So summer has  started in the Philippines. Technically PAGASA does not call it summer  but the dry season.  The dry season though starts from the month  of November until March the following year. 329 more words

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Filipino Breakfast Part 2: Fried Rice Meals

I mentioned on my last post that I’ve seen in the province that people in the rural areas eat breakfast twice. This makes sense because: 472 more words

Meals

Filipino Breakfast Part 1: Pan de Sal and Kape

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Not only does it break the fasting during sleep, it also nourishes you in the morning. I grew up having a mandatory breakfast upon waking up and not to skip it for anything else. 337 more words

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