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Why most Americans don't like our food?
A. Poor presentation 9%  9%  [ 2 ]
B. it's a food from a 3rd world country 9%  9%  [ 2 ]
C. Afraid it might have dog meat in it 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
D. Unfamiliarity 39%  39%  [ 9 ]
E. lack of promotion by the filipinos 39%  39%  [ 9 ]
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:53 pm 
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jasperjack1968 wrote:

That' a good one. Actually fosh eue tastes good especially from a big fish


I've always liked fish eyes, since I was kid.

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F. Cuz its still moving.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 1:37 pm 
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F. Cuz its still moving.


:biglaugh:


That's the best kind. :biglaugh:

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eto na bai JJ. Filipino food is starting to get famous.

For Leah Cohen, It's All Sisig And Smiles
Dec 20, 2012 10:01 am
Pig and Khao is her love letter to Southeast Asia
By Matt Rodbard
http://www.foodrepublic.com/2012/12/20/leah-cohen-its-all-sisig-and-smiles

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Do you think the popularity of Asian food will grow further, or is it hitting a peak?
I think it’s about exploring different cuisines. “Asian food” is a broad topic, but you have different categories like Filipino food, which I think is becoming more and more available to the public and people are understanding more about what it is. It’s definitely spreading and will get more popular.

A lot of people know sisig and adobo, but what else are you doing?
We have crispy pata, which is a deep-fried pork shank. We braise it for 14 hours, then we air dry it, take it off the bone and deep-fry it. It’s served with a pickled green mango. We chop it up and it’s about 14 ounces of cooked pork. It’s served with two different dipping sauces: one is a sweet and sour pork liver sauce that is a secret family recipe and the other is a soy vinegar dipping sauce.

Derek Jeter was just here. And you’re a huge Yankees fan. Like, that's cray…
I am the biggest fan ever! It was weird to have him here. I’ve read all of his books and in college I had to write a paper on who was my idol and it was him [laughs]. He was so nice and a lot more quiet and reserved than I thought he would be.

Did he have the sisig?
He had the sisig and he loved it. He ordered another one [laughs].

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Anthony Burdain sings praises for sisig.

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In New York, there are two Filipino fusion restaurants named Maharlika and Jeepney (owned by the same people) that serves food that I think anyone can enjoy. They serve Filipino classics with a twist that comes off as cool and trendy, plus drinks like Pacquiao Punch and Red Horse. In Greenwich Village, that's enough to lure in curious diners.

Also, I see Americans in Jollibee in Queens all the time.

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That's good to know

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Merry Christmas Fil/Am foodies.

Lechon or Roast Beef; Sisig or Mac n Cheese; Chicken adobo or Roast Turkey; Fideos or Split Pea and ham, enjoy your holiday!

Eat hearty.

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asian_sensation wrote:
In New York, there are two Filipino fusion restaurants named Maharlika and Jeepney (owned by the same people) that serves food that I think anyone can enjoy. They serve Filipino classics with a twist that comes off as cool and trendy, plus drinks like Pacquiao Punch and Red Horse. In Greenwich Village, that's enough to lure in curious diners.

Also, I see Americans in Jollibee in Queens all the time.


There's a Little Quiapo Restaurant in Arlington, Virginia. They serve traditional Filipino cuisine. When I still lived there, there were a lot of non Filipinos eating there.

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