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Filipino Cuisine Set To Become A National Sensation, If Only You Could Find It

May 11, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A celebrity chef quoted in People magazine, as well writers in other publications, have declared the next big food craze: Filipino cuisine. The reason is that Filipino dishes, influenced by Asian, Spanish and Mexican cooking, are still somehow “adventurous and new”. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy to find. Sacramento food writer Chris Macias had a hard time tracking down Filipino restaurants in his town, despite a large Asian, including Filipino, population. Most of the Filipino eateries are small mom-and-pop businesses, many serving their specialties cafeteria style. Finding more upscale Filipino cuisine requires a visit to the Bay area, where restaurants serving “modern Filipino fare” are more numerous.
Chris Macias, "Filipino food: The next big thing in Asian cuisine?", The Sacramento Bee, May 11, 2014, © The Sacramento Bee
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