Filipino American History Month is coming up, so we’re revisiting our special on Filipino food from earlier this year, when Evan and friends embarked on a food crawl of Northeast LA. We also heard from voices of the new Filipino food movement about the origins and diversity of the cuisine.
A look back at Filipino foodways
From this Episode:
Exploring the menu at Filipino fast food chain Jollibee
Earlier this year, Evan Kleiman embarked on a Filipino food crawl of Northeast LA with a handful of friends in tow. They began their journey in Eagle Rock, where Filipinos...
“I Am a Filipino: And This Is How We Cook”
Nicole Ponseca and chef Miguel Trinidad are the partners behind Maharlika and Jeepney , two restaurants that are awakening the palates of New Yorkers to the...
Toto’s Lechon Manok lures diners with Filipino roast meats
In March, Good Food’s Evan Kleiman and friends visited Toto’s Lechon Manok in Glassell Park.
The drinking foods of the Philippines
Born in raised in LA, Marvin Gapultos is an authority on Filipino food and drinks. For years, his popular blog, called Burnt Lumpia , has championed the unique and...
How Filipino food made its way around the world
Born and raised in the Philippines, writer Jacqueline Chio-Lauri has since lived in seven different countries.
Jonathan Gold’s love of Filipino cuisine
The late restaurant critic Jonathan Gold was a longtime champion of Filipino food as well as the communities that make it.
Sampling Filipino classics at a “turo turo” restaurant
Earlier this year, Good Food’s Evan Kleiman and friends visited Lutong Bahay, a common style of Filipino restaurant called a “turo turo.” See their mapped food...