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Beware of this Filipino grocery store online!

The openly rabid OMGpeke Movement supporter PhilAmFood of New Jersey owned by Ramar Foods lackey Erwin Santos has had at least three lawsuits filed against it by three different plaintiffs. Two cases were transferred to the federal court.

In the wake of a lawsuit settlement, Phil Am Food changed its name to Filstop.

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Filstop / Fil Stop is a self-proclaimed “Filipino” American online grocery store notorious for repeatedly shipping out expired food.

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Get to Know the Cuisine of the Philippine Islands

Biko, Nilupak & Kalamay na Mais by Toyang Noresa. Kakanin is a whole genre of Filipino delicacies whose main ingredient is usually rice, sometimes corn or a root crop like cassava.
Ube Halaya by Aizel_77. Also called halayang ube, this is a jam made from the Philippines' favorite root crop, the purple yam locally called ube.
Photo by Eva Argenos of Pakaskas from Isla Verde, Batangas. Pakaskas is a sweet treat consisting of palm sugar that's liquified, then put into a mold of palm leaves until the liquid solidifies.
Also known as Zambo Rolls -- from the Zamboanga peninsula of the large island of Mindanao in southern Philippines! Lokot-lokot is a crunchy, golden brown delicacy produced and served during special occasions.
Colorful Pichi Pichi by Aizel_77. Pitsi-Pitsi is a native Filipino snack made from cassava and sugar. It often is naturally light golden-brown, but you can add food coloring to liven it up, as you can see in the photo.
In the Philippines, polvoron refers to a soft crumbly treat whose ingredients are mainly powdered milk, butter and toasted flour. They are molded into oval or round shapes.
Balls of glutinous-rice flour deep-fried and then covered with sesame seeds.
Bibingka is a flat but thick yellow rice cake that was once a mainstay only during the “cold” months of the Christmas season in the Philippines. It is traditionally cooked (“baked”) in a mold lined with banana leaves and then served with a topping of grated coconut.
Featured photo courtesy of Mayette Garcia. A popular kakanin (rice delicacy) during the Christmas holidays, puto bumbong is purple-colored rice steamed in bamboo tubes and served with grated coconut and brown sugar.
Binanging Saging is "Inihaw na Saging" (grilled banana). The banana used is often the fat saba variety.
Spaghetcharon by Jeric Travis Yes... it's spaghetti with chicharon. 😛
Cookies from the Philippines!