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.
Filstop Grocery in Jersey City. Rebranding of PhilamFood in the wake of the million-dollar lawsuit
filed against it by Phil-Am Trading.
Non-Filipino Americans Review San Miguel Beer’s Pale Pilsen
Verdict: “Not bad. A 7 out of 10. Will take one over Corona or Tecate.”
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Get to Know the Cuisine of the Philippines
Featured photo: Sabina's CayCay
These crunchy layered biscuits rolled in toasted peanuts are almost synonymous with Cebuano comfort food.
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The cough and/or choke is the sensation that completes the MikMik Experience.
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Stik-O is a popular brand of chocolate-flavored wafer sticks in the Philippines. Recently, there have been newer flavors like ube, strawberry and coconut pandan.
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Featured photo taken by Rica R. in Lucban, Quezon. Pirurutong is purple glutinous rice… usually prepared by first grinding into a flour (galapong), then frying as maruya or pancakes.
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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.
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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.
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Hopia are inexpensive Filipino pastries filled usually with either munggo (dark beans) or kundol (white gourd cooked in lard to pass as baboy or pork). It was introduced by Fukienese immigrants from southern China.
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Photo by Mary Rizale.
In the Philippines, tsamporado / tsampurado / champorado / champurado is chocolate-flavored rice porridge.
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