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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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Filipino Snacks: Chips & Traditional Snacks of the Philippines!

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Pakaskas

Photo by Eva Argenos

A sweet treat consisting of liquified palm sugar that's liquified that's placed into a mold of palm leaves.

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Goldilocks Polvoron

Goldilocks is a Philippine bakeshop chain that makes different flavors of polvoron.

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Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdog

Note to Filipino Americans: Martin Purefoods is NOT the San Miguel Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdog you know from the Philippines.

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Kasuy (Cashew)

Kasoy or Kasuy (also spelled casoy or casuy) are edible "nuts" of the cashew tree, which is native to Brazil.

The province of Palawan is known for being the Philippines' top producer of cashew nuts.

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Boiled ube

A root crop used mainly in sweet preparations, ube is a favorite flavor of ice cream and for cakes and pastries. It is also added to halo-halo. The plant that bears ube has the scientific name Dioscorea alata. It has heart-shaped leaves.

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Pan de Regla: Filipino Red-Filled Bread

The phrase "pan de regla" literally means "menstruation bread."

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cheesy ensaymada

When pressed for a full-sized birthday cake or a carb-filled quick fix

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Buko Pandan

Buko ("young coconut") is the white coconut strands, while Pandan (screwpine leaves) refers to the flavor and green color of the gelatin cubes. This could be considered a dessert salad or a drink, depending on the amount of liquid added. 🙂

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Classic Tall Glass for Haluhalo

Photo by Tarshera of HALUHALO, an icy Filipino treat that is most popular during the very hot summer season in the Philippines, in April and May. It's a hodgepodge of sweetened preserved fruits, evaporated milk, and crushed ice topped with ice cream or leche flan.

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Chocnut Oreo Cheesecake

Photo of Chocnut Oreo Cheesecake by Mayette Garcia.

Available at banapple kitchen, a bakery café in the Philippines.

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Buto ng Pakwan (Shells and Uncracked Seeds)

Butong Pakwan (Buto ng Pakwan) are watermelon seeds.

Among many Filipinos’ fondest memories is gathering around a bowl of dried watermelon seeds with a piece of old newspaper on hand ready to be piled with discarded shells.

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Pili & Sili Ice-Cream from Albay (1st Colonial Grill)

Sorbetes is Filipino ice cream! Homemade ice cream sold cheaply from street carts is jokingly referred to as "dirty ice cream."

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