Rappler's latest stories on Filipino dishes
'Adobo Queen' Nancy Reyes-Lumen lets Rappler in on the beauty of adobo – the Filipino national dish made different in every home
What if you could do “pang-restaurant” dishes from the comforts of your home?
The pupae of the red weaver ants is a popular delicacy in the North
Oops: Kare-kare, lechon, and crispy pata are the real placers in 'Best Dishes In The World' 2019 list
Sorry adobo, but kare-kare, lechon, and crispy pata deserve their limelight, too
Love vegetable dishes like pinakbet? Rappler breaks down how much you need to buy the ingredients amid high inflation.
Chefs Sau del Rosario and Miko Aspiras give Filipino classics a twist at the Diamond Hotel
For Philippine Ambassador to the US Babe Romualdez, 'this shows that Philippine cuisine is certainly being recognized in the American mainstream'
Buyers from near and far travel to the public market of Narvacan in Ilocos Sur to buy freshly-cooked bagnet
Even if they’re away from home, Filipinos abroad find ways to celebrate a traditional Pinoy Christmas
We declare war almost immediately on anyone who insults our “Pinoy Pride ” yet we are also the first to downplay any positive stride that our nation has achieved
Chef artist Claude Tayag insists there is much to love about old style Filipino dishes