Filipino food will be big in 2017, says Bloomberg

According to Bloomberg, "your next coolest meal might be a Filipino specialty."

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In an article, "Eleven Fancy Food Trends You'll Face in 2017" on Bloomberg, Filipino food is cited as one of the new year's biggest food trends. This comes with little surprise: In 2016, the purple yam became a trendy ingredient used in 100-dollar donuts, soft-serve ice cream, and Instagram-worthy desserts. Bad Saint in Washington D.C.—which serves Filipino fare such as okoy—was hailed as the #2 best restaurant in America, thanks to Filipino-American chef Tom Cunanan.

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Other 2017 food trends cited by the article include the rise of meat and artisanal butcher shops and vegetables, chilled red wine, and the emergence of hi-tech cocktails.


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