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Chopsuey Didn't Come From China (And Other Surprising Food Origins)

Did you know that China also invented alcoholic drinks, sushi, and pasta?
We all know that chop suey is an American invention. So is the fortune cookie. And, apparently, so is the hamburger, despite many wanting to believe that it originated in Hamburg. Food history is fascinating because food is so easily adaptable that ...

Make Dinner Special With These Rice Recipes From All Around The World

Here's what to do with all that rice!
Do you love rice? Us, too. Turns out, the rest of the world does too. Here’s a list of recipes with a little bit of food history to inspire you to experiment with your rice dishes perfect as breakfast or dinner recipes!Pilaf ...

All The Different Kinds Of Pancit You Can Find In Cavite

How many of these have you tried?
Have you ever wondered why there are so many different kinds of pancit? This handaan, merienda, or even daily staple, finds its roots long before Spanish colonizers came. Instead, the iconic noodle dish began with the Chinese when they settled and traded ...

Have A Taste Of This Kapampangan Lola's Legendary Cookies

Take a crispy, sweet bite of history!
Atching Lillian Borromeo lives in a time capsule. Her home houses kitchen artifacts some of which are 200 years old. From ancient clay cooking pots, coconut shell spatulas, to ornate, wooden cookie molds—every nook and cranny is alive with a piece of history. ...

The Evolution of Adobo, According To This Food Scientist

From the first ever adobo, to the adobo you know today.
Adobo holds a special place in the Filipino’s heart, whether or not you agree that it should be our national dish. Every household has their own version, using flavors they love, toggled to the taste of each family member.Some folks though would often ...
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