Saturday, March 25, 2006

About Filipino Food

Filipino food is a mix of Chinese and Spanish influence. A typical Filipino meal contains a mix of tamarind, vinegar, soy sauce, onions and herbs – but not as heavy on spice as many dishes in Asia. You will find meat, chicken and fish dishes served in many homes, while homegrown vegetables are the staple diet in the provinces.

Filipinos have taken to European dishes such as cakes, bread and spaghetti and pasta. American fastfood such as pizzas, hamburgers and hotdogs is served on the street as well as many restaurants.


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