A crossover of chefs bring Hawaiian food to Calgary By Will Tigley Photos by Winifrey Valencia A group of Filipino chefs brought a little aloha sunshine to Calgary in the middle of a cold February. On February 6 and 7, Calgary’s Jay...
Opening shop in time to help Calgarians battle the winter cold, Kape Barako’s imported coffee promises customers it will deliver a caffeine kick that keeps your blood alive. Grown in the volcanic soil of Batangas, the rich, pungent aroma of...
Central Philippines was hit by the deadliest typhoon recorded in the country’s history. For a province already below the poverty line a tragedy like Haiyan was crippling, sending them to their knees. But after a year the dust has settled and victims has risen from the rubbles of the devastation, stories of inspiration and heroism continues to resonate.
Adobo Experience has been open for one month and the four Filipino part­ners of the new restaurant are experiencing success be­yond their expectations. With full reservations and line-ups out the door for lunch and dinner, Jeffrey Angeles, George Maliwat, Eva...
Ready to go on a food trip? Philippine street foods also known as “pagkaing kalye” describes a wide range of ready-to-eat foods and bev­erages sold and prepared in public places. Street foods are mostly spotted at schools, busses and...
Ang Pasko sa bawat tahanang Pilipino ay ang pinakamasaya at makulay sa buong taon. Hindi mawawala ang mga traditional na pagkain gaya ng Bibingka, Hamon, Keso de bola, Puto Bumbong, Tsokolate, Kastanyas, Lechon, Morcon, Embutido at marami pang iba.
Now on its second year, members of Babae: Council of Filipina-Canadian Women braved the sleet and snow to bring the magic of music to homes of kababayans and Canadian friends.

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