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Chef Stephen Gillanders’s Guide to the Philippines | Food & Wine

Chef Stephen Gillanders’s Guide to the Philippines | Food & Wine

These supertender short ribs are braised in a rich, tangy, easy mole sauce made with smoky pasilla chiles, tomatoes and spices.

Oven-Braised Short Ribs with Pasilla-Tomato Mole

These supertender short ribs are braised in a rich, tangy, easy mole sauce made with smoky pasilla chiles, tomatoes and spices.

Paul Qui on Costco Cooking and His Favorite Hot Sauce | Food & Wine

Paul Qui on Costco Cooking and His Favorite Hot Sauce

Paul Qui on Costco Cooking and His Favorite Hot Sauce | Food & Wine

Nachos. Layering the chips and fillings is key for an optimal cheese-to-crunch ratio.

Nachos with All the Fixings

Nachos. Layering the chips and fillings is key for an optimal cheese-to-crunch ratio.

Chef Kristine Subido marinates this grilled chicken using vinegar, lemon juice, soy, fish sauce and lots of garlic and spices.

Filipino Grilled Chicken

Chef Kristine Subido marinates this grilled chicken using vinegar, lemon juice, soy, fish sauce and lots of garlic and spices.

The skin of Philippine pork belly sisig is super crisp (from roasting), and the meat is tangy (from marinating) and juicy (from being braised with aromatics and spices).

Pork Belly Sisig

The skin of Philippine pork belly sisig is super crisp (from roasting), and the meat is tangy (from marinating) and juicy (from being braised with aromatics and spices).

<b>Rompe la arrocera para tareas pesadas.</b> Es hora de darse un festín.

<b>Rompe la arrocera para tareas pesadas.</b> Es hora de darse un festín.

Campfire Cones (Fun & Easy Summer Dessert) – Hip2Save

Campfire Cones (Fun & Easy Summer Dessert)

Sizzling Chicken Sisig is the chicken version of the popular sisig dish. This recipe is quick and easy and can be low in fat depending on the type and amount of mayonnaise that will be used.

Sizzling Chicken Sisig

Sizzling Chicken Sisig is the chicken version of the popular sisig dish. This recipe is quick and easy and can be low in fat depending on the type and amount of mayonnaise that will be used.

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