All You Need To Know About Filipino Pancit

Today let’s talk about one of the best food the Filipino cuisine can offer: PANCIT. We do not deny the fact that this dish originated from China. It’s known part of our history that even before the Spaniards colonized the Philippines, Chinese traders have already been doing business with us. An article from Pepper.ph says…

Different Kinds of Rice

If you grew up in a Filipino family, you’ll know that no meal is complete without rice. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, or dinner, we love eating rice with our favorite dishes. The thing is, there are many kinds of rice, and if you have no idea which one to choose, then this article is for…

World Famous Filipinos to Admire

World Famous Filipino Celebrities to Admire We all know that Filipino talent is world-class. Whatever field or industry it is, there’s always someone with roots from the Philippines to make us proud. Here are some of the well-known figures who are not ashamed to flaunt their Filipino heritage: 1. Batista Everyone is getting hyped with…

Product Review: Comparing Our Best-Selling Filipino Snacks

At FilStop, the leading Filipino online grocery in the US, we receive lots of orders every day for chips. Let us introduce you to the crowd favorites and know why everyone can’t get enough of them. Nova Calories: 140 Known for its thin crispy ridges, you can distinctly notice the oats on each chip’s surface. …

Movie Review: Four Sisters and a Wedding

Movie Review: Four Sisters and a Wedding One of the most popular movies among millennials nowadays is the masterpiece by the highly-acclaimed director Cathy Garcia-Molina. Four Sisters and a Wedding is the perfect mixture of drama and comedy that would take you into a roller coaster of emotions. Before I watched it for the first…

The MILO Influence

Timeline of MILO influence in the Philippines: 1964 – Milo set its foot in the Philippines. It was introduced as a tonic food drink with a distinct choco malt taste. It became a vital part of Filipino household nutrition ever since. 1974 – MILO marathon was launched after a successful partnership with sports prior to…

Halo-Halo Islands

As the hot weather in the Philippines stubbornly remain constant all year round, Filipinos are always cooling themselves down with all sorts of cold drinks, desserts and snacks. But there’s one Filipino dessert signature that tops it all. Halo-Halo (meaning – mixing of various things) is a dessert that certainly cools you down. Not only…

King of Fruits: DURIAN

A fruit that is controversial and exotic in many parts of Southeast Asia, Durian is known as the king of fruits due to its long list of health benefits and its unique smell and flavor.  Some people find the smell of this fruit offensive and yet some, pleasant.  It’s either you love it or hate…

Uniquely Filipino (KARE-KARE)

Just imagine a bowl of extra tender stewed beef oxtail, beef tripe, beef stew meat and a variety of vegetables in a thick peanut sauce and shrimp paste (bagoong) served on the side. Kare-Kare is one unique dish that is loved by Filipinos. The yellowish color of the dish comes from theatsuete oil which contributes…

Easter Sunday

Spirituality is embedded deeply in the hearts of Christian Filipinos. Each year, there are two religious Holidays that they celebrate – Christmas & Lent. As we are in the midst of Lent, Filipinos observe this season by praying, fasting, confessing and making commitments on how to live a better and Godly life. Discipline, such as…