filipino food heritage

This couple is helping preserve Filipino heritage cooking, one TikTok at a time

Beatriz Gomez and Roberto Villarcabral are the brains (and stars!) of The Lost Filipino Cookbook—a.k.a. your new favorite TikTok account

Revisiting Quezon and Laguna via pancit habhab, lambanog, and sinigang sa buko

When in Southern Tagalog, eat as the locals do—with gusto, a shot or two, and coconut on everything

Meet Lokalpedia, the food heritage advocate documenting overlooked endemic Filipino ingredients

John Sherwin Felix AKA Lokalpedia’s photo collection documents artisanal salts and edible flowers

siling labuyo chili peppers harvested and collected in a basket
We’ve been confusing siling labuyo for another chili all this time

Chances are the “siling labuyo” you are buying is its relative from Taiwan, which may be more good-looking but not as hot