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    If anyone is interested in cooking or trying filipino food.....

    I found a youtube channel that's pretty much has got it down....

    http://www.youtube.com/user/TheCooknShare/videos

    they also have a site

    http://www.filipinocooking.net

    just wanted to share..... and maybe help introduce you guys to some food that we have to offer.

    of course the channel has lots of other cuisines, but since my country is such a melting pot of a bunch of cultures.... it makes sense to me....

    but the majority of their recipes are still filipino food

    =D

    it's mostly in english, run by an american that's probably married to a filipina

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    I'll check this out, this kind of food isn't available around here....unless I make it
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    That's great. Thanks for sharing.
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    and if there are any other dishes that you guys wanna try that's filipino that isn't listed or on the youtube channel i'll gladly help out and type out the recipe for you guys.

    =D

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    being in the california bay area, we have a great Filipino population. getting good grub and good ingredients is not a problem.

    i have never cooked any before. ate plenty, but never DIY.

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    Thanks again for sharing, I enjoyed it.

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    i have never cooked any before. ate plenty, but never DIY.
    might be a good time to learn. easy enough to cook our food.

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    my ex was phillipino and she always made chicken adobo and some other dishes i dont remember. she was a crazy chic but good lord could she cook phillipino food.

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    A former watering hole occasionally offered lumpia as a bar snack. Very cheap and tasty with with a dipping sauce that was different, much better, than typical bottled sweet chili sauce.

    I found recipe for wrapper that was crepe like. What I remember was more like a fried spring roll. Any elaboration?
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    the sauce would probably be equal parts coconut vinegar, soy sauce and chilis.

    the wrapper is made from rice flour and water, could also use cornstarch and water.

    lumpia has many versions and iterations, the most common would be a vegetarian one that's usually made with mung bean sprouts, onions, garlic and probably some potatoes, another would be made with ground pork, onions and garlic.

    which kind did you get to try dave?

    she was a crazy chic
    i think crazy women are a commonality in many countries. lol. =D

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