Foods of the Philippines 

The concept at Adobo Island is great—but the execution is lacking

The Philippines have been influenced by multiple nations and cultures. The Chinese were said to have arrived there as early as 500 B.C. The Japanese followed, as did the Spanish. India and Malaysia traded with the people of the Philippines. And, of…

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