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  • Chef Rob Pengson Elevates Street Food

    The first time I met chef Rob Pengson, he was running The Goose Station, one of the first homegrown restaurants to introduce a degustation (or tasting) menu to Pinoy diners back in 2009.

    www.philstar.com
  • Most Americans Can't Afford To Pay Rent, Eat Food, Buy Stuff, Or Get Sick (And It's Just Going To Get Worse)

    Authored by Dagny Taggart via The Organic Prepper blog, We are living in precarious times, and if you haven’t prepared for an economic collapse yet, it is time to start taking action. Despite what some “experts” would like you to believe, the US is on shaky financial ground. Several indicators suggest things are far worse than many think. Let’s take a look at them now. More than half of families in the US live in “asset poverty.” A recent study found that more than 63 percent of...

    Zero Hedge
  • How did Britain get such an awful reputation for its food?

    It was accepted for decades that the UK's food was not up to par, but why? It's got fish and chips and an English fry up. Julia Platt Leonard meets Pete Brown who won't apologise for it anymore

    The Independent
  • Patti LaBelle gets Philadelphia street named after her

    Patti LaBelle is being honored with her very own street in her hometown of Philadelphia. A stretch of Broad Street, between Locust and Spruce Streets, has been renamed "Patti LaBelle Way" for the legendary soul singer. LaBelle appeared at the ceremony Tuesday, where she thanked her supporters and her hometown. The singer reminisced about growing up in the city. "I was a shy little girl from West Philly. To go from shy Patti to Patti LaBelle Way is incredible," she told the crowd, according to...

    WPLG