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Filipino Cuisine Will Be All The Rage In 2017 In The U.S.

January 12, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Food trend watchers might be right at last about Filipino cuisine being the next big thing. Using Google as a key metric, searches for “Filipino food” have doubled since 2012. Searches for the term “lumpiang” – it’s a crunchy Filipino spring roll – have gone through the ceiling (up 3,350 percent). Food writer Kate Krater is certain Filipino food will be a phenomenon in 2017 for several reasons, including the fact that a “marquee restaurant” – Bad Saint in Washington, D.C. – landed in the No. 2 spot on Bon Appétit’s annual Best New Restaurant list for 2016. A high-profile chef (lvin Cailan) has become a Filipino food champion. And Filipino-style restaurants are popping up all over the U.S  [ Lumpiang frying, iImage credit: © BrokenSphere, Wikimedia  ]
Kate Krader, "Filipino Food Is the Next Big Thing—Again", Bloomberg Pursuits, January 12, 2017, © Bloomberg L.P.
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