The Filipino Food Movement Rooted in the Bay Area

If you haven’t had a chance to learn about The Filipino Food Movement and Kainbigan, the new Filipino restaurant in Oakland, Bay Area check out last week’s article:

 

Kainbigan Exists to Promote Equality, Community, And Filipino Food

Crispy chicken adobo over garlic noodles

Crispy chicken adobo over garlic noodles

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  1. Pingback: Bay Area Talks: Q & A Interview with Oakland’s Kainbigan | Shift Local

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