FoodPrints with Chef Sandy Daza in Food Happy Binondo

FoodPrints Binondo

Well-loved food columnist and restaurateur Chef Sandy Daza goes on another season of FoodPrints on the Lifestyle Network. He tries to trace Filipino food history in significant places.

Destination 1 is the heart of Binondo. Chef Sandy explores the heritage streets of Manila Chinatown with guests, food writer Margaux Salcedo and Palanca awardee Yvette Tan, and along the way, he discovers new finds and new friends.

May 18, 8:30 PM — Mark that on your calendars, friends!

Sandy Daza @ Manila ChinatownKiampongEng Bee TinBig Basket of SiomaiYing Ying BreakfastFried Silver Roll with CondensadaHong Ma and Man TauTasty PorkchopMargaux SalcedoRoyal sharksfin Seafood RestaurantAbalone RiceTofu and Scallops TausiPatatimCheers!FoodPrintsSincerity Fried Chicken and Oyster CakeMamiMasukiRubber DuckiesFoodPrints On Cam3-Way Peking DuckKing Chef 3-Way Peking Duck
Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2014

Manila Chinatown Prepares for the Year of the Horse

Ongpin Street, Binondo, Manila

I was with the Lifestyle Network’s FoodPrints team yesterday. The ever vibrant Ongpin Street was at its busiest. It was hard to breathe, what more with a full tummy, doing several rounds of food sampling? Have you gotten yourself lucky charms yet?

Happy 2014, everyone!

Money TreeOngpin St.Binondo ChrurchEng Bee Tin hopia and tikoy storeTikoy Time

Truckloads of tikoy (sticky rice cakes) were everywhere.

Ube SiopaoTikoy SamplerHorses on the SidewalkLuckChinese holidays fruit cart along Manila ChinatownProsperity SymbolsOn a Corner in Manila ChinatownLucky CharmsLion HeadLucky TrinketsThe No Name StoreWatermelon Man on a Street CornerSa may tulay sa Ongpin
Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2014