Food and Drinks

Potluck Usuals You Would

Always Be Glad to

See on Any Pinoy

Salo-Salo

by Anne Marielle Eugenio, December 20, 2019 3:50pm

Art by Ahl Mirambel

Food and Drinks

Potluck Usuals You Would Always Be Glad to See on Any Pinoy Salo-Salo

by Anne Marielle Eugenio, December 20, 2019 3:50pm
Art by Ahl Mirambel
 

For Filipinos, any occasion is a call for potluck celebrations. Whenever there’s a potluck, we can already predict the dishes and desserts we would spread on the table. But just because they are staples don’tmean we love them less. We will always be thrilled to share these usuals with our loved ones.

Spaghetti With Meat Sauce from Amber

You could never go wrong with spaghetti. Young or old, they would love a sweet Filipino-style pasta that would remind them of home and holidays. Amber’s Spaghetti with Meat Sauce is an easy favorite—just imagine the carefully placed hotdogs on top!

 
 
 
 
 
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Barbecue from Lola Ote

Barbecues make great ulam or pulutan. They should never be absent on our potluck table. Lola Ote gives a variety of grilled options, including an 18-inch barbecue that will surely satisfy guests.

 
 
 
 
 
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Pichi-Pichi from Don Benito

Filipino kakanin is a safe and yummy dessert to contribute. Don Benito’s pichi-pichi come in separate bite-sized service so everyone can have their share. You can also add its cassava cake to your potluck contribution.

 
 
 
 
 
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Cake from Red Ribbon

Every occasion calls for a cake to share, and Red Ribbon knows exactly what we need. Chocolate, Ube, Mocha—they have our usual favorites that scream classic. Feel free to share the rolls, square cakes, and other desserts with your friends and family.

 
 
 
 
 
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Pancit Malabon from Pancit ng Taga Malabon

We can’t let Noche Buena or Christmas parties pass by without pancit, be it Bihon, Canton, or Malabon. We crave for those noodles with veggies, chicken, or seafood as extra ingredients on top. Pancit ng Taga Malabon will make your tables extra festive with their Pancit Malabon for sure.

Lechon Manok from Chooks-to-Go

What’s a great pair for pasta and noodles? Roasted chicken might be the partner you are looking for. Head over to Chooks-to-Go and bring forth its famous “masarap kahit walang saucelechon manok.

 
 
 
 
 
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Lechon from Lydia’s Lechon

Festive times call for festive food measures! Lechon shouldn’t be forgotten. Lydia’s Lechon offers a convenient lechon in a box—chopped roasted pork that can feed 10 to 12 people. They also have party packages if you want to bring other Pinoy dishes.

Watch out for these on your next potluck party. Let’s make sure everyone can have a share of different dishes, and of course, bonding and conversations.

 
 

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