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Fast Food International: Jollibee

New York Krista Garcia 28 comments

Editor's note: In "Fast Food International," Krista Garcia will take us around New York to the many international fast food chains that have landed in the five boroughs. She blogs at goodiesfirst.com. Country of Origin: The Philippines Locations Worldwide: Around... More

World's Strangest Fast-Food Items

Fast Food Carey Jones 39 comments

Photograph from Tavallai on Flickr The magicians at fast-food chains come up with all sorts of edible creations--each one a little less likely than the last. The San Francisco Weekly lists ten of the world's weirdest, including the White Castle "chicken ring," a Tuna Pie (erk) at Jollibee in the Philippines, and Pita Snacks from Jack in the Box. But are these really the strangest ones out there? I think Domino's Bread Bowl Pasta definitely qualifies. The Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme, too. And there's always McD's--looking beyond our own borders, McDonald's in Hong Kong has served seaweed-flavored French fries; New Zealand, a Quarter Pounder topped with egg and beetroot; and in the Philippines, sweet tomato pasta with hot dogs... More

Woodside's Jollibee Jam-Packed with Nostalgic Filipinos

New York Joe DiStefano 2 comments

The last time I saw this big a crowd at a fast-food joint on Roosevelt Avenue was back when Pollo Campero opened in Corona. So many people have been lining up outside the new Jollibee in Woodside that I'm... More

Jollibee Opening In New York City on Saturday

A Hamburger Today Robyn Lee 9 comments

jollibee.com.ph The Philippines' most popular fast food chain, Jollibee, is opening its first East Coast location this Saturday in Woodside, Queens. Serious Eats contributor Joe DiStefano mentioned the Jollibee opening on our New York site but didn't say too... More

Philippines Fast-Food Giant Jollibee Makes East Coast Debut on Valentine's Day

New York Joe DiStefano 4 comments

White Castle turns into the “Love Castle,” this Valentine’s Day, but based on the throbbing castle graphic on their site, it’s unclear whether this involves white tablecloths and candlelight, as in years past, or bearskin rugs and a 70s... More

LA Times Food Section Roundup: Cooking For Two, Crème Anglaise, and Fast Food

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Regina Schrambling, on tricks to cooking for two: "The best thing about dinner for two is that you can brave dishes that would be too labor-intensive and time-consuming for a crowd. You can fry up little corn cakes to top with smoked salmon and crème fraîche, or skillet-roast a whole duck cut in half, or sauté two skate wings that can go from skillet to plate without waiting for four or six more to be cooked. But when you want a night to remember, you can pull out more stops and spend a little more money. In polling coupled friends on their ideal menu with wine but no cliché roses, I found the ingredients and dishes always differed, but the... More

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