Fatboy zine : the Philippines 2000-2002.

  • O'Leary, Chris
  • Books

About this work


"We're proud to announce the release of FBZ #2. This issue focusses on a specific location; the Philippines. Continuing our documentation of Asian food culture, we look at the rich diversity of Filipino food, highlighting the subtly and chaos through 8 recipes made of opposing flavours (fatty & acidic, sweet & tart). The zine explores how this food culture can be unrepresented, but definitely not undervalued. Recipes in this issue include the classics Halo-Halo, Lumpia, Leche Flan & Ube Ice Cream."--From zinester's website. http://fatboyzine.com/shop.html


[United Kingdom] : Fatboy Zine, [2019]
Philippines 2000-2002

Physical description

28 unnumbered pages : chiefly colour illustrations ; 21 cm


FATBOY is a diary and cook book. Mapping recipes I recorded from my time in China and the Philippines, before bringing them to England. The recipes in this book are what I learned from my family growing up. Showing just how naturally food crosses all distances.
Title from cover and titlepage.
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Ube ice-cream -- Halo halo (mix mix) -- Leche flan -- Bistek Tagalog -- Plantain fritters -- Veggie pancit -- Okra and pak choi -- Lumpia, Filipino spring rolls.



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