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Thesis Defense

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denise jose

on 19 February 2013

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The Tantalizing Tales of a Pinoy Foodie:
A Collection of Feature Articles on Filipino Food Background of the Project: Lasa: A Guide to 100 Restaurants by Fernandez and Alegre
Food as something beyond a physiological need
Eating out as a discovery/exploration
Special interest: Filipino food
We Filipinos tend to overlook our own food Objectives of the Project Objectives of the Project: a collection of feature articles focused entirely on Filipino food
only includes FIlipino food in and around three schools: Ateneo, UP, and La Salle
feature articles are in the form of reviews (centered on the ambiance, service, and especially the food of the restaurants)
historical/cultural background of the dishes are included as well

1) To promote the Philippine cuisine
2) To educate students about the history and culture behind the Filipino fare Significance of the Project: made more specific than LASA
focuses only on Filipino food to promote the local fare
selected food establishments around Ateneo, UP, and La Salle to target college students Scope and Limitations: Price - includes both cheap and expensive food
Location - only includes establishments that are in the vicinity of the three campuses
How long a food establishment has been around - includes only those that have survived for at least a year Conceptual Framework: Doreen Fernandez: Writing about food requires digging deep into the human experience. To be able to write about food, one would have to draw on the culture that has formed oneself.
Claude Tayag: What we eat is dependent on our social, cultural, religious, and economic backgrounds Methodology: Made a list of all Filipino restaurants in and around Ateneo, UP, La Salle and all the dishes they offered. Selected the five most popular dishes (longganisa, tapa, kare-kare, lechon kawali/bagnet, and sisig) and chose three restaurants to review (1 for each campus) for each dish. Researched on the historical/cultural background of each dish and wrote articles on them. Visited and observed the ambiance, service, and food of the selected restaurants and wrote reviews on them. Wrote a conclusion to sum up all key learnings as well as a recommendation for similar projects in the future. Dish #1: Longganisa Banapple (Katipunan) Chocolate Kiss (UP) Dats Mix (Taft) Dish #2: Tapa Rodic's (UP) Sinangag Express (Taft) Sweet Inspirations (Katipunan) Dish #3: Kare-Kare Mama V (Taft) Via Mare (UP) Wooden Spoon (Katipunan) Dish #4: Lechon Kawali/Bagnet 8065 Bagnet (Taft) Bahay Ligaya (Katipunan) Countryside (Katipunan) Dish #5: Sisig C2 (Katipunan) King Sisig (Taft) Mang Jimmy's (UP) Conclusion/Learnings: Three factors that have shaped the Philippine Fare:
1) Landscape
2) History
3) People
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