Items related to foodways research of Philippine-Louisiana Historical Society in partnership with the Southern Food and Beverage Museum.
Philippine-Louisiana Historical Society
FAHM Event at Jean Lafitte National Historical Park in the French Quarter. The event included cooking demos by Kim Samaniego and a history exhibit by Dr. Randy Gonzales.
"'There has to be Lechon': A Celebration in the Filipino Community" is a short ethnographic film focusing on a Filipino community that gathered occasionally to attend services and social events in Talisheek, Louisiana, the home of Pastor Lito who…
Image to advertise the Filipino Food Festival hosted by PLHS and the Southern Food and Beverage Museum.
FAQ outlining the Philippine-Louisiana Historical Society foodway project and the partnership with the Southern Food and Beverage Museum.
Handout to encourage participation in a foodways survey. The survey is designed as a first step in understanding the relationship Filipinos in Louisiana have with Filipino food.
Recipe booklet used to promote local uses for dried shrimp.
Recipe card for adobo (spelled "Do-Bo" on the card), a popular Filipino dish. The recipe, typed and laminated, belonged to Ronald Gonzales.
Recipe card from Ronald Gonzales. Card is recipe for pinocino, a dish known in the Philippines as paksiw.