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Paolo Espanola

Unity Dinner: Knocking Out Hunger in Rural Philippines

Unity Dinner: Knocking Out Hunger in Rural Philippines

For those of you unfamiliar with The Errant Diner, that’s Paolo’s chef-moniker (much as insists he’s not a chef). Along with Hidden Apron, his collective of like-minded not-chefs, he caters private events, hosts pop-ups and generally kicks ass at all things gastronomic. Significantly, a portion of the proceeds from every Hidden Apron event benefits Advancement for Rural Kids (ARK), a nonprofit working to end hunger and malnutrition and improve school attendance among rural children in the Philippines.

Questions from the Motherland

Questions from the Motherland

"But that's not reeaalllly Filipino food though, is it?" Definitely an if-I-had-a-penny phrase if I've ever heard one mentioned.

Filipino Enough? The #FKEDUP Team Questions the Question in Boston

Filipino Enough? The #FKEDUP Team Questions the Question in Boston

In this two-part lookback of the first #FKEDUP live collaboration in Boston this past February, Errant Diner, Paolo Espanola, and Filipino Kitchen's Sarahlynn Pablo reflect on the team’s brunch pop-up and participation in a regional conference for Asian-American college students.