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Jamie Sogn is a Filipino American writer who loves to explore food, culture, and everything in between. Originally from the Seattle area, she lived in Los Angeles before heading East. A recovering attorney, she now works for a small tech startup and her writing can be found on Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global. She currently lives in New York City with her husband and dog. She often dreams of the West Coast and lumpia.
 

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Kamayan dining with grilled fish, fried shrimp, eggplant, grilled squid and rice | Pampanguena Cuisine
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The Migrant Kitchen

Eat with Your Hands: Filipino Kamayan Dining from the San Fernando Valley to the Mission

Kamayan, or eating with your hands, is one thing that is truly Filipino. In the U.S., the trend of diners seeking unique experiences has seen kamayan dining enjoy a surge in popularity in recent years.
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