Qwekqwek is Filipino food 101.  This website is our attempt to show what Filipino cuisine is, where to get it or how to make one. To our non-Filipino visitors: welcome to our deliciously unfamiliar world.  To our fellow Pinoys: let’s explore our cuisine together and be prouder than ever.

Ang Qwekqwek ay mga tala ng karanasan at kuru-kuro patungkol sa pagkaing Pinoy.

Mark de Leyos, an IT consultant by profession, is the glutton behind Qwekqwek. Constantly hungry, he is always sniffing and tasting food from place to place; and most of the time, creating dishes in his own tiny kitchen.

Other mainstay contributors are Dudut Cruz and Joyce Mabanta who are also IT professionals and preeminent eaters in Singapore. The duo shows no mercy to anything delicious around the Lion City.

The website has received exciting postings from many of our readers. Qwekqwek remains open to those who want to share.

For those unfamiliar with Filipino food culture, the term qwekqwek, sometimes spelled as kwekwek, is a popular street food in the Philippines.  It is hard-boiled egg –coated in batter and then, deep fried.  Delicious! We believe qwekqwek is a good representation of Filipino cuisine.  It’s inexpensive, straight-forward and yet satisfying.

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Images courtesy of http://youngcancook.net

Filipino food is more than adobo and pancit.  Let’s start our journey here.

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