A Filipino Home Cooking Blog That You Shouldn’t Miss – Asian In America Mag

Here is another food blog that you really should know about. We found this website via a certain Pinterest photo that we find appetizing and amazing. At the time we landed at the original source of that food photo, we are instantly hooked up with this Asian and Filipino foods and recipes blog – AsianInAmericaMag.Com.

Asian In America Mag  is a Filipino home cooking blog owned and managed by Elizabeth Besa Quirino. Elizabeth (or you can call her as Mango Queen since her twitter user name is @Mango_Queen) lives in America with her husband and two sons. She is cooking Asian and Filino foods (almost everyday) for over 25 years. Her blog, asianinamericamag.com, features all her kitchen masterpiece and creations that she has been cooking throughout her life backed up by food photos that she took herself. Indeed she has this amazing food photography skills as well.

If you are a Filipino living in America or a foreigner who wanted to try out Filipino or Asian dish, her blog can be your one stop resource shop since she is cooking her dishes in an American kitchen everyday. Meaning to say, the ingredients or tools she is using can be easily find in a typical American kitchen.

Her food posts and recipes are featured and mentioned numerous times at different newspapers and magazines in America. Below are some of her recent citations and features from respected and highly trusted online newspapers or magazines.

Food Network – Recipe of the Day – August 12, 2011
Elizabeth’s post on Jennifer Perillo’s special recipe for Chocolate-covered Peanut Butter Pie.

The New York Times Diner’s Journal – July 9, 2012
“Asian In America : A succulent, sweet-picy-smoky take on grilled pork shoulder, from the Philippines. With garlic fried rice, my idea of a great side dish.”  – Julia Moskin

Los Angeles Times Daily Dish – November 5, 2012 
Article features Elizabeth and her savory soup recipe. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Elizabeth was still able to use ingredients in her pantry to share a savory soup recipe.

You can read more of her citations and press mentions at this press page of her blog.

If you wanted to know more about Elizabeth and her AsianInAmericaMag.Com blog, follow her on twitter, like her blog’s Facebook page or simply visit her AsianInAmericaMag.Com blog or website (I suggest you subscribe at her mailing list too so you won’t miss any food updates from her).

“Cooking was what I knew best. It was one of my best coping mechanisms.”
Elizabeth Besa Quirino – AsianInAmericaMag.Com

Asian In America Mag Featured At FilipinoFoodsRecipes.Com

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20 thoughts on “A Filipino Home Cooking Blog That You Shouldn’t Miss – Asian In America Mag

  1. Elizabeth @Mango_Queen

    Thank you so much for featuring my blog 'Asian In Americamag " ! I am humbled, thrilled and honored at the same time. It's a privilege to share with you and my friends, blog readers what I learned from my late mom & what I've taught my own sons — Filipino food that's delish & easy to cook! Salamat po! Mabuhay!

  2. fyhmd

    Same here. I am happy to know that Filipino dishes may now be enjoyed in more American kitchens because of Elizabeth's increasingly popular blog.

  3. special education philippines

    This is a nice way to communicate with fellow food bloggers. I like that Miss Mango Queen was the first to comment in this featured post. That really shows the Filipino value of bayanihan. Best wishes for both of you guys. I am a follower. 🙂

  4. Marie

    I will be following her blog. When I was younger, we had slambooks, and under dish, i always write Filipino and my classmates were like, "why filipino dish?not japanese or italian?" I think they are just kidding themselves. We grew up on filipino food. even spaghetti has its own filipino touch 🙂

  5. ElizabethQ

    I came back to read this and am so humbled by all your kindest comments and encouraging support — it really made my day. Maraming salamat po! Mabuhay ang Pinoy!

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