I am proud to say I am certified in plant-based nutrition! Certified, I tell you!
It just means I’m a legit vegan who can preach and do the sign of the carrot.
I also host “The PETA Podcast.”
Here’s my interview with author Jackie Day. Her book, “The Vegan Way,” is a good guide to help
you get to your vegan goal. Listen here:
Hey DFS watchers/listeners:
No leek soup recipes here. Just the good stuff. Vegan, no oil recipes actually used (you can see the kitchen scars), battle-tested, and consumed.
Potato Pancakes and Pumpkin Bread pudding. Some from FOK. Some from other sources. Enjoy.
Now for the Feldman #1194, just want to say I had not heard about Giuliani’s leakiness until after. I am sensitive to these things being a person of color myself.
So I know Rudy’s pain is greater than his Borat movie shirt-tuck. (That is all he did, tuck. A shirt. What the tuck?) But to leak on himself during a press conference. This is worst than a leaky diaper. Depends? Ok how about a leaky colostomy bag?
Oh, instead we settled for another round of Toobing.
We’re practicing social distancing and being ZoomFunny these days, telling stories. Go to Facebook to my Emil Guillermo page donate to the Filipino American National Historical Society Museum fundraiser, and come to a story telling workshop Sunday, April 26th at 2pm Pacific. Special guests!
Then send me an email here or an FB message and I will send you the Zoom details.
We’ll tell stories to each other about being Filipino American!
For 25 years I’ve written my “Amok” column from an Asian American perspective in the ethnic media, starting in Asian Week, and now home-based at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund website.
And this is one about a vegan Filipino restaurant in the Bay Area.
Emil Amok—Emil in a minute or so. He says what’s on your mind and his!
You can shove the big yellow thing off the pancake and use a light dousing of the maple syrup to limit calories. These are the ube pancakes at Nick’s on Grand, a legit Filipino VEGAN place. Weekends only for the pancakes (served with vegan bacon). Check out the vegan lechon and vegan sissig! Fat still an issue. But no animal fat. You’ll get all the Filipino flavor without the cruelty. Worth checking out if you’re near South San Francisco.
Check out Emil’s columns on http://www.aaldef.org and on amok.com. Twitter @emilamok