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Adeline’s Catering is a restaurant serving authentic Filipino food in the world’s largest village, Skokie (Illinois, Chicago). Adeline’s first started as a Filipino store run by Victor Ricolcol in October 1999. It was doing well until the 9/11 tragedy in the USA. Things have changed after the 9/11 terror attack in the USA. Adeline’s moved to its present location in 4016 Main St. Skokie, Illinois in 2004 and started to cook Filipino food. The authentic Filipino food served in Adeline’s has won the hearts of the many Filipinos who are longing to taste again the food they have used to eat back in the Philippines and the Americans who have always been curious and charmed with the food that originated from the Philippines. Victor was driven by passion, determination and self-motivation as he defies the new business climate in the American economy. He gives credit to the quality of food and customer service in Adeline’s for it has remained strong in the business for twelve (12) long years. Adeline’s was able to gain customer loyalty because of this – high quality food and services and yet affordable.
“The Best in the World” That was how TV chef Anthony Bourdain described Lechon in the Philippines in his show No Reservations. Watch the video below. It was also quoted in Time Magazine where the popular chef declared Philippines Lechon as the the “Best Pig Ever.” Photo Credit: http://pinoylife.com/2009/02/17/anthony-bourdain-hails-lechon-as-the-best-pig-ever/ Coming from TV chef Anthony Bourdain, who[…]
It’s the time of the year again when one of the most popular fiesta is celebrated in Davao. Kadayawan Festival is held every third week of August. Derived from the friendly greeting Madayaw, it means good, valuable, superior or beautiful. Like other Filipino festivals, Kadayawan is a thanksgiving of sort – a celebration of life,[…]
The first time I’ve known sisig was when it was a popular pulutan for drinking sprees. The first sight of it didn’t really appeal to me. It simply looked like a mixture of stuff that I don’t know of. But I must admit that it smelled delicious. And so I tried to have a taste[…]
Considered as a national dish in the Philippines, Adobo is that one particular food that can be so versatile hence it never goes out of style. Ask any Filipino living abroad of what they miss in the Philippines and Adobo is often in the list. When you say Philippines, along with jeepney, balut among others, Adobo will always[…]
Also known as Flower Festival, Panagbenga Festival is an annual celebration in the Philippines every month of February. A famous month-long event in Baguio City, a lot of local and international tourists come to the summer capital of the Philippines to witness the parade of fresh beautiful flowers and street dance in Session Road in[…]
Manila is a much-publicized place because of its crowded places, the famous Luneta Park where the country’s hero monument is being displayed, the Laguna de Bay where you can sit around with your family or loved ones at the seaside while watching the perfect sunset to come down, the bright lights during the night, and[…]
Lechon Baboy is one of the most popular traditional foods for Filipinos. It is considered to be the star in the table during fiesta, birthdays or any grand event for Filipino families. Lechon Baboy is a pork cuisine that originated in Spain; lechon is a pig that is roasted in a low hot fire over[…]
Anderson Cooper, the primary anchor of the CNN news show Anderson Cooper 360°, witnessed firsthand the true spirit of the Filipino people when he arrived in Tacloban City five days after it was battered by super typhoon Yolanda (International code: Haiyan). He saw the face of tragedy on every Filipino he met in the now[…]
The Festival. You may not believe it but, the number one main food dish of Filipino is now in AMERICA!!! Yes, you read it right. In Chicago there is a festival which is called the “ADOBO FEST.” The festival started last 2008 by a Filipino-American Network; because of the large population of Fil-Am community in[…]
What Makes It Special? Rain or shine adobo is considered to be the all-time favorite dish of Filipinos, with its golden brown texture, put some right amount of soy sauce with extra spices and add a little bit of salt (if you like); you will able to fathom why a lot of people are craving[…]