After a homesick intern inspired a group of Filipino-American coworkers to start a weekly lunch club, they all began to realize how much they missed — and needed — a taste of their shared heritage.
Kamayan is the traditional Filipino way of eating — without utensils. But it's also a generous shared meal of time-honored colorful foods that creates camaraderie. And it's catching on in the U.S.
Like many girls around the world, Wilma Consul had kitchen duty growing up in the Philippines — and resented it. But today making a childhood dish brings back fond family memories.