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Anthony Bourdain thinks this Filipino dish is ‘exactly what you need after a few beers’

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Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain has devoured his direction of all the countries, and is persuaded he’s observed The One.

That dish is sisig from the Philippines, a local street meat bowl made from chopped parts of a pig.

He’s so sure of it, he’s moved ahead and said it could be the next big-hearted thing globally.

He told CNN Philippines that the sizzle, crispy pork dish is “perfectly well placed to win the hearts and minds “of the worlds” as a whole.

“I think it’s the most likely to convince people abroad who have had no exposure to Filipino food to maybe looking further and analyse further beyond sisig, ” he said.

“I think that’s the one that’s gonna hooking them.”

I mean, only look at it sizzle ūüėõ TAGEND

You can practically smell the crispy pork bits already ūüėõ TAGEND

Filipino food was “ascendant” and “underrated, ” Bourdain added, and a lot of Filipinos couldn’t agree more ūüėõ TAGEND

American palates have changed “drastically, ” Bourdain said, and people are increasingly going to embrace meat that has more sour and bitter mentions, like Filipino cuisine.

Sisig which also refers to marinading meat in a sour liquid like lemon or vinegar is generally served with a lime and chili peppers.

Bourdain told CNN Philippines that sisig has also assured a spot in his upcoming street food haven, which is slated to open in 2019 two years later than expected.

The celebrity chef’s predictions come after Bad Saint a eatery run by Filipino-American chef Tom Cunanan was named second in Bon Aptit ‘s higher-ranking of America’s Best New Restaurants in 2016.

Bourdain who’s tripped throughout the world filming food and trip displays since 2002 has exclaimed his love for sisig before, in its response to devotees back in 2014 ūüėõ TAGEND

The chef wrote in CNN last year about how his daughter who had a Filipino nanny when she was young is no stranger to Filipino food like sisig, sinigang( sweet and sour soup) and adobo( meat or seafood and veggies marinated in vinegar, soy sauce and garlic ).

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