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MARIAN RIVERA covers this year’s Appetite Issue as Chef Bruce Ricketts creates a five-course feast based on the superstar's life and career. ISLAND IN THE SUN: We travel up north to La Union to meet the mavericks leaving Manila and making the coastal paradise the next great food destination. WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BRUCE LIM: Writer Yvette Tan talks to the candid and controversial chef and finds out the secret success he’s had after closing several restaurants. ATYPICAL TOKYO: Lucky Peach contributor and former Tokyo resident, C.B. Cebulski, reveals the best izakaya destinations off the beaten path. RED, WHITE, AND FOOD: In the wake of Donald Trump’s electoral victory, J.J. Yulo returns to America and discovers that amidst the politics and tension, it's in food where the country’s diversity not only shines but unites. THE TASTE OF NOSTALGIA: Butch Dalisay sneaks us into the sacred spaces of the best (and most difficult to find) steak room in the city; Jose Victor Z. Torres traces the history of Manila's "Mami of Choice" as a cultural icon and a straight up tasty eatery; and Miguel Jaime G. Ongpin revisits his favorite haunt in Little Tokyo as rumors of the compound’s closing break out. PLUS: An interview with Chef David Lai whose Neighborhood is where chefs go to in Hong Kong; Tommy Hafalla’s stunning visual account of food rituals in the Cordilleras; and delicious new fiction by R. Zamora Linmark.

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