In late 2009 in San Diego CA, Malou Perez-Nievera created the food blog Skip to Malou And this is where her culinary journey begins.  She started sharing recipes with a focus on Filipino food… the food of her childhood… the food that fed her soul. This led her to sharing “traditional Filipino Cuisine with a twist” to an online audience. Malou’s passion for cooking and her sharing the stories behind each dish makes her food blog memorable. Her stories are about family, friends and the happiness they all share. And she connected to Filipinos around the globe and a world-wide audience.

Malou has contributed to the  Foodista Best of Food Blogs Cookbook, where her dish was among the 100 selected out of 1,500 recipes. Malou’s recipes have also been featured in New Asian Cuisine Food News Journal, Adoboloco. She's a regular contributor of  8 ListThe Yahoo Voice,  The Daily Meal, Foodipino and Filamnation.  She’s been named one of  Babble’s Top 100 Food Mom Blogs.   

After moving to St. Louis in September 2011, Malou has been featured on local TV stations and magazines, including KSDK News ,KMOVFeast TV  and most recently (March 2015) KPLR11.  She was also been interviewed for Missouri Life Magazine and her recipes have appeared in print in several Manila food magazines, Philippines including ABS-CBN’s Food Magazine and Appetite. 

In 2014, Malou ran a very successful Filipino Pop Up Sunday Brunch in St. Louis and was a featured guest chef in the one of the most coveted, trend setting restaurants in Manila, Purple Yam.
Malou has also led cooking classes in St. Louis, specifically at Whole Foods, Kitchen Conservatory and Dierbergs Cooking School.  She continues to share her recipes online via YouTube through her channel The Skip2Malou Show (with more than 3M views). She is currently working on her first cookbook entitled Connect the Pots.  The cookbook will include snippets of her life journey as an immigrant in America, wherein she always finds home in the kitchen.  She plans to self-publish her cookbook in June, 2015.

Popular U.S. food expert Andrew Zimmern predicts that Filipino Food is the next big thing -so let personal chef and award-winning food blogger Malou Nievera inspire you with her cooking with a Filipino accent.

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