Ready-to-cook meals have instantly became one of the most famous quarantine cuisines. Amid the immense amount of downtime consequently given to Filipinos, they still resorted to foods that can be made in under 30 minutes, mostly because of how budget-friendly those are.
To pass time during the longest lockdown so far, Filipinos remained productive through various activities that can be done indoors. Some chose to learn new skills, some turned to baking, while some tried to achieve a glow up.
Speaking of glow ups, these local artists thought that it would be fun to re-visualize how the Lucky Me! Pancit Canton would look like through their aesthetic. You be the judge of how they really went to town!
Have a taste of these Filipino artists’ versions of the Lucky Me! Pancit Canton in the new normal.
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