With just days to go in the month-long drive, the restaurant wants to double its contribution.
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Proceeds from pies go to providing nutrition for those living with life-threatening illnesses.
She's been helping the non-profit organization feed those with life-threatening illnesses for 12 years.
House of Sisig offers a pre-Colonial style of "picnic" eating called kamayan, for groups.
Plus: Women agonize over their diets more than their sex lives; and the search begins for the next El Bulli, all in our morning news roundup.
Also, Cedar Hill, a Southern restaurant, is taking the former Noodle Theory spot in the Marina.
Also, Cafe Rouge butcher Scott Brennan is starting a charcuterie business called Fifth Quarter.