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  • Let Us Dance The Beat of Avocado Salsa
    on Jul 22, 2012 in fruit salsa avocado Vegetable
    Avocado SalsaAs part of my continuous recovery, I am oblige to discover healthy food that are locally available here in the Philippines. Every Sunday, it is my routine to go to the market to buy stock for the whole week, this will lessen the time and...
  • The Famous Ensaladang Pako
    on Jul 18, 2012 in salad Vegetable
    After experiencing a two times of seizure, I was more conscious of my food intake. I make sure that there is always a vegetable and fruits in every meal, I limit the rice in my plate to one scoop and increase those recipe that I know it can boost my...
  • There's A Fetus In My Palate
    on Apr 17, 2012 in Poultry Ducks
    , Aside from Chinese, Vietnamese, Laotian, Cambodian and Filipino, maybe the most disgusting food that a foreigner may consider in their list is the balut. According to Tim Cameron of Cracked.com, he listed balut as his top "Most Terrifying Food...
  • How Do You Carry Kare-Kare?
    on Mar 19, 2012 in Kapampangan beef
    Just I have thought that curry dishes (Indian food) is similar to the well-known Kapampangan dish "Kare-Kare". The looks maybe similar but the preparation is very different. So what is kare-kare anyway?Kare-Kare is considered a stew dish which need t...
  • Halo-halo, The Seasonal Flavor of Summer
    on Mar 10, 2012 in Snacks dessert
    Because Philippines is known as a tropical country, the weather during the summer months are extremely hot. Every Filipino have its own way to beat the heat. Some are spending their vacation in the beach to refresh their body from the humid of summer...
  • The Magic of Adobo
    on Mar 3, 2012 in Pork Chicken
    Philippines maybe known for one food trademark in terms of cuisine. And that's Adodo. Foreigners can recall our country with this food. Ask them if what's their favorite Filipino food and they will say Adobo.As it was expected, Adobo was first introd...
  • The Intriguing Lokot-Lokot
    on Feb 25, 2012 in delicacy Zamboanga dessert
    Fascinated by its name, lokot-lokot was not really prominent in the entire Philippines. When I first heard the word "lokot", the first thing that it crossed in my mind is like a thing that you rolled. Then my guessed had not missed. THE ORIGIN OF THE...
  • The Two Variations of Ilocandia Empanada
    on Feb 10, 2012 in Pork Ilocano Vegetable
    Here on earth, everything have its own contrast. They might be the same in physical aspect but totally different its innate ability or maybe they have the same name but the outside look speaks for itself.Why I have said that statement? Well, it's bec...
  • Sizzling Sisig, the Unexpected Delicacy
    on Jan 30, 2012 in Kapampangan Pork pulutan
    There are good things that happen unexpectedly when we experiment. Experimentation is a process to discover something new that could lead to create another thing. This had happened to Lucia Cunanan of Angeles City, Pampanga when she discovered sisig...
  • It's More Fun With Sinigang
    on Jan 26, 2012 in Pork
    If there's one dish that Filipinos may call their own, probably it's the Sinigang.Sinigang is a kind of stew dish known for its sour taste. It's often attach to the fruit of tamarind or sampalok. Every region has its own ingredient to use depending o...
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