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Food Citations | February 19, 2018

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Pork and Tuyo Soup Recipe

August 6, 2014 |

One thing I hate about my two Labrador Retrievers are their immunity to cold weather.

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Tuyo Spaghetti Recipe

April 10, 2014 |

Dried fishes are among the Philippines – or probably Southeast Asia’s – staple food. Despite this is foul to foreigners, we are still proud of them.

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Philippines’ Cheap, yet All-Time Favorite Dish

November 15, 2011 |

Whatever status you have, whoever or  wherever you are, I know you will going to mouth water for this post. This enlisted all time Filipino favorite dish that have been there in the earliest years, yet won’t cost you so much.

I have friends in the higher classes who enjoy these dishes. I have balik-bayan sister, relatives and friends that whenever they are in the Philippines they always request for such. I know it’ll be a torture for Filipinos outside the Philippines as they will again miss Philippines. But what can I do?! It’s food blog.

Anyway, are you guys now ready?….. Therefor, aim and read!!!

Nilagang Kangkong with Bagoong and Kamatis

Kangkong or water spinach was used in the Philippines as all time ingredients to many dish. But, many people around the Philippines actually dig this as a meal.  Me, I love this vegetable especially when it is boiled; and with kamatis (tomato) and sweetened bagoong (shrimp paste) on the side. I will chow them upon seeing that it was our viand.

All classes of families here in the Philippines actually love this. Maybe because of our tradition. Want a proof? Chowking, an international fast food caters this one. They have this Kangkong with bagoong in their menu.

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