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St. James Parish: The Simple Face of Bolinao by Rammmpa! on Apr 11, 2013They say that you will know the kind of people living in a town or city through its churches. On how the church looks and how the people there when to see it. And when I visited Bolinao, Pangasinan, it was their church - the St. James Parish Church -...



Colorful scramble at Vigan #ad5 #vigan #ilocos #scramble #... by grayons on Apr 4, 2013Colorful scramble at Vigan #ad5 #vigan #ilocos #scramble # #foodporn #instafood #igersmanila #igmanila #foodgasm #nostalgia #childhood #streetfood #colorful #summer #travel #vacation #wanderlust #delicacy...



papait salad ken dinengdeng by Makan on Mar 31, 2013Pait time, again, and this time, let’s enjoy probably the bitterest, the kapapaitan, of them all: papait itself (mollugo oppositifolia; malagoso or sarsalida in Tagalog; it has a name in English, too, it’s slender carpetweed). I usually j...



In Search for Carcar’s Original Pastel-colored Bucarillo by Prince Piero on Mar 22, 2013Written by Romeo Nicolas Bonsocan, this essay was submitted as his final (semestral) essay in Comm-1 for his last-semester-in-college at UP Cebu. The photos attached herein are not owned by the author nor he claim ownership on these images. Can y...



artem a bawang, young garlic pickled in ilocos (cane) vinegar by PINAKBET REPUBLIC on Mar 9, 2013Pickled young garlic and chili in cane vinegar. We relish artem or inartem (pickles, pickled), and we fancy pickling, fermenting almost anything in vinegar to freeze the freshness and succulence of fruits and veggies: the usual cool cucumber, carrot...



dinardaraan, dry or soupy? by PINAKBET REPUBLIC on Mar 4, 2013Namaga a dinardaraan a naparabawan iti naparsik a silet. Dinardaraan or dinuguan or blood stew (also called "chocolate" by some folks, and sapsapuriket [usually when it's chicken dinardaraan]) is a unique Pinoy way of turning pork blood, or any anim...



Margec's Deli Cream Horn by Beauty & Lifestyle with KimchiiMommy on Feb 28, 2013Mom left the house yesterday, but before she went out, she asked me what "pasalubong" I'd like to have. Since I've been wanting to try the most-raved about Cream Horn in town, I told mom to bring some of it home. She indeed went home with three bo...



paksiw a dalag ken dinengdeng by Makan on Feb 27, 2013A respite perhaps from my all-dinengdeng, all-nateng feasting, I’d let myself a luxury of having some fat fish for dinner the other day. But not without a dinengdeng to accompany it, of course! This is dalag, also called attasi (in Cagayan) and...



kilawen a sosay by Makan on Feb 26, 2013Sosay it is, one one the many monikers of tanigue or tangngigue or sailfish, swordfish, or big Spanish mackerel whatever, which, aside for being made into a savory sinigang, is most preferred into a tasty and spicy kilawen.   Still on our Iloc...



dinardaraan, imbaliktad, kappukan by Makan on Feb 20, 2013Just recently, I was lucky enough to taste a great pork dinardaraan to go with drinks. And to make the opportunity and the experience greater and tastier is that the dinardaraan was served with a pair of Ilokano food greats–that of kappukan and...