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Shiro Shiro Japanese Restaurant by Table For Two Dates on Feb 21, 2013Early LunchFebruary 17, 2013After attending the Sunday Mass at Ermita Church, we decided to go for a walk at Roxas Boulevard and to also have our brunch. Actually, we already had a food place in mind but then we were enticed by this restaurant.Judgin...



tuguegarao pammigat by Makan on Dec 24, 2012Christmas parties, foods, foods, and drinks, and drinks. Mostly fatty food intake that traditionally defines a Pinoy holiday celebration. And the morning after that noche buena feast, you’ll crave for some light, simple breakfast to do away the...



sadiay ballesteros by Makan on Dec 2, 2012In a writers’ gathering in Ballesteros, Cagayan, besides the comfy tilapia sinigang, we were feted with these sumptuous dishes… The obligatory beef kappukan, spiced with green chili:   And this mouth-watering beef “steak”...



Taboan Market Cebu Cebu is known for their Dried fish products... by The Boy Who Fell Asleep In the Kitchen on Oct 6, 2012Taboan Market Cebu Cebu is known for their Dried fish products that’s why when I found myself on Cebuano soil I didn’t let the chance pass me by and went to Tabo-an market to buy some danggit. Danggits are traditionally preserved food. Fish and o...



Dried Fish by La Vita e Bella on Sep 23, 2012You know ur Monday is starting good when you have Daing for Breakfast.. Seriously one of those cheap foods i love.. I get to eat a lot when my Mum cooks this...



Trip to Taboan in Cebu City – Dried Fish etc… by Trip Ko on Jul 15, 2012One of the most memorable places you could ever visit in Cebu is Taboan. And it is not due of the beauty of the place but because of the smell that lingers on your nose but that sticks to your … Continue reading →...



daing nga igat by Makan on Jun 22, 2012Guess what this is? Yeah, right, you’ve there a gargantuan daing, and it’s igat! Dried river eel caught in the Pinacanauan River in Peñablanca, Cagayan. I literally salivated, of course, I have no shame, basta makan, basta pagkain, eheh...



More Daing by The Gilbert Galvez Photo Blog on May 1, 2012More Daing...



Bantayan's Famous Buwad is the Best by jeanbeltran on Mar 29, 2012There's no better way of preserving fish than drying it out by the heat of the great star. Dried fish or Buwad as what we call it in Cebuano language. Now Bantayan Island is not just famous with its white and long sand beaches; they also boast their...



Ensalada de Okra by Viand Everyday on Mar 17, 2012Ensalada de OkraMy hubby's nephew named Butch craved for something different, he wanted to eat veggies and he missed his mom's enseladong talong. With that, he invented this one.. Haha.. He called it Enselada de Okra with diving dried fish hehe.. It...