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First Glimpse: Gen San and Gusteau’s for a Day by The Tourist Trap on Apr 12, 2013I recently went to General Santos for a business agenda. This trip came as a surprise since it was only planned two days before my actual departure. I came unprepared [...]...



Kinilaw na Tanigue by Filipino Style Recipe on Mar 19, 2013Filipino Style Recipe: kinilaw na tanigue is a raw fish salad made of fresh tanigue mixed with vinegar, garlic, onion, ginger, calamansi juice, salt and pepper. This dish is another Filipino delicacy and usually served as appetizer or pulutan. Make s...



kaggo & karibuyo by PINAKBET REPUBLIC on Feb 25, 2013Kaggo & karibuyo soup. Kaggo is a big clam found in brackish and muddy waters in Cagayan, where rivers or swamps meet with the sea or sea water, usually under or along nipa trees. Also called kappo in other places, it i...



What To Feed Your Guests (Part 2) by lifeisacelebration on Jan 29, 2013Other Asian countries have their sour broth equivalents, but our very own “sinigang” stands on its own in all its “Filipino-ness”. Those who’ve left the country to work abroad invariably served their own versions of sini...



What To Feed Your Guests (Part 2) by lifeisacelebration on Jan 29, 2013Other Asian countries have their sour broth equivalents, but our very own “sinigang” stands on its own in all its “Filipino-ness”. Those who’ve left the country to work abroad invariably served their own versions of sini...



Caliente, Ilocano Cow or Carabao Skin Salad by Overseas Pinoy Cooking on Jan 22, 2013Caliente, Ilocano Cow or Carabao Skin Salad. I would like to share another Ilocano exotic food, the Caliente. Caliente is made up of cow or carabao skin boiled for several hours till tender and chewable. The boiled skins are then cut into slices the...



once upon a November day by Confessions of A drama queen on Nov 29, 2012{ dinner }~ I told myself not to eat but then again there's food waiting for me I just took a bite a BIG bite ~~ the ever present kinilaw ni Karla ~~ puso ng saging ~~ Crispy Pata ~someone was really hungry and ate most of it! ~ I look sad in th...



Eat All You Can at Probinsya: Home of Lutong Pinoy by Davao Information Site on Nov 28, 2012  Food is always associated with bonding moments with family, friends, and colleagues. There’s nothing happier and more meaningful than eating foods that delight our very own  palate, the Filipino foods – that’s what Probinsya...



Kinilaw by *dukeofspade by Filipino Cuisine on Oct 31, 2012Kinilaw by *dukeofspade...



psychkyoko: So, this dish is called ‘Kinilaw na Tanguegue”,... by Filipino Cuisine on Oct 14, 2012psychkyoko: So, this dish is called ‘Kinilaw na Tanguegue”, which is some sort of a raw fish that you season with vinegar, tomatoes, ginger, onions, salt, and a lot more. “Kinilaw”, I think, is the Filipino version of sashimi because both a...