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Dining at Cafe Leona, Vigan City by Sinigang Junkie on Jun 30, 2012I've heard about Cafe Leona from several blogs that I follow. And most of them have had great reviews of the restaurant. I, on the other hand, would have to be on the neutral side of things. The famed restaurant by Calle Crisologo was a tourist site...



New find: Teresita's of San Fernando Halo Halo & Palabok in Tomas Morato by MrsMartinez's Raves and Rants on Sep 12, 2011My visit: August 13, 2011 Teresita's of San Fernando Alfredos Bldg.,220 Tomas Morato St., cor. Scout de Guia, Quezon City9218071 A few months ago, we saw a structure being renovated just above Alfredo's. Out of sheer curiosity, we went up t...



Longaniza with Sunny Side Up - The Classic Filipino Breakfast by Adobo At Iba Pa | Filipino Food Celebration on Oct 14, 2010I haven't eaten longaniza in a while as I was trying to cut down on my fat intake but this morning I just couldn't resist as this longaniza breakfast was served by our angels on our breakfast table.  Paired with sunny side up eggs, it was delici...



Cafe Platito atbp. by MrsMartinez's Raves and Rants on Sep 9, 2010August 30, 2010 Platito Coffee ShopUnit #2 Cliff HouseAguinldo Hi- wayMaharika, Tagaytay It was a rainy night in Tagaytay and the restaurant I frequent to, Buon Giorno, was full of diners. We ended up in Cafe Platito ATBP. I don't know if the rain ca...



The Beach, the Bridge, the Sails, and the Sands: Dinakdakan Chronicles (Day 4) by on Sep 5, 2010With an amazing race finally over everyone now has time to finally relax.  Coincidentally, the hotel that we checked-in in Pagudpud was also where I ate lunch the last time I was here!  As much as everyone wanted to check-in earlier to rest, we wer...



A Taste of Poque-Poque: Dinakdakan Chronicles (Ilocos Norte 2010 Revisit) by on Aug 31, 2010Without trying to be naughty as it may sound in some Philippine dialect, Poque-poque is an Ilocano dish made of eggplant with onions, tomatoes, and egg.  It was one of the dishes that I really missed, and it was one of the dishes I got to eat—but...



How to make Longganisa by Panlasang Pinoy on Jun 14, 2009Longganisa (or longanisa, or longaniza) are Filipino chorizos. These cured sausages are famous in almost every Philippine region. The famous varieties of longganisa are : Vigan , Lucban, and Guagua which were named according to the town that they cam...



How to make Longganisa by Panlasang Pinoy on Jun 14, 2009Longganisa (or longanisa, or longaniza) are Filipino chorizos. These cured sausages are famous in almost every Philippine region. The famous varieties of longganisa are : Vigan , Lucban, and Guagua which were named according to the town that they cam...



Yummy Spinach Con Longaniza by Secrets on the Grill on Sep 1, 2008Have you ever had finicky kids who wouldn’t touch vegetables, especially nutrient-rich spinach? Well, it’s probly how you prepare it. Remember, not all kids are like Popeye who could eat spinach straight from the can! So how can you prepare fl...



Yummy Spinach Con Longaniza by Secrets on the Grill on Sep 1, 2008Have you ever had finicky kids who wouldn’t touch vegetables, especially nutrient-rich spinach? Well, it’s probly how you prepare it. Remember, not all kids are like Popeye who could eat spinach straight from the can! So how can you prepare fl...