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Laswa by Before Six Diet on Mar 1, 2013For lunch today, we had laswa. We mixed all solid vegetables available: papaya called kapayas here, squash or kalabasa, okra, takway (gabi roots) and saykwa or patola and the green leaves at hand: malunggay called balunggay here and saluyot called tu...



a feast of ilokano food exotica... by PINAKBET REPUBLIC on Feb 16, 2013Of course, there's still a sort of exotica when it comes to Ilokano food, whatever being exotic means. And although these are common fares specially in the away or in the barrios/farming communities, it becomes a rare delicacy or exotic even, when th...



ilocos food trip by Makan on Feb 6, 2013On a recent trip to the Ilocos land, we made it as a kind of side trip to enjoy food sightings and indulging as well. So, this is, apparently, a food trip of sort. (Double click on the photos to enjoy a larger, more detailed view.) Mudcrabs (rasa) fo...



2013, baro a tawen, nateng latta by Makan on Jan 1, 2013And it came to pass, 2012 has gone, and in came 2013. And it’s almost a surprise that this foodblog has aged–already a year old (I started this on December 2011), agasem that? Well, nothing to celebrate, no year-enders here, but to start...



Paksiw na Saluyot by myFresha-licious on Sep 18, 2012My husband is currently cooking paksiw na saluyot.  He'll be bringing it to their office for his dinner since he is already tired and cloyed of the curried dishes, specially curried chicken served by the caterers in their office.   It'...



panagdengdeng 101 by Makan on Sep 13, 2012Yet another dinengdeng/inabraw here. And these are mostly greens, leafy veggie. Which is what dinengdeng or inabraw mostly is, with occasional fruit veggies like sili, utong, tarong, paria, okra, kabatiti, pallang, patani, kardis, karabasa, etc. Some...



pangrabii 1 by Makan on Aug 26, 2012My dinner (pangrabii) the other day… And well, of course, lunch or dinner and even for breakfast, it’s all veggies for me, with some occasional fish or meat. Even if it would be my last supper, I still crave for veggies–I’ll l...



saluyot a napakbet iti lubeg, lubeg-soured saluyot stew by PINAKBET REPUBLIC on Aug 25, 2012Pinakbet a saluyot soured with lubeg fruit. The ubiquitous saluyot, besides being a staple ingredient in a dinengdeng, is also preferred by pinakbet-crazy Ilokanos as a pinakbet a saluyot solo--pinakebbet as in stewed dry with bugguong juice and s...



saluyot, rabong, pako by Makan on Jun 24, 2012These are my recent sida (ulam, viand) the passed days. Personally cooked by me for my personal consumption and  enjoyment, heheh! I love these simple poor man’s food/dishes. It maketh me strong, it manifests my being an Ilokano veggie freak.



Laswa by Before Six Diet on Apr 5, 2012By GERLIE M. UYFOR LUNCH. Pito ka klase sang panakot para sa laswa.The tradition among "experts" in laswa is that one has to have an odd number of ingredients in order for the laswa to taste good. We describe the mixture "sampat" here in Negros Occ.1...