Blog Posts on traditional filipino dishes




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Holiday Lechon Paksiw: Ready-to-Eat Canned Food Products In Cebu by Where Is Cebu on Mar 16, 2013There is one thing that would surely hit in the festivities in every town of Cebu whether it is for small & big events, or either it could be a birthday parties, anniversaries, weddings, town fiesta’s and etc. The presence of the whole piec...



Classic Polvoron by on Feb 27, 2013One of my favorite memories growing up is making polvoron and yema with my sister. Aaah, the smell of burnt of flour… I thought of making polvoron because I want to increase Aki’s milk intake. According to our favorite pedia in the whole...



Adobo Pasta, Two Ways by on Oct 21, 2012Adobo will remind me always of the best time of my young adult life, being a dormer. Every time I went home to Elbi, my mom would give me a big jar filled with adobo. I would keep this jar in the shared ref, hoping no one will steal my food. Whenever...



Kinilaw(kilawin) na Cream Dory by on Sep 18, 2012I read somewhere that when the first Spaniards came to the Philippines some 500 years ago, one of the things that they noted was that the yet-to-be-colonized Filipinos were savages. This is because our ancestors ate uncooked meat. The “uncooked...



Anatomy of Pakbet by Charged to Experience on Oct 3, 2010INGREDIENTS: soy meat tomato ampalaya okra pumpkin onion eggplant garlic soy sauce fish paste Sauted and served with rice.