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Milagros Private Kitchen – Maglabe Drive

Milagros Private Kitchen hosts intimate gatherings and offers a unique and private outdoor dining experience in the comfort of a secluded venue. 63 more words


Chili-on-the-side type of Bicol Express

Our short hiatus can only be blamed to our summer holidays where we practically went off-the-grid except for a couple of Instagram snaps from our roadtrip. 654 more words

Main Dish

Ginisang Bagoong

Ginisang Bagoong Alamang or Sauteed Shrimp Paste is always present in my kitchen. I’m in love with. I use it for dishes like Pork Binagoongan… 84 more words


Fish Flakes

Filipinos love fish. They put “patis” (fish sauce – pronounced Pah-Teese) on everything.

I’ve had to learn the Tagalog words for fish sauce (“patis”) and fermented fish sauce (“bagoong” – prounounced Bah-Go-Ong) because clever restaurants claim to serve vegetables but, as a vegan, I don’t believe it! 342 more words



It has been over two months since I last posted on my blog.  I know I said I would try to post weekly but…no excuses.  What inspired me to start up again was an exciting dining adventure last night. 1,039 more words


Welcome to Lingayen!

Lingayen, which is the first class municipality and capital of Pangasinan Province, was where my grandmother born. We visit the place every summer to cool down ourselves in the nice beach called “Lingayen Gulf” and to celebrate our family clan’s reunion. 665 more words


Street Food 

Sliced green mango with “bagoong” 

I took this photo before eating the “hilaw na mangga at bagoong” combo OR the  “unripe mango and fermented fish sauce combo” (sorry if I got that wrong) on a class field trip in Baguio City. 174 more words