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La Preciosa restaurant in Laoag is known first and foremost for its Carrot Cake, this post is however devoted to their version of Bagnet – deep fried boiled pork belly whose ultimate test is its crackling skin and tender succulent meat. 37 more words


Pork Binagoongan

Say hello to my favorite dish, pork binagoongan! What I love about this is the balance of saltiness and sweetness which I like so much. 164 more words


Famous Filipino Foods

Last May, CNN published “50 dishes that define the Philippines” in conjunction with the network’s Culinary Journeys TV series.

“Blessed with an abundance of seafood, tropical fruits and creative cooks, there’s more to Filipino food than the mind-boggling balut (duck embryo). 296 more words

Filipino Cuisine


Type : Provincial, Beach Holiday
Best Date : November – January (warm weather), March-May (hot weather)
Expense :  Cheap
Things to do : Island Hopping, Cliff Jumping, Water sports… 683 more words


Bagoong Fried Rice

A typical pinoy breakfast is sinangag which is usually a day-old cooked rice stir-fried with lots of garlic. I decided to step it up with adding scallions and bagoong (shrimp paste). 159 more words


Bento Baon: Little Yellow Flowers

Today is non-kyaraben bento day. Nonetheless, it didn’t stop me from trying to make my bento pretty.  197 more words

Bento Baon