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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


Noypi Sunday

Just hours ago we were at an Asian Food Market. I was ecstatic! LOL. :lol:


The first Asian market I visited in Oregon. They are located in 10500 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97005.

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Mango noodle salad with a bagoong lime dressing

After my trip to the Philippines in late 2014, my friends and I had a potluck reunion to look at photos and videos from our trip. 339 more words



Who’s up for some greens? It’s time to get healthy! If it weren’t for my vegetarian guests, I wouldn’t have discovered this place that is trying to promote a healthy lifestyle so thanks to you lol. 358 more words


Tuna Bagoong Pasta

Bagoong is a Philippine condiment made of partially or completely fermented shrimp or fish and salt. It’s often paired with raw mango or other dishes like kare-kare (Filipino “curry” with peanut butter). 236 more words


Mee Noodle Bar & Restaurant Libis

It’s always nice to have good friends who also share your passion. Someone who is eager to try something new, someone who is not afraid to get fat, someone who you can laugh and talk with while stuffing good food down your mouth (yeah, bad manners!). 348 more words