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The lugaw worth taking a trip for

When we were living in Bulacan, we used to go to this place for their lugaw and tokwa’t baboy. I have no idea how my parents ever found it. 311 more words

Philippines

Chenes of the Week: Arroz Caldo

I was sick last weekend so although I didn’t feel like eating, I ventured out to find arroz caldo. Literally, arroz means rice and… 286 more words

Chenes Of The Week

Chicken Arroz Caldo

Arroz caldo is a thick rice soup (“lugaw” in Tagalog) popular in the Philippines which is usually a meal on its own. Though the name sounds Spanish which translates to “rice soup”, the dish is of Chinese origin. 391 more words

Filipino

Lugawan ni Bebang

Anong nirereklamo mo sa sabaw na may langaw?
Wala ka sa Glorietta nandito kang Cubao
Dose lang naman ‘yang binayad mo
Presyong pang-plain pero may langaw kang rekado. 106 more words

Filipino

#31happydays: Day 20

O my! It’s already the 20th! Time flies really fast when you’re happy.

Sharing with you one of our favorite breakfast places here in Marikina after our night shift. 78 more words

#31happydays

Over a Spilled Hot Choco and a Donut

I’ve waited for this day to arrive (July 21, 2014) because I ordered half a dozen of Oreo balls to my friend Pong. I was patiently waiting for her in Dunkin’ Donuts here in Pasig City. 361 more words

Personal

Unli Lugaw.... unli sarap!

When you hear the word “Unli” the first thing that comes to mind is – no limit – as in a load…. text or call — but it never crossed my mind that this particular restaurant offers the same option wherein you can have an unlimited order to your heart’s content — which took me halfway my bowl of lugaw before realizing the meaning behind the resto’s name — UNLI Lugaw atbp… harharhar! 121 more words

Food