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Beef Giniling Guisado

It has been 2 weeks since my last post so I thought it’s just about time to take my laptop out of hibernation and start writing again.   784 more words


Sweet Potato Anyone?

I love sweet potato.  Locally, we call it kamote. Every time we go to the market. I always buy  kilo or two.  I love it any way it is cooked. 158 more words


Simple Pork Adobo Recipe

In the Philippines, pork adobo is a dish braised in garlic, soy sauce, oil, and vinegar. Due to its popularity, ease in preparation, and long storage life, it is considered the national dish among the Filipinos. 774 more words


Easy Pork Binagoongan Recipe

Today, I made pork adobo and pork binagoongan. And I ate TONS of rice in the process! My ultimate food cravings for this third pregnancy have been Filipino food. 825 more words


Chicken Adobo

Adobo a popular dish in the Philippines. Not to be confused with Spanish adobo, the process involves meat, seafood, or vegetables marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic, which is browned in oil, and simmered in the marinade. 704 more words


Maynila: Making Philippine Cuisine Mainstream in the U.K.

Maynila is a Filipino food website seeking to inform and share a love of Filipino food with Brits and the world.

Foodies and college friends Charl Asuit and Roni Bandong created the site when they found a surprising paucity of Filipino food options during their many forays into Britain’s multicultural food scene. 86 more words

Filipino Cuisine

Pancit Bato

So they call this pancit bato.  It is another noodle type very similar to the usual pancit canton  which I am familiar with. This was made in Bicol, a  town called Bato so you can deduce  why it was named such.  95 more words