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Learn a little bit about Filipino food

The Philippines may not be a South Asian or Middle Eastern country, but it’s a worthy guest on the blog! With diverse cultures and influences from across Asia and Europe (including Spain, India, Malaysia, and China), the Philippines is home to one of the most distinct cuisines in the world: the “Pinoy” or Filipino cuisine. 60 more words

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Something Worth A Try

I am afraid  I haven’t been as active posting as much as I like this month. All I have are two blog posts.  And it’s the middle of March. 186 more words

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Love is Sniffed in the Air

In Love with Sisig!

(A Response by Rianne Julian)

Sisig is a famous dish from Pampanga. Pampanga is considered as the “Culinary Capital of the Philippines” 189 more words

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On Filipino Cuisine and Culinary Preferences

(An Exposition by Donn Iglesias)

Many Filipinos today are said to be turning their backs on native culinary delights and are preferring foods that are foreign and popular, for those foods are considered “trending” and are viewed as being more desirable. 145 more words

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To Eat Filipino Food, Or Not to Eat Filipino Food?

Come and Try it!

(A Discussion by Rianne Julian)

One of the reasons why people travel to different places is to get a taste of that location’s famous dishes. 293 more words

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Savored Cuisine in the Philippines

(An Explanation by Jaymee Lacerna)

Philippine Cuisine has originated from Malayo-Polynesian, continues to evolve as new techniques and style of cooking, in Malayo-Polynesian, it is consisted of root crops, vegetables, and seafood. 246 more words

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The Recipe of Philippine's Most Famous Dish

Adobong Baboy (Pork Adobo)

(A Procedure by Angela Lo)

Ingredients:

  • 1-1/2 lb. pork, cut into serving pieces
  • 3 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 1/3 cup vinegar
  • 3 tbsp.
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