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Pinakbet

Look at this colorful dish. I saw all the squashes at Coop and was wondering why on earth don’t I make Pinakbet? I could almost easily get the ingredients from one grocery with the exception of okra, shrimp paste and for some reason I couldn’t find the bittergourd. 28 more words

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☺ Heaven & Eggs Glorietta ☺

Wє’rє αlwαчs at Glσríєttα 4 αnd wє αlwαчs pαssєd  hєαvєn αnd єggs rєstαurαnt. Wє σnlч tríєd ít rєcєntlч síncє wє’rє rєαllч hungrч αnd thє 393 more words

Food

PINOY MEAT & GULAY

She must have been half blind and her comment smacked of dogmatism. She said that Philippine cuisine is difficult for a PR company to market to an international crowd because it is too meaty. 816 more words

Food Adventure

When It Rains, You Think Of Food....Right?

It’s a rainy Monday and PAGASA said we will have these monsoon rains for the next five days. Typhoon Egay hasn’t left yet and there is another one coming but has not yet  entered the Philippine area of responsibility. 234 more words

Life

Celebrations of Food and Heroism (April 2015)

Today as we celebrate Araw ng Kagitingan or Day of Valor, let’s not forget the greatness of our Filipino ancestors and forefathers who fought during the WW II. 450 more words

The Royal Chef

Tasty Tuesday: Eat Like a Local in the Philippines (Part 2)

What to eat in the Philippines for an authentic Filipino experience? Hear it from an insider. Of course, this insider! Believe me, I know a thing or two about what Pinoys eat.😉 122 more words

Travel

Gerry’s Grill: Maka Pinoy! A Spectacular Experience in Filipino Cuisine

According to renowned food critic and culinary adventurer Andrew Zimmern, Filipino food is the next big thing in global cuisine. And it’s true; during our trips and adventures, we have talked to foreigner travelers who have wondered why Filipino cuisine is so underrated when in fact, every meal is actually a unique and amazing dining experience. 1,172 more words

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