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Top 3 Filipino Vegetable Dishes, And How To Cook Them

  It’s the start of a new year, and for many people in the Philippines, it’s the season for adventures. However, it can actually be a season for eating healthy food, and it shouldn’t be made as an excuse to pig out,

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2 Super-Tasty and Easy to Prepare Ilonggo Dishes

Of the 80-plus provinces of the Philippines, IloIlo is heralded as one of the most vibrant, and most colorful. Perhaps it’s because the locals are gentle and have a laid-back lifestyle, and are very generous. The province also has a colorful history

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Philippine Cuisine: Sago’t Gulaman

Summer is near and the humid temperature enters slowly like a creeping samurai on the loose. In a tropical county like the Philippines, the climate makes everyone sweat. That is why Philippines is well-liked by foreign visitors during the summertime.

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Philippine Cuisine: Durian Candy

Be mesmerized by its sweetness — a taste you could never imagine and an invention to dominate your taste buds. A candy for all the ages… durian candy. Philippine Cuisine has now seen the greatness of durian candy. Its sweetness

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Mixture of Cream, Spice and Bicol Express

It’s been taken for granted by many that Bicol Express is a dish that originated from Bicol and is considered as an indigenous dish from the said region. As a matter of fact, Cely Kalaw, owner of The Grove – Luto ng

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