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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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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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Philippine Cuisine Evolution

As we all know, Philippines was once conquered by different nations with each regime greatly affecting the tradition, culture and exposure of the whole nation. The occurrence of different civilizations in the country has also led to evolution – it’s

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Filipino Food Trivia: Benefits of Tanglad

Every cuisine in the world uses spices and herbs to color their culinary realm. Ranging from chillies, garlic, onion and cumin, it brings flavor to dishes that otherwise turns bland and unappetizing when left unseasoned. Filipino food is also blessed

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Philippine Recipes : Kwek Kwek

As one of the famous street foods in the Philippines, kwek-kwek refers to the boiled chicken eggs covered with orange flour and deeply fried. The name kwek-kwek sounds unusual and funny; however, it is loved by Filipinos aside from isaw

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Philippine Recipes : Bagnet

Filipinos are known to cook some of the best meat-based dishes in the world. Talk about lechon kawali, pork chop, crispy pata, and even the sinful lechon baboy. These are delicious, sumptuous and are always a favorite of everyone. There

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5 Tastiest Breads in a Panaderya

What is a panaderya by the way? It is the Filipino term for a bakeshop. For visiting foreigners, do not expect a Western-style bakery when you are on a simple rural or urban village. More so,these down-to-earth bakeries are offering

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Filipino Food: Igado

The northern part of the Philippines is a haven of culinary heaven experience. With different, interesting and regionally-singular flavours teeming with soul and spice, Luzon is both a tourist and culinary destination where locals and foreign visitors annually crowd. So

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Philippine Cuisine – Eggplant Salad

Natively known as ensaladang talong, this simple salad is composed of boiled or grilled eggplant, tomatoes, and onions. Eggplant, a plant related to potatoes (root crop) and tomatoes (fruit), is a prime ingredient in many culinary dishes. The Philippines, rich

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You’d Know You’re Pinoy When You Have Eaten These

Any Filipino working overseas or a Filipino-turned citizen of his adopted country might feel the  most dreaded homesickness. Because of difference in culture, language and food, most Pinoys abroad are missing  more than what they had  bargained for. Eating Filipino

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Filipino Food : 7 Delicious Delights From Davao

Welcome to Davao, home of the Durian fruit, balut, and banana cue. Mindanao is considered the agricultural basin of the Philippines. As such, crops, fruits, fish, and chicken are plentiful. This has given Dabawenyos plenty of opportunities to get creative

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