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Philippine Cuisine: Pancit Canton

Most Asian delicacies are either served with rice or noodles which is said to bring longer life for the person who eats it. These long strands of pasta sticks boiled until it’s soft is one of the main ingredients for

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Mindanao’s Pride: Pomelo Salad

Have you ever seen a pomelo? Have you tasted this nutritious fruit, which is the largest member of the citrus family?  Some say it tastes a lot like grapefruit, but with less bitterness. Said to be a grapefruit ancestor, a

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Philippine Cuisine:  Salabat

Having a drink that would not only quench your thirst but also provide excellent health and wellness is truly a satisfaction. That is probably the reason why Salabat is a famous drink for Filipinos during the cold month of December,

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Sinigang na Buntot ng Tuna (Sour Tuna Tail Stew)

One of the widely available fish in the market, the Tuna is the most loved and eaten variety all around the world. Aside from the common yellow fin variety, it also has different varieties to choose from. With each variant,

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Adobong Balut (Fertilized Duck Egg Adobo)

Every country has their own unique and exotic delicacy enjoyed by their local populace. Sadly, most foreign visitors are disgusted and unimpressed by local delicacies. Once tasted, they will surely loath and regret trying it. Indeed, what may be gross

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A Filipino Delicacy: Sapin-Sapin

Sapin-Sapin is a famous Filipino delicacy that originated in the province of Abra, found in the northern part of the Philippines. Nowadays, the ways of cooking this delicious treat is no longer a surprise as it has spread to other

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Filipino Shakes

It’s March and the sweltering heat of the summer (if you are in the tropics) is here again. As the local authorities begin to remind us about fire prevention, it is also important to keep ourselves cool whether indoors or

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Filipino Food Trivia: Top 10 Pinoy Sweets

Filipinos love their luscious desserts. From fruits, drinks and other kinds of sweet treats, they love the sweet taste of sugar in their palate anytime of the day. Candies and sweets are traditionally part of Philippine cuisine. Whether it’s a

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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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