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 It's Chicken Tinola!
It's Chicken Tinola!

Not only is this dish healthy but it is also delicious and inexpensive.  Chicken is usually used in this dish.  Ginger, onions, native “sili” (chili) leaves, a small green papaya, garlic, fish sauce (“patis”) are the needed ingredients.
 

Author: admin   Posted: 03/24/2018 08:14:00 AM
A Lechon's Tale
A Lechon's Tale If you have never seen a Lechon being roasted, you are missing a big part of the Filipino culture.  The word “Lechon” (Litson) is Spanish which means “suckling pig”.  But to a Filipino, it has become a word that means “roasted pig” (Lechon Baboy).  I can still remember how carefully they stuff garlic, onions, soy sauce, lemongrass, salt, herbs and vegetables inside the pig and slowly roast it by just hand-turning it over hot coals for several hours.  The result is – crispy reddish brown skin and very tender juicy meat.
Author: admin   Posted: 03/06/2018 05:59:00 AM
6 Must-Try Filipino Restaurants in the US
6 Must-Try Filipino Restaurants in the US

Although your grandma definitely makes the best adobo in the world, hands-down, if you’re feeling like sampling some new takes on traditional dishes, or just have a hankering for some of your comfort classics, these restaurants won’t let you down.

Posted: 04/27/2017 11:04:00 AM
Spicy Ice Cream is a Thing and It’s Delicious: All About Sili Ice Cream from the Philippines
Spicy Ice Cream is a Thing and It’s Delicious: All About Sili Ice Cream from the Philippines When you think of ice cream, you probably think of flavors like vanilla and mint chocolate chip. While there are certainly some interesting flavors out there, we bet you hadn’t considered that there was a spicy ice cream.
Posted: 04/27/2017 10:45:00 AM
Balut, from the Philippines to the USA
Balut, from the Philippines to the USA While it’s true that the dish is served by everyone in the Philippines across the various grades of eateries and restaurants, it’s also true that what’s inside is considered a culinary fascination – albeit, a rather strange one to many people.
Posted: 03/20/2017 04:46:00 PM