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Garlic Fried Rice
Garlic Fried Rice

Garlicky Rice

Ah, who wouldn't remember the delicious Filipino fried rice?  Not only it is a staple but Filipinos have enhanced the way they eat rice.  There's nothing like the taste of Filipino garlic fried rice that has a distinct toasty garlicky aroma that sends amazing sensations to the taste buds.

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Mañana Habit
Mañana Habit The Manaña habit comes from the Spanish word which literally means “tomorrow.”  It’s even close to the Filipino phrase, “Mamaya na,” meaning “Later.”  However, there are some good things that could come out of this.  Mañana habit could be somewhat a variation of patience.  It could be abused, for sure, but it is also a good counterpart in being too hasty.
Author: admin   Posted: 08/20/2018 09:51:00 PM
Ginataang Manok
Ginataang Manok

Every Filipino knows how amazing this coconut based chicken dish is especially when the gata (coconut sauce) is poured over the rice.  This is a good casserole dish in which the chicken pieces absorb the coconut sauce.  The sauce itself has a hint of ginger which adds a kick to the entire flavor.
You ought to try our recipe below.  It is a very simple dish to do.

 

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Bayanihan Spirit
Bayanihan Spirit An amazing tradition, Bayanihan (pronounced buy-uh-nee-hun) is a term used to describe that one-of-a-kind bond of Filipinos when it comes to the spirit of helping others and sacrificing oneself to come to the aid of a Filipino brother or sister in need. It doesn’t matter what the situation is, Bayanihan is usually the best solution.
Author: admin   Posted: 08/12/2018 08:43:00 AM
Philippines, Did You Know?
Philippines, Did You Know? 10 things you did not know about the Philippines
Posted: 08/11/2018 09:00:00 AM
Afritada, A Famous Filipino Stew
Afritada, A Famous Filipino Stew Chicken Afritada is a popular tomato sauce based Filipino dish adapted from the Spanish cuisine and is also known as Apritadang Manok in Tagalog.  It is said that the influence started during the colonial era of Spain in the Philippines (1521-1898).
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The Classy Kalesa
The Classy Kalesa

Kalesa is a carriage that is drawn by a horse which was introduced in the 18th Century by the Spanish to the Philippines.  It has two big wheels on each side and two rows of seats that can easily accommodate four people with the driver sitting on a block of wood located just right at the front of the cart behind the horse.  Bright colored decorations surround the carriage which make it look like a lot of care has been put into it.

Author: admin   Posted: 08/04/2018 10:00:00 AM
Pork Sisig
Pork Sisig

Served as stir fried or on a hot sizzling plate, Sisig belongs to one of the most well known Kapampangan dishes in the Philippines.  It is commonly served in restaurants, bars and carenderias.  The sizzling version is usually served with a sunny side up egg on top of the dish.  Many Filipinos pair this with beer.

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Barong Tagalog, A Filipino Pride
Barong Tagalog, A Filipino Pride This traditional outfit surely embraces our culture and the many riches of our historic ethnicity.
Author: admin   Posted: 07/28/2018 10:00:00 AM
Filipino Leche Flan
Filipino Leche Flan While other countries have creme brulee, egg custard and pudding, Philippines has Leche Flan.  This creamy caramel flavored flan is a Filipino dessert that is definitely irresistible.  The smoothness makes one think that it is a complicated recipe.  Quite the opposite, it is easy to prepare this delicious and simple dessert.  It is served best when cold.  Just imagine having this right now in this summer heat.
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