How is that even possible? It’s not everyday you see, hear or eat a boiling hot dessert. These type of desserts do exist, albeit rarely. There is one such dessert in a small city in Iligan, in Northern Mindanao. Papa Jim’s Sizzlin‘, a small and new restaurant in Iligan is offering a unique dessert calledRead More
I just can’t get enough of former Miss Universe Pia Wurtzabach. Here, she is cooking the Filipino’s favorite viand, the lumpiang shanghai. Though, I already posted a video about who to cook a lumpia shanhai last year, but with a beautiful woman cooking, it’s just titillating to look at haha. Here are the ingredients sheRead More
Another popular Filipino dish is lumpiang shanghai or lumpia shanghai. Although this dish is not a Filipino original, it originated in China. Was handed down through migration of some Chinese to the Philippines in the past centuries. Not only this is popular here in the Philippines, but also in other countries, most especially the UnitedRead More
Probably, the most popular and one of the easiest to cook native Filipino dish, the adobo, either chicken or pork. But here, it’s about how to make a chicken adobo. This video tutorial is produced by Panlasang Pinoy, the most popular Filipino cooking video tutorial in Youtube, currently with more than 548,000 subscribers. The ingredientsRead More
Warn your kids, a friend’s child got hospitalized after eating Chakkie that has plastic toys inside the packs. She is now in a hospital in Cagayan de Oro City, although they’re Iligan City residents. CDO has better hospital facilities in the Northern Mindanao region. You can already see how serious the situation is. According toRead More
Eating together as a family has always been part of the Filipinos’ culture, and one of the most popular practice is the boodle food fight. It’s not literally fighting over the food, but eating it together with friends and family where food of all sorts, but usually grilled meat and fish and a heap ofRead More
Banana particularly the saba is among the top choices of the Pinoys’ favorite afternoon snack. The saba type can be done through deep frying which is commonly called banana cue, or simply boiling it. But if you’re too lazy to fry, which also requires constant attention, you just opt to boiling it, and leave itRead More
I know some of you have heard about the fake rice in China. Well, we have our own fake rice, though this needs confirmation. Isang ginang sa Davao City nag reklamo na isa raw na peke ang rice ang nabili nya, ng nagmistulang “foam” na isinaing nya ito.
I only ate one small slice of this Crispy Pata because this was served late, and there were other delicious viands. The price of this? I forgot to check, we were treated by a friend. I just checked online, and in Cagayan de Oro branch of Ati-Atihan it costs 328 pesos per serving. The taste?Read More
This banana cue is my personal favorite, every time see one on the sidewalk, I’m always tempted to buy one or two.