Filipinos generally have a sweet tooth. A lot of our snack items, for example, are sweet, and this yummy dessert is no exception.
Do you remember the film Ratatouille, where the main character was a rat named Remy? Can you imagine eating him? In Pampanga they do, and they call it dagang bukid (field rat). Field rats being cleaned prior to cooking. These are not just any ordinary rat. You can’t find it, for example, in your house […]
Vietnam is a country that all foodies should visit. Like Thailand, they love using spices, and any visitor who gets to taste the local cuisine would not easily forget how good their gastronomic experiences had been. One food I can’t forget eating in Ho Chi Minh City is the banh xeo, or the Vietnamese crepe. […]
Sinuglaw is a combination of two cooking methods which are commonly done in Visayas and Mindanao: from “sinugba” or grilled, referring to the grilled pork in the dish cut into chunks, and “kinilaw” or raw, referring to the raw fish or seafood soaked in coconut vinegar with onions, ginger, salt, suwa (native lime) and tabon-tabon […]