Cagayan’s Yummy Pancit Batil Patung

ShareTweet Pancit Batil Patung (sometimes Patong). How come people name a pancit as complicated as that? According to my history teacher in Elementary, pancit came from the Chinese merchants and Filipinos began to love it and create many versions of it- we have bihon, canton (obviously Chinese right?). Soon other towns created their own variety- Pancit Malabon, Pancit Bato (Camarines), Pancit Habhab (Quezon), Pancit Molo (Iloilo) and the list would not end. But this is about Cagayan’s pancit batil patung and the  preparation is as complicated as its named. When I was in Tuguegarao City, Cagayan I immediately asked the tricycle […]

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Davao City Food Trip

ShareTweet Davao City’s Kadayawan Festival in Style Series The Welcome- Kadayawan Festival at Marco Polo Davao City Food Trip The Parades- Kadayawan Festival Davao City Food Trip It was a festival of local cuisine on my tongue straight to my tummy. At times I would just go with salad but then the constant temptation of crispy bacon, tuna panga, kinilaw, baby back-ribs and lechon was too powerful to say no. It was as if I puffed some mj as I don’t know how I was able to devour all these food served to us. WARNING: The following pictures and story […]

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10 Food Destinations in Dumaguete City

ShareTweet If you haven’t been to Dumaguete and planning to visit soon, you would ask, “Where to eat in Dumaguete City?” So we prepared “10 Food Destinations in Dumaguete City” just for you. In this post, I have enlisted fellow travel bloggers, RV of looneyplanet and Elal of The Shades of Grey who are locals of Dumaguete. Hope this guide helps: 1. Budbod at the Public Market. James praises, “Great for breakfast! Nothing fancy about the place as its located in the public market; but hey here you find real people smiling and enjoying each sip of tsokolate or a locally […]

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