AAAAAAAAH… Pammie, I’m sorry I’ve been such a flake, but we must, must, MUST go here!!!!
I saw the menu. WE.MUST.GO.HERE!!! (I want to try the milk pan)
Wala akong naitulong dito, kundi taga-ubos lang ng pagkain. Merry Christmas everyone! Let’s thank all the blessings we received this year!
Traditional Filipino table during Christmas day
Halo-halo (from Tagalog word halò, “mix”) is a popular Filipino dessert that is a mixture of shaved ice and evaporated milk to which are added various boiled sweet beans and fruits, and served in a tall glass or bowl.
Abigail’s Favorite Filipino Dishes
- Bistek Tagalog: Strips of sirloin beef slowly cooked in soy sauce, calamansi juice, and onions.
- Adobo: Typically pork or chicken, or a combination of both, is slowly cooked in vinegar, cooking oil, crushed garlic, bay leaf, black peppercorns, and soy sauce, and often browned in the oven or pan-fried afterward to get the desirable crisped edges.
- Sinigang: A sour soup/stew made with meat or seafood and vegetables.
- Dinuguan: A savory stew of meat simmered in a rich, thick spicy gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili, and vinegar.
- Lumpia: Spring rolls. Deep fried (prito) or fresh (sariwa). Popular versions include lumpiang shanghai a deep fried meat filled usually fairly narrow spring roll often accompanied by a sweet chili dipping sauce and lumpiang ubod a fresh or sometimes deep fried wider spring roll filled with crunchy vegetables and optionally including cooked meat.
- Kaldereta: A dish made with cuts of pork, beef or goat with tomato paste or tomato sauce with liver spread added to it.
I want to eat this later tis afternoon
I already tried all of this
I would love to have a Sandwich Party on my birthday!