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Philippine Cuisine: Ampalaya Juice

Philippine Cuisine: Ampalaya Juice

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Philippine Cuisine: Durian Candy

Philippine Cuisine: Durian Candy

Desserts >> Philippine Cuisine. Posted by pcuisine in Desserts, Featured. Philippine Cuisine. Philippine Cuisine has now seen the greatness of durian candy
Philippine Cuisine – Eggplant Salad

Philippine Cuisine – Eggplant Salad

The best part about Philippine cuisine is, quite frankly, it’s ingenuity. The Philippines, rich in vegetables, crops, and fruits, has an abundance of this bitter berry, and has thus incorporated it in many of its dishes
Philippine Cuisine Cooking Methods

Philippine Cuisine Cooking Methods

The Filipino/Tagalog words for popular cooking methods and terms are listed below. "Adobo/Inadobo" − cooked in vinegar, oil, garlic and soy sauce
Philippine Cuisine: Balut Dishes

Philippine Cuisine: Balut Dishes

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Philippine Cuisine: Delightful Biko

Philippine Cuisine: Delightful Biko

Desserts >> Philippine Cuisine. Posted by pcuisine in Desserts, Featured. Philippine Cuisine. Without a doubt, this delectable treat is included in the list of top Philippine cuisine
Philippine Cuisine: Isaw Love

Philippine Cuisine: Isaw Love

Appetizers >> Philippine Cuisine. No one can exactly pinpoint how and where in the Philippines the street food phenomenon started but it’s a fact that this occurrence has invaded the entire country like a plague
Philippine Cuisine: Pancit Canton

Philippine Cuisine: Pancit Canton

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Kabanayan Restaurante in Lisbon Stirs Iinterest in Philippine Cuisine

Kabanayan Restaurante in Lisbon Stirs Iinterest in Philippine Cuisine

Cayabyab´s contribution in promoting Philippine cuisine and culture to the Portuguese community. The article entitled, “Philippine Food made by Happy People”, mentioned that regardless of the dish you order in Kababayan Restaurant, they always serve them with a smile – a distinctive Filipino trait commonly associated with the warmth and hospitality of the Filipino people
Distinct Characteristics of Philippine Cuisine

Distinct Characteristics of Philippine Cuisine

Philippine cuisine is distinguished by its bold combination of sweet, sour, and salty flavors. Cooking and eating in the Philippines has traditionally been an informal and communal affair centered around the family kitchen