Finally! I Have My Bowl of Deco’s La Paz Batchoy!

Deco's La Paz Bathoy

I haven’t eaten La Paz Batchoy since…I don’t remember. Heck, I haven’t eaten Batchoy when I went home in Iloilo just a couple of weeks ago! Although there are batchoyans here in Metro Manila, but I wanted to taste something different from the usual batchoy (yes, Lucky Me! therapy! Haha!)

I just found out that Deco’s La Paz Batchoy has opened up its first branch here in Manila…even though if the outlet has been open since last year pa! It’s located in the newly-opened Southgate Mall near Magallanes Interchange in  Makati (for commuters, its the big blue building with a television on top…and its on “EDSA-Mantrade”…sabihin nyo lang sa konduktor na “Mantrade”). Continue reading Finally! I Have My Bowl of Deco’s La Paz Batchoy!

Namit! A Glimpse of Ilonggo Cooking and Culinary Traditions

Iloilo's own La Paz Batchoy

Ilonggo cuisine is one of the most famous in the islands. Known for the La Paz Batchoy, Pancit Molo, Chicken Inasal and more, the delicacies of the people of the gentle folks of the Western Visayan region of the Philippines gives a glimpse on its intricate culture and . . . → Read More: Namit! A Glimpse of Ilonggo Cooking and Culinary Traditions

Mangan Tamu Kamaru! Adobong Crickets of Pampanga

Crickets cooked adobo style

Crickets cooked adobo style

As what they say, Kapampangan cuisine probably is one of best culinary traditions in the country. Ranging the sumptuous feast of Sulipan cooking all the way to exotic foods….

Speaking of exotic, I’ve tasted adobong sawa and tapang usa before. It was good, and they all came from Pampanga. Now I’m really wondering, what’s the taste of that very famous delicacy that Kapampangans are fond of cooking. Nope, not the Ginataang Kuhol or Palaka (frog) but kamaru (a kind of field cricket). Continue reading Mangan Tamu Kamaru! Adobong Crickets of Pampanga

Larsian: Barbecue Park of Cebu

Got a hungry tummy but short on budget in Cebu? Head on to “Larsian.” If you don’t know this, it is located besides Chong Hua Hospital near Fuente Osmena of Cebu City. Very accessible indeed.

Larsian has became an institution in Cebuano consciousness like the Santo Nino itself. It was first just a . . . → Read More: Larsian: Barbecue Park of Cebu

A Glimpse of Ilonggo Cooking

One of Philippines’ finest cuisine is that of the Ilonggos. This video documentary produced by the City Government of Iloilo, gives food trippers and local and foreign tourist what Ilonggo cooking is all about. From the famed La Paz Batchoy to Tinu-om. Going to Iloilo wouldn’t be complete without eating or bring home a . . . → Read More: A Glimpse of Ilonggo Cooking

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