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Nov 18 2010

PASALUBONG

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Pasalubong is a Tagalog word which if translated in the American English language would be “keepsake” or “presents”. It is a souvenir brought for loved ones or friends. Love it when I’m sick, my husband would spoil me a bit, he brought home all these food stuff the other night. Unfortunately, it’s still painful to […]

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Sep 04 2010

ICED BUKO

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Living in the tropics can be hot and dehydrating, Davao is no exception, every corner here you can see iced buko (young coconut) peddled by these fellas. One plastic cup is sold at P5.00 it has shredded young coconut, the coco juice, milk and sugar. Perfect for a drying throat on a hot day.

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Aug 24 2010

TINAGTAG

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During the Kadayawan Festival here in Davao, there were booths that showcased the indigenous products and delicacies of the region, I bought this ‘tinagtag’ at a Maranao friend’s booth. It’s delicious I swear. Ang tinagtag ay katutubong pagkain ng mga Maguindanao ng Mindanao. Ito ay karaniwang inihahanda para sa mga okasyon tulad ng mga pistang […]

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