Posts Tagged ‘food and culture’
Yup I was craving for Ginamos the other day so I bought at the wet market and stir fry it with tomatoes. Ginamos as what we call it in Visayan is actually a salted small fish that has been kept for several days. I love eating it with rice, cooked banana (saging saba) and green mango.
Ginamos or Bagoong is made by salting and fermenting the bonnet mouth fish. Bagoong is however an essential ingredient in many curries and sauces. It’s unique and distinct odor is also used as a condiment or as a dipping sauce.
Binaki is a native delicacy particularly in Bukidnon. I don’t know if many people are familiar with it but I’m sure those people who came from our province are familiar with it even if they are now on many parts of the world.
My mom bought these eggs when they celebrated the Swiss National day last August 1st. For people living in Switzerland, August 1st means bonfires and fireworks which is the highlight of the celebration . And since no celebration is complete without a feast, many people mark this festival of fire by cooking sausages over a barbecue and enjoying them with friends.
I love finger foods not only that its easy to eat since you don’t need any utensils for eating it but its also easy to prepare that is why it is great for parties and celebrations.Finger foods can also act as an excellent appetizers and they are delicious to eat.
Here are some finger foods prepared by my Mom:
When it comes to how to make finger foods, all you need is a little bit of creativity, a good sense of taste, and the willingness to experiment.