Browsing All posts tagged under »Filipino Food«

Lechon Kawali

June 27, 2015

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Originally posted on Ann's Filipino Food Diary:
There was one time where I was in a cooking frenzy trying to get ready for family and friends to visit. As a new friend with a kid was part of the group, I had the foresight to ask what her son liked and she said “anything…

Tortang Talong

June 14, 2015

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Originally posted on Ann's Filipino Food Diary:
Now let’s talk about breakfast or what we Pinoys call agahan. There are a lot of dishes I could highlight and I will start with one dish. We tend to like the start to our mornings with something hearty and filling, more salty than sweet. One of…

Ihaw-Ihaw sa Kanto, Grilled Filipino Food!

May 30, 2015

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Thursday was that kind of day where I was mentally convincing myself not to lost my temper at work. You know, that kind of day where one problem just opens up another. All that kept me in check was that I was planning to have some good ole fashioned Filipino Inihaw at Diona Joyce a.k.a […]

Toronto Underground Market

April 9, 2012

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Saturday was a day of firsts.  Finally I made it to the famed Toronto Underground Market.  All of the past events always have left me with scheduled conflicts that I had to back out last minute at going.  I found myself at the opposite side of the table though.  This time, I did not come […]

Kanto by TitaFlips

February 4, 2012

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Through Twitter I met a kindred spirit, Diona Joyce, aka Tita Flips.  We have never met before Twitter but we instantaneously identified with each other, primarily because of our love for food.  It eventually came that we worked together in a photoshooot for her up and coming Kanto, soon-to-be a Filipino foodie haven at Bathurst […]

Childhood Memories and Cravings

November 27, 2011

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I found myself unexpectedly home in Manila after I heard of my father’s passing. I have been away for so long and the onslaught of childhood memories went careening the moment I landed in Manila. Much have changed in the city where I grew up. Old landmarks were lost, replaced by weaves of overpasses, bridges […]

Childhood Memories and Cravings

November 27, 2011

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I found myself unexpectedly home in Manila after I heard of my father’s passing.  I have been away for so long and the onslaught of childhood memories went careening the moment I landed in Manila.  Much have changed in the city where I grew up.  Old landmarks were lost, replaced by weaves of overpasses, bridges […]