Brave enough for this Bicolano bestseller? Sprinkle more chilies!
The chilies and coconut milk give this adobong manok that Bicolano touch.
This Bicolano dish is actually laing with added kanduli, and wrapped in taro leaves.
You can give this dish a spicy kick by adding siling mahaba or siling pangsigang.
This dish is served most often during the rainy season, partnered perfectly with turon na saging.
We live in an archipelago of 7,107 islands and we're surrounded by water and a treasure trove of seafood.
Set up a brunch outdoors and have this sunny spread served. Great morning!
Tea time is all about pretty little sandwiches, canapes, and tea in dainty china. Arrange one with your girl friends for a different kind of merienda.
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