Known as Laing among Manileños, it's called Natung in Legaspi and Apay in Daraga. It cooks in just 30 minutes!
Similar to papillote, which is fish wrapped in paper, this is one exciting dish. It's like opening a neat little gift.
Here's a Bicolano twist on the Italian classic—laing on a bed of fetuccine.
The mix of freshly-ground spices and fresh curry and kaffir leaves gives this dish a spicy kick.
This Bicolano dish is actually laing with added kanduli, and wrapped in taro leaves.
The Ilocanos may love their bagnet and longganisa, but they always balance it with lots of veggies, usually cooked in bagoong. Their cuisine is so distinct and flavorful that it has grown to be one of their tourist attractions.
Listed below are five reasons why Singaporeans love to eat. Just imagining the flavors is enough to make you crave--are we right?
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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