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Batchoy, Humba, And More: Which Of These Regional Dishes Do You Miss Most?

Go on a virtual food trip with these dishes. We have recipes!
Nostalgia can be the reason why you're missing certain food. The dishes you grew up eating at the dinner table and loved to eat whenever it was served will and can leave an indelible mark on your taste buds as well as your ...

Ilocano Okoy Tiyosko Recipe

This okoy has something different that makes it super delicious!
Okoy recipes make fantastic merienda food. These easy fritters are crispy, fried, and loaded with vegetables. Since it's so easy to make, you can let your creativity guide you and make it super special with additional ingredients. This Ilocano version called the Okoy Tiyosko is made extra special. It's not ...

Here's Where You Can Find Ilocos Bagnet And Fresh Ilocos Empanadas!

You don't need to go on a road trip!
When in Ilocos, one of the dishes on your buck-eat list is the bagnet. Did you know that Ilocos bagnet is often referred to as chicharon by the Ilocanos? You can definitely eat this as chicharon and dip it in spiced sukang Iloko, ...

Ilocos-style Miki Noodle Soup Recipe - Paano Lutuin At Mga Sangkap

Itong Pinoy noodle soup na ito ay sikat na merienda sa Ilocos!
Gawa sa miki noodles, sabaw ng manok, at atsuete ang Pinoy noodle soup na ito. Ito'y karaniwang ihinahain kasama ng pinakuluang itlog at binubudburan ng chicharon sa itaas. ...

Ilocano Delicacies You Should Buy For Pasalubong

Bagnet, longganisa, and more!
There are a lot of reasons to go to Ilocos, which evidently, are also the reasons why one would like to stay. This province is the home to Paoay Church with Baroque architecture, Cape Bojeador Lighthouse that overlooks the South China Sea, ...

This Is What People Eat For Noche Buena Around The Philippines

What’s on their table spread this Christmas?
Noche Buena, which is Spanish for “night of goodness,” is the bountiful feast served during the eve of Christmas. The typical Noche Buena spread for most Filipino gatherings include the hamonado, embutido, baked macaroni, bringhe (local paella), and sometimes, lechon. But this isn't the same ...

This Vigan Ancestral Home Serves Tapas, Wine, and a 12-Course Degustation

Time to take a trip up north!
Just a few steps away from Vigan’s Calle Crisologo, Casa Lourdes serves gastronomic dishes that will surprise and delight curious travelers. Built in 1875 by Don Florendo and Doña Maria Verzosa, the former ancestral home now houses two restaurants. On the first ...

This Vigan Empanada is Dubbed the "Original Empanada"

They have a Manila outlet, too!
A trip to Vigan is not complete without having your fill of the town’s signature empanada paired with sukang Iloco (vinegar from Ilocos). If you visit the public market or walk along Calle Crisologo and the surrounding streets, you’ll find numerous stores ...

Ilocos-style Miki Noodle Soup

This noodle dish is a popular merienda in Ilocos!
This Filipino noodle soup is made with miki noodles, chicken stock, and annato powder (atsuete). The Ilocos-style miki noodle soup is usually served with boiled egg and is topped with ground bagnet (which they refer to as "chicharon"). ...

Home-style Bagnet

This life of the party takes just five common ingredients and a turbo broiler to make.
Try this bagnet recipe! This life of the party takes just five common ingredients and a turbo broiler to make. ...
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