Pancit means noodles in Filipino. It may refer to common stir fried noodles such as Bihon and Canton, or it can also be noodle soup dishes such as mami and batchoy. I have compiled 30 of our different kinds of Pancit recipes in this post so that you can easily browse and choose your favorite pancit dishes. You…
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We Filipinos are known for our positive values, hospitality, being hard-working, and our ability to face whatever challenges that life brings – with a smile in our face. On top of that, we are also known to have a great passion for food – to the point of considering eating as a hobby.
Of course, the last statement does not apply to all; although it covers the majority.
Let’s talk about food, our favorite Filipino Foods.
What are your comfort foods? What are the foods that you find irresistible?
By the way, we are also known for being shy and quiet. I think that I should start the conversation by posting my food list first as an ice breaker, then you’ll follow by sending-in your comments.
How does that sound? Alright, here it goes…
The most wonderful time of the year: the holidays. This is the time of giving and sharing; a time to relax and be with our loved ones; a time to be thankful for all our blessings; and a time to indulge in delicious desserts without feeling the guilt.
The Holidays usually start from Christmas until the New Year. But for some, this starts a few weeks before Christmas and ends a few days after the New Year. Some of you might have had endless Christmas parties and family reunions overflowing with wine and food.
How was your Christmas like in your part of the world? I bet that there were plenty of good food and a lot of smiles and cheers. As for us, we missed white Christmas this year because we went to a warm place wherein we can enjoy nature and go fishing. It feels good to escape the cold weather once in a while.
So, you still have that ground pork, beef, or chicken sitting in the fridge for days now. I bet that you either impulsively bought it when you saw the huge sale sticker in the package or that you regularly buy ground meats even if there are no planned menus for it. Don’t worry, it’s normal; I too do the same thing often.
While saving a few bucks for low priced ground meat is not bad at all, waiting for it to become spoiled is different thing. You don’t want those savings to turn into expense, do you? Here are some ground meat recipe ideas that might interest you – while you still have time.
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We are currently experiencing a winter storm here in the Midwest. About a foot of snow has piled-up outside and it will still accumulate overnight. I wanted to shoot some videos but I felt so lazy – must be the weather.
After having some hot soup for dinner, I thought of writing an article about Filipino foods that can help us feel warm and comfortable during the cold days – and this is it. Since its almost midnight, I don’t have the time to create a long list and do some extensive research. I’m thinking of starting with 10 foods that we already featured before and I am relying on you guys to help me add more :).
An aphrodisiac is a substance which is used in the belief that it increases sexual desire. The name comes from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sensuality and love. Throughout history, many foods, drinks, and behaviors have had a reputation for making sex more attainable and/or pleasurable. – Wikipedia
Before anything else, let me emphasize that this article is not intended to encourage or promote any form of malicious idea – my purpose is to inform and remind everyone that every food that we ingest contains different substances that may affect our behavior and mood.