Phurang Happy Filipino Food Month! Let’s post and share our culinary diversity for this month-long celebration of pride. Phurang, a tiny shiner harvested from Lakewood, Zamboanga del Sur. A culinary and ritual treasure of Subanen ethnolinguistic group. Salted, sun-dried, threaded on bamboo skewers, and grilled on hot embers. Subanen crafted an ingenious griller from a … Read more

Binunguhang Nukus

Binunguhang Nukus Hijo Resorts Davao celebrates the bounty of the sea. Binunguhang nukus is a fire-grilled fresh squid–stuffed with spices and enfolded in banana leaves. Every bite is oozing with mineral tang and charred smokiness. Sometimes the simplest of foods delight. It’s time to embark on a Davao food trip. You may want to read: … Read more


Dinugdog The Bagobo indigenous group dwells at the foot of Mt. Apo. What could they be eating for merienda? Meet their three-ingredient dish that does not entail heat. Raw bananas are pounded together with grated coconut and sugar. They are neatly placed in the mold and served with hot coffee. What makes it spectacular is … Read more

Manila, An Attractive City

Manila, An Attractive City Manila was an attractive city. It was prosperous, wealthy, and located at a strategic spot at the mouth of the Pasig river. Because of this, it was not only the Spaniards who wanted to conquer it. One of them was the Chinese who, under the leadership of Limahong, attempted to invade … Read more

Malolos City Hall

Malolos City Hall, in front, is the bust of Marcelo H. del Pilar, also known as Plaridel, a Filipino writer, lawyer, journalist, and freemason. Malolos City Zip Code: 3000 Malolos City Hall Address: New City Hall Building, Government Center, Brgy. Bulihan City of Malolos, Bulacan Malolos City Hall Contact number: (044) 931-8888 You may want … Read more