Tag Archives: Food

Balik Bukid Farm and Kitchen

  Balik Bukid Farm and Kitchen all started with the family’s love for nature and passion for great food. With the use of indigenous materials like bamboo and abaca, the farm kitchen was built. With a little creativity, junk was given a new form and function like chairs made from recycled materials. With the use of natural farming… Read More »

Sitaw Health Benefits

  Sitaw Health Benefits You May Not Be Aware Of Sitaw or string beans are a good source of calcium and phosphorous for strong bones and teeth. It is also a good source of protein, vitamin A, thiamin, riboflavin, iron, phosphorous and potassium. It is also a very good source of vitamin C, folate, magnesium and manganese. Sitaw… Read More »

Philippine Shellfish in Bolinao and Anda is now safe to eat

BFAR has lifted the Philippine shellfish ban in the coastal waters of Bolinao and Anda in Pangasinan. The lifting of the shellfish ban is contained in the Regional Shellfish Advisory No. 3 issued on May 21, 2019, stating that shellfish harvested from these areas are now safe for human consumption. The coastal waters of Bolinao and Anda in… Read More »

Boracay Garden Restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand

  Craving for Filipino food in New Zealand? Try Crispy Pata, Pork Sisig, and Daing na Bangus at Boracay Garden Restaurant in Auckland! The restaurants best sellers are; Crispy Pata – deep fried pork hock Pork Sisig – Chopped and seasoned pig parts, served on a sizzling plate Daing na Bangus – fried and deboned Bangus (milkfish), marinated… Read More »

Cafe Panadero in Guam

  Craving for Filipino food in the United States? Try Lechon Belly, Dinuguan, and Bangus Sinigang at Cafe Panadero in Yigo, Guam! Cafe Panadero is located at 169 North Point Center, Iglesia Street, Marine Corps Drive, Yigo, Guam. Cafe Panadero’s best sellers are Lechon Belly – roasted and slow-cooked pork belly, stuffed with pandan leaves and spices Dinuguan… Read More »