Philippine Comfort Food For The Rainy Season

Philippine Comfort Food For The Rainy Season Ginataang Halo-halo Suam na Mais Champorado Bulalo Arrozcaldo Chicken Sopas Batchoy Tsokolate Batirol at Suman Hot Pandesal Dinuguan at puto Ginataang Halo-Halo Ginataang Halo-Halo is an old-time favorite of Filipinos. Typically made with glutinous rice balls, tapioca pearls, sweet potatoes, purple yam, tropical fruits, and coconut milk. This … Read more

Prices of Vegetables and Fish Went Up Due To Bad Weather

  The Prices of Vegetables and Fish went up due to typhoon “Ineng”. Price Hike in vegetables even increased by P70 pesos in the market.   Landslides in Northern Luzon such as in Baguio City made it difficult for delivery trucks to reach Metro Manila.   The average prices of some vegetables in Mega Q-Mart … Read more

Wasay Wasay

Wasay¬† Wasay in English is called Fresh Black Lip Oyster. It is a popular dish eaten fresh in the Southern Philippines. It is abundant in Bantayan Island in the southern Philippines. This species of pearl oyster is common in the Indo-Pacific region within tropical coral reefs. Wasay Wasay seafood is harvested wild from the coral … Read more

Price Of Ginger More Expensive Than Chicken And Meat

The Price of ginger is now more expensive than chicken and meat.   The Price of ginger is now sold for P240 per kilo in the Mega Q-Mart in Quezon City. It is more expensive than a kilo of meat which costs between Php 185 and Php 190. It is even more expensive than a … Read more