1. Binagow - steamed grated cassava; plain, with brown sugar, or with brown sugar and strips of young coconut / 2. Maruya - deep-fried ripe "saba" banana, cut lengthwise to near base and spread to form a fan; sometimes dredged in flour before deep-frying / 3. Tinunlob - unripe "saba" banana thinly cut lengthwise and sundried; tied together like a lei or necklace using coconut midrib before dipping into boiling pineapple juice; now that carabao-drawn sugar extractors no longer exist, brown sugar is used / 4. Kalamay - ground sticky rice mixed with brown sugar and, sometimes, peanut; referred to as THE Boholano delicacy or "pasalubong" / 5. Dinumogan - mashed ripe "saba" banana wrapped in banana leaf; sometimes with "buko" strips / 6. Alupe - a mixture of milled rice, sugar and "buko" strips / 7. Binaki - milled corn mixed with sugar and wrapped in corn husk / 8. Nilusak - unripe or half-ripe "saba" banana, boiled, pound or mashed, and formed into big round tablets, with or without sugar, usually with grated coconut / 9. Pakumbo - long "buko" strips dipped in latik and formed into spirals / 10. Tira-tira or Balikutsa - coconut milk and sugar boiled until viscous and formed into tablets or rolls / 11. Galang-galang - shredded sweetpotato, palaw and other suitable root crops formed into balls and flattened before deep-frying, and sprinkled with white sugar / 12. Halang-halang - finely chopped bony parts of the chicken (like neck, backbone, etc.) cooked in coconut milk mixed with spices including a lot of ginger or chopped native pepper, the small and hot variety called siling kulikot / 13. Humbang nangka - unripe jackfruit chops cooked in coconut milk made spicy by ginger strips and achuete, made even more delicious if mixed with "pinikas nga bulad" or slices of dried fish / 14. Kinamunggayang Bulinaw - fresh anchovy or "dilis" cooked in boiling water, salted to taste, and mixed with a lot of Moringa ("kamunggay", Visayan for "malunggay") leaves / 15. Dayok or Dajok - fermented fish intestines, roe and other entrails, with strips of garlic / 16. Las-ay nga Kabaw - carabao meat soup made more flavorful with just salt, ginger and young mango leaves / 17. Dinudog - squash porridge, consumed as either soup (with coconut milk and salt) during a meal, or as snack beverage (with coconut milk and sugar) / 18. Kinilaw nga Amba'ang - salad with the local spongy seaweed called amba'ang as main ingredient / 19. Kinatloan - flour-based butter-and-egg delicacy formed like bracelets / 20. Tajada - another flour-based toasted cookie, best with hot coffee. SORRY, MARAMI PA, PERO MASAKIT NA MATA KO. I SUGGEST YOU CLASSIFY THEM INTO SNACK FOOD, MAIN DISH, OR MEAL APPETIZER.