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Title: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 10:05:07 AM
It's "Buwan ng Wika" celebration again and i am researchin some recipes from the net. Wish i could dig some old recipes of my folks to cook, something i love eating but i havent tried making them myself. I came across Palitao and Espasol...yum!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 25, 2009, 10:14:04 AM
palitaw is the easiest, mari!  kuti gamay ang ispasol especially if you want everything from scratch like pag sangag sa pilit, etc.  lami jud tong authentic ilonggo ispasol ba!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 10:16:29 AM
ah oi maggaling pa diay ko ani. kaon nalang ko diretso ba, order nalang ko sa Jojie's Painitan
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 25, 2009, 10:19:23 AM

kon tambaw lang sa hidlaw, nah order na lang kay basin di pod mokaon si steve ug mga kids.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 10:29:37 AM
kaimagine ko anang magbajo og saging para nilusak, pagkahawuy sa braso pero lamian kaayo ko anang nilusak nga naay butong og brown sugar
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Lorenzo on August 25, 2009, 10:33:48 AM
love it. the bicco cake is pretty good, yo. mmm...
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 10:50:04 AM

yeah the biko espesyal dong, the one with butong and jackfruit...haguy kalami!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 25, 2009, 10:51:33 AM

that's how we do our nilusak, dear.  sayang wa koy lusong dire but i will not stop until i find lusong for my nilusak.  di man feel nko mag nilusak using food processor.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 10:54:02 AM
ay lahi ra oi. pero kasuway jud ko sa gamay pako nga giusap sa akong lola, it's kinda gross thinking about it now but when i was a little girl, im eagerly waiting...hehehehe
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 25, 2009, 10:55:52 AM

ay kami diay nagdako man mi'g gisupaan sa among mga uyuan ug katiguwangan.  later pagka dagko2x na namo, na realize namo kaluod adto kay di gud na sila religiously gapang toothbrush! hahahaah
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 10:59:18 AM
pareho jud ta. magmama lang gud na sila, murag once in a blue moon ra magtoothbrush...haguy! dunno kung ang mga kids of this era will experience the same...hehe
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 11:00:25 AM
naa lagi kutchinta nga butangan og asuete
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 25, 2009, 11:00:38 AM

sanga lang sa bayabas ang i toothbrush and yet wa man ta na infection noh? hahaah
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 11:01:33 AM
lami man gihapon with matching luwa...ulk!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 11:02:55 AM
gimingaw nasad ko sa binagol sa Leyte og suman nilambiran....waaahhh
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: fdaray on August 25, 2009, 11:13:36 AM
Bingca nga gipatubuan ug tuba,  nga pagud-pagud ug gamay ang ibabaw.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: janjan on August 25, 2009, 11:14:54 AM


hala kalami ra ba ana binagol sa leyte
pero unsa man na suman nilambiran gwapa marie ?
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 11:22:03 AM

kanang suman pilit nga naay gilambid nga chocolate something murag moron ambot unsay gihimo ana. mura siyag 2 strand nga braid white og brown then giputos og dahon sa saging
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: janjan on August 25, 2009, 11:24:23 AM


ah nilambiran di ay na tawag sa leyte ... mao man siguro na moron
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 25, 2009, 11:28:50 AM
ang moron plain choc lang, ang nilambiran naay strand of suman pilit
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: taga tigbao on August 25, 2009, 11:31:32 AM
niligid,

nilambiran,

moron,

suman,
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: janjan on August 25, 2009, 11:36:15 AM


ah mas lami pa na sa moron hala wa lagi ko ka tilaw pa ana ay motilaw gud ko pohon
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: hubag bohol on August 25, 2009, 11:47:23 AM

Kini ang super humot ug super lami, labi na kon bag-ong haon unja nag-aso pa sa kainit. Ang mga tunggoy-tunggoy ug liki-liki nga nangapagod lami kaajo tagamtamon kauban sa humok ug medjo ngilngig nga ilawom. Ang libat nga mokaon mosamot og sulimbad ang mata, he he.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Koddi Prudente on August 25, 2009, 11:38:28 PM
Kini nga thread, ig-agaw ni adtong gisugdan bitaw sa usa ka culinary arts student nga Tagalog. Assignment niya ang pag report og Boholano foods. And he thanked TB members kay giganahan kuno iyang teacher sa iyang report. Nakalipot na ko kon unsay ulohan sa maong thread.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: ms da binsi on August 26, 2009, 12:35:02 AM
Buwad nga danggit! from CARCAR Cebu! ambut nalang jud!

akong giprito sa gawas sa balay kay manimaho basi panahon na ma divorce ko ni banana!

 ;D ;D  ;D
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Koddi Prudente on August 26, 2009, 12:39:47 AM

Carcar is more known sa ilang chicharon ug ampaw. Ang Bantayan maoy inila sa buwad danggit. Kasagarang gibaligya sa Taboan gikan sa isla sa Bantayan. Pero nag-anam na kagagmay ang size.

Ang bag-ong producer og first class danggit, dagku, tagsa ka dangaw usahay, mao ang Palompon, Leyte. Bunga ni sa ilang pagka conscious to protect their katunggan ang seagrass areas where these danggits inhabit ang reproduce.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: ms da binsi on August 26, 2009, 12:42:27 AM


naa sad kuy ampaw Kods, pero ang buwad man ang highlight aning package nako diri, gi isnaban ang ampaw!

btw ang buwad murag kumagko ka gagmay! mura na ni chicharon ig ka luto! hahahha!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Koddi Prudente on August 26, 2009, 12:45:18 AM

Paborito nako na iparis sa malasado nga sunny-side-up, inun-onan and garlic rice.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: ms da binsi on August 26, 2009, 12:52:40 AM
taympa kay aho usa ning i fry ang akong bahaw nga rice diri! hahhahaha!

BUH-BYE in a while, crocodile!

Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 26, 2009, 01:25:33 AM
asa man ta kapalit og binanggod nga balanghoy og ginaling nga pilit diri sa Tagbi???? shalan ba sad ning wa man ko katuod. kelangan jud daw magluto ::)
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: ms da binsi on August 26, 2009, 02:33:28 AM
aguy kabalo ko unsay himuon nimo Maria!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 26, 2009, 03:13:26 AM

dear, anha lang sa mercado kay naay mag galing diha ug balanghoy ug pilit.  unsa man, kinahanglan ka'g tabang tawgi akong mga manghud sa manga.  let me know aron ako silang ingnan pod.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 26, 2009, 08:49:21 AM

kalayo basad atong mangga Graz oi. lisud man ipanungbay. wa ma ko kita og balanghoy diri oi basin di ko ka timing. Ingon si Ate Lee ako pa daw magbanggod kung naa  man gani. sus maapil man kaha akong fingers ani og banggod. pagkasakita raba ana. jamo sad koy banggoran og galingan. ok ra ang lubi kay pede man pakagod sa BQ.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 26, 2009, 08:51:24 AM

ay kaning bisyu sa Buwan ng Wika Bella, kamas kog luto anig inato
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: ms da binsi on August 26, 2009, 11:01:57 AM

Sus Maria pagpalit nalang didto ug ready made! sus ma imagine nako manga langkat na imong french nails diha!

pag puyo!!!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 29, 2009, 08:41:09 PM
Here are some of the native filipino delicacies at the booth which were shared for free.

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Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Bambi on August 30, 2009, 01:28:04 AM
Mari, daghang salamat aning mga pagkaona nga ahong gikamingawan.  Gigutom ko!.....paborito naho bud-bud  ug kanang putong balanghoy  :'(  kalami ba ana oi!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 30, 2009, 01:30:00 AM
tungod sa kaaghan Miss Bambi wala nako kabalo unsay unahon nakog kaon, murag nabusog kog tan aw
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Bambi on August 30, 2009, 01:36:35 AM

ikaw gjod...imbis kay magpaniwang kog gamay, imo kong gipa-ibog ani
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 30, 2009, 01:38:54 AM

walay kaso ng tambok basta sexy pa gihapon and happy, hala birahig kaon!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: ms da binsi on August 30, 2009, 01:55:07 AM
wa nako'y ikatampo kay wa na jud ko jamo diri!

Ahhh mag biko diay ko! thanks for the reminder Maria!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 30, 2009, 02:09:01 AM

Baked biko with butong and nangka nalang bitaw akong giluto Bella kay ingon mangka pagpuyo kay basin maad-ad ahong kumagko...hehehe
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 30, 2009, 10:32:47 AM
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aguy mari grabeh galaway ko kaayo!  galibog ko unsay akong unahon!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: janjan on August 30, 2009, 10:59:13 AM
ako pud galibog unsa aho unahon punit mora kana bingka nga puti gud aho puniton una kay mao na ahong paborito hayyyy kalami ba
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 30, 2009, 11:02:35 AM

ambot jud unsay unahon.  basin ang puto balanghoy.  aguy kalami!  bingka pod!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: janjan on August 30, 2009, 11:04:17 AM


dunganon lang punit grazie sa ma bitbit  gud hahaha
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 30, 2009, 11:04:55 AM

mao aron way lalis!  wa bitaw ni tihik-tihik kay storya ra! hahahaha
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: janjan on August 30, 2009, 11:09:42 AM

mao hahaha pero kon tinuod ni grazie aho gud puniton sa masod sa plato syaro
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 30, 2009, 05:41:45 PM
puto balanghoy akong paborito, maoy akong giattack og kaon puslan man wala ko ka banggod og balanghoy...hehehe
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on August 31, 2009, 02:25:12 AM

aguy, mag uban ta'g kaon ug putong balanghoy mari dear!  mag andam lang jud ko'g tubig kay ambot ba first hungit kay matuk-an jud ko! hahahaha
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Koddi Prudente on August 31, 2009, 02:36:25 AM
Naay daghan Filipino/Boholano delicacies and snack foods sa Jojie's Painitang Bol-anon, right wing of City Square, formerly Agora. Grabe ka-hit ang ilang snack bar, they're planning to expand.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on August 31, 2009, 11:52:41 AM

dili mahal Kuya, pirmi ko labay diha wala pako katry og kaon.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Koddi Prudente on August 31, 2009, 11:26:00 PM

Dili gyud mahal. Tag-P10 kasagaran. Naa poy tag-P5 ra like bukayo. Mora'g P50 ang kinamahalan: batchoy ug mango shake 
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Koddi Prudente on August 31, 2009, 11:27:58 PM
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, 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

13. Humbang nangka - unripe jackfruit chops cooked in coconut milk made spicy by ginger strips, 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 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
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Lorenzo on September 01, 2009, 01:15:36 AM
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Mari, these pictures are so tempting. hehe
I love the picturesque preparations.

Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 01, 2009, 05:18:38 AM
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uyyyyyy bingka pina leyki, ahong peborit  ;D :P ;D

salamat Mari sa pag pag pa ibog  :P ;D mingaw nako aning mga puto.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Lorenzo on September 01, 2009, 05:19:50 AM
You can't have puto w/o diniguan.

Mari, where is the Diniguan.

Palihug bi! na gutom ko sa picture da!

har har har
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 01, 2009, 05:20:49 AM

biko wid butong ang nangka...hmmmmmm, di kaha cassava wid butong ang nangka. usually pag biko di naman nila sagulan og lain pang sweetened fruits. curious lng  ;D
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Lorenzo on September 01, 2009, 05:25:19 AM
o man these pictures are evil. lol.
and jams is describing it too much. akk!

yo tengo hambre! huhuhu :(
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 01, 2009, 05:25:56 AM

dinuguan dong Lorz, they got plenty of that in the pinoy resto  ;D
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Lorenzo on September 01, 2009, 05:33:40 AM
i havent had pinoy food, since January.

huhuhu :(

Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Mari on September 01, 2009, 08:06:53 AM

mas lami og may sagul nga fresh strips of butong and sweetened nangka then ang topping niya coconut milk with condensed milk nga gilatik then i-bake nga magolden brown ang ibabaw...yum!
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 02, 2009, 01:55:28 AM
whattttt? go home or go to Queens, NY to try Jollibee, the 1st one here in the east coast  :P ;D
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 02, 2009, 01:57:15 AM

nag himo mi ana nga baked biko, dali ra man, condensed milk sab ang topping pa brown, pero wala pa mi nag try sagolan og butong og nangka ang biko. last week daghn ko nakaon nga cassava cake wid butong ang nangka, dabest sab.  8)
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Lorenzo on September 02, 2009, 02:04:00 AM

My friend Albert tells me that there is a Jollybee in New York. Will keep this in mind when I stop by NYC in the future.

Pohon lagi.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Bambi on September 03, 2009, 12:42:52 AM
Gimingaw ko aning among gisugbang lab-as mga isda!

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Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Koddi Prudente on September 03, 2009, 01:32:12 AM
Ka anugon sa lab-as, kuryente may nagluto. He he he. Mas humot gyud tong uling.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 03, 2009, 11:50:28 PM

okies here's what i got when i went there in Jollibee, Queens, NY, make sure to try palabok, chicken joy , ube cooler drink, halu-halo  :P ;D

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i suggest to go there during weekdays to avoid the line; weekends would be tough like this, daghn tao, pero okies lng daghn sab mga wafa para nimo doy Lorz  ;D

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Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on September 04, 2009, 01:36:16 PM
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i suggest to go there during weekdays to avoid the line; weekends would be tough like this, daghn tao, pero okies lng daghn sab mga wafa para nimo doy Lorz  ;D

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aguy jams, mao ni among gi kaon ni maring ms da binsi pagkita namo sa SF last year! 
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: grazie7y on September 04, 2009, 01:36:46 PM
ay wa diay labot palabok.  :D
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Candijaynon on September 04, 2009, 09:21:57 PM
Naa na pud grilled chicken sa Jollibee. Mas lami pa sa fried chicken nila.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 04, 2009, 10:44:08 PM

wa diay ka nitilaw sa ila spagiti? nindot diay nag EB mo ni Dabz...tambok man dw sya sa una hehehe (intriga lng)  :P ;D
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 04, 2009, 10:45:16 PM

nice, naa na dri pero sa KFC...mas ganahn ko sa grilled pero gamay ayo tan-awon kay wa na may mga flour...  ;D
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: slackware on September 04, 2009, 10:51:44 PM
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kinsay ganahan ug Broasted Chicken?
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 04, 2009, 10:55:00 PM
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kinsay ganahan ug Broasted Chicken?

unsa diay ng broasted? deep fried o bake cooking na?  ::)
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: slackware on September 04, 2009, 10:56:52 PM
its a ... method of preparing chicken, meats, and fish by combining pressure cooking and deep frying concepts,"
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: jamo2x on September 04, 2009, 11:05:30 PM

awww, morag typical KFC classic chicken man sab ang itsura...hehe
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: slackware on September 04, 2009, 11:34:45 PM
it is not only the process of frying chickens under pressure, but includes a special marinading process, and that it is NOT available to home cooks.
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: janjan on September 05, 2009, 03:20:10 PM
http://static1.px.yelp.com/bphoto/UqPmwDDAYiLZy7ZEev7Rpw/l[/img]

kinsay ganahan ug Broasted Chicken?


greasy foods
Title: Re: Native Filipino Delicacies, what have you?
Post by: Bambi on September 08, 2009, 04:29:23 AM
delicious but makatambok ug maka high blood, unja ang chloresterol pa  :(
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