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Food Production In The Philippines – Mushrooms

Video: Oyster Mushroom Farming in Silang Cavite, Philippines. Mushroom Farming in the Philippines Mushroom cultivation is a rapidly growing industry in the Philippines and there are many mushroom farms springing up across the country. Farms range in size from small homesteads to large facilities and some of the varieties cultivated across the Philippines include: Oyster Mushrooms, Woodear, Shitake, Button and ... Read More »

Travels in Tuna City – General Santos City

Large Tuna swimming in General Santos City waters

Dubbed as the Tuna Capital of the Philippines, General Santos City was once a backwater town that was famous only for its fish. But when it became known that the country’s most well-known professional boxer hailed from General Santos, the little town soon woke up its potential. Gen San, as it is colloquially called, finally found its spot in the ... Read More »

Kulinarya Tour: A Treat for your Taste Buds

Kulinarya Tour: A Treat for your Taste Buds

  When visiting a country like the Philippines, it would be a sin not to try as many of the scrumptious local delicacies as you can. There are lots of regional specialties that you can choose from for every meal, and then you can also take small snacks in between to satiate your hunger as you take in the sights ... Read More »

Smash Something at Isdaan Sea Food Restaurant

Isdaan - Seafood Restaurant

Eat and Hurl at Isdaan Tucked in the little town of Gerona, Tarlac, you’ll find a cozy restaurant that is slowly but steadily attracting patrons from all over the country. Isdaan is the Filipino word for fishpond, and it’s certainly an apt name for a restaurant that serves fresh, scrumptious seafood. But there’s more to this eatery than what you ... Read More »

Enjoying Food The Filipino Way

Click Here For A Bicol Express Recipe

Enjoying Food The Filipino Way  The Philippines is a country known for its sumptuous homemade delicacies and dishes, each one featuring ingredients unique to the place where it originated. The Ilocanos have their pinakbet, the Kapampangans have their sisig, and the Bicolanos have their Bicol express. What unifies all these distinct flavours and seasonings is the Filipinos’ love for good ... Read More »

5 Places You Must Visit When In The Philippines


5 Places You Must Visit When In The Philippines   No matter what city or barrio in the Philippines you may be heading off to, there are certain quirky places that you just should not miss. There are certain secret spots in every Filipino town you can explore only if you know where they are and how to get there. ... Read More »

Filipino Pina, A Love Affair With The Pineapple

Pineapples at Market in The Philippines

Filipino Pina, A Love Affair With The Pineapple The pineapple is a juicy, nutritious, and tangy tropical fruit that is a great favorite among Filipinos. It is probably the only other fruit that comes close to the coconut as a cooling delight, especially during summer. Local legend has it that the pineapple is actually a girl who was turned into ... Read More »

Summer In The Philippines – Filipino Frozen Delights

Halo Halo - Filipino Frozen Delights

Summer In The Philippines Filipino Frozen Delights With the Philippines’ amazing summer weather come the tropical heat and humidity that can drive even the most dedicated beach junkies indoors. Even the scenery, crystal-clear skies, warm winds, and powdery sand can do little to distract people from the soaring temperatures, especially at midday. So if you’re feeling a little too worn ... Read More »

Happy New Year! Filipino Celebrations and Superstitions

new year fireworks philippines

Happy New Year! Filipino Celebrations and Superstitions Filipinos are generally superstitious. This is not surprising given that the country’s version of Catholicism is steeped in the rich brew of folk magic and cross-cultural traditions. The Chinese, Americans, Japanese (and to a certain extent, the French, British and the Dutch) have all landed ashore at some point or another in Philippine ... Read More »

Paskong Pinoy 202 (A Christmas Special Part 2)

Paskong Pinoy A Christmas In The Philippines Special (Part 2)   A truly Pinoy Christmas can only be characterized as a gathering of friends, family and food. Filipinos love nothing better than fresh, home-cooked meals. There’s no better time to showcase one’s best family recipes or personal cooking prowess as when kin from all over the country come home for ... Read More »