Posted by: goyo | December 19, 2007

Roadside Food

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  1. Thanks for sharing all these. It is great to know somebody like you appreciates the simple life in the Philippines. I am a Filipino but I’m now here in Chicago. The photographs you posted make me miss home and the foods. I think these are in central visayas, part of Cebu.

    My home is in Roxas City, in Panay Island where the famous Boracay island is found in the province of Aklan. Have you been there? I hope you did not miss the island in your trip’s itinerary.

    Have a great time in my homeland.

    I wish you well.

    ~ Jeques

  2. ahhh. i miss danao… 😐 ill probably go there this weekend. 😀

  3. Oh my goodness…i’m now caving kinilaw and pork bbq! Can you fedex me some? Hehe.

  4. Kalame ba sa inyong pani-udto. Surely i have them next month. Were doing sutukil: sugba,tuwa ug kilaw. Do you kilaw Goyo. I don’t think so, maybe eat the grill fish only.

  5. Ah, sutukil or shoot to kill, they are good for you. But no Kil for me!

    There is a great chicharone place in Liloan. Nice big crispy pieces. and don’t forget the famous Rosquillos, Ummmmm good!

    Thx for the tour Goyo. We are coming in February. Getting hungry now.

  6. Yum, yum, yum. Have you tried the lechon yet? Drool, drool, drool.=)

  7. Hi Jecques. Unfortunately I have not made it to Roxas City yet. Akong higala, kano guy, lives there. Perhaps next trip. I want to see the witches of Capiz fiesta ever since I saw a video of it on youtube.

    Ay, Myrna I am hari na kilaw. 🙂 I have kinilaw lato, kinlilaw guso ug kinilaw isda. Lami, lami. Maayo sumsuman. I love it! I even eat it in US.

    Hoz, now you tell me! Chicharon! Or should it be tsitsaron? I love tsitsaron, especially the homemade kind. I hear Carcar is the best pero dili tilaw hangtud karon.

    Ianne, now it’s time for my confession. Lechon baboy is not one of my favorites. Just cannot develop a taste for it. Do I have to give up my honorary Pinoy status now? Daghan tambok, di ba? However, lechon manok is lami. Oh yeah, and no way I’m gonna’ try Balut. Hahaha. 🙂

    Goyo in Wonderland

  8. Go ahead and eat Balut!

    Drink some SM and have it with salt. It’s a bigger “mind trip” than complete gross out, just tastes like hard boiled egg, except it crunches…

  9. it’s sad you don’t fancy lechon, I would have invited you to Talisay City, where you can find the best lechon in the country 🙂 however, as Hoz said, you can give Balut a try, I remember before every time I donate blood for charity purposes, we were given a bottle of San Miguel Beer and Balut to recuperate fast . . .

  10. ewwwwww Balut… thanks
    the SM I can drink, with something salty, but a half incubated duck egg….no thanks 🙂

  11. Hey! Excellent blog. Good trip!

  12. Wow – the food is making me hungry!

  13. Goyo, pinoy najud diay ka no? Mokaon naman ka kinilaw. Easy to please you about food. My hubby never learn to eat pinoy food like pancit or spring rolls. Arte kau ne, bahala sya.

  14. Myrna, I’m just a pinoy wannabe. 🙂 Some things I really like, example kinilaw. Some I don’t care for too much, example lechon baboy. But I’m trying. If I’m going to eventually live here I must become accustomed to this life. Di ba?

  15. Yes, sigurado jud. Including dried fish.Lechon baboy more cholesterol no gud na.

  16. My wife has received bagged Dili from the Philippines and has been eating them with rice and vinegar and garlic.

    Sorry, but I refuse to eat them. They smell like the outhouse back on the farm!

    At least she doesn’t have to fry them up, eeeeeeuuuuuwwwwwwww.

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