CATEGORY: ‘Fish’

Homemade Spicy Tuna and Crabstick Maki/Temaki

28 Mar, 2014

We all love Japanese food in our household.

Abstaining from Meat?

25 Mar, 2014

I honestly can’t imagine why having seafood, and particularly a bowl of homemade seafood stew or cioppino, might be considered some sort of sacrifice when one gives up meat during lent or even a day per week during lent.

A Mostly Vegetarian Dinner…

18 Mar, 2014

My niece attended graduate school just outside Boston, and had a flat-mate who eventually ended up doing development work in Cambodia, Laos and is now stationed in Tacloban with a multinational agency.

Dried Sea Cucumbers

14 Mar, 2014

Still in Northern Cebu, I also came across some dried sea cucumber, changing hands for amazing amounts of money.

Three Ways with Danggit — Version 3: Buwad/Daing na Danggit

12 Mar, 2014

If you left labtingaw out to dry for several hours more under the hot sun (and perhaps seasoned the fish with a bit more salt if you preferred), you would end up with what most folks know as buwad or daing na danggit.

Three Ways with Danggit — Version 2: Labtingaw

11 Mar, 2014

Semi-dried, lightly-salted danggit (or other fish) is called labtingaw in Bantayan, Cebu, Leyte and other parts of the Visayas.

Three Ways with Danggit — Version 1: Lamayo

10 Mar, 2014

Last Friday I took a day trip up to Bogo, in Northern Cebu, specifically to identify suppliers of seafood to supply our restaurants and as a result, help the storm ravaged areas get back on their feet.

Tinapang Bangus & Sotanghon Lumpia

03 Mar, 2014

I was flipping through The Philippine Cookbook compiled by Virginia Roces de Guzman and Nina Daza Puyat and saw a recipe for “Lumpiang Bangus” which is attributed to Carol Andrews Ferrer.

 

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