CATEGORY: ‘Fish’

“Boodle” Style Dining a la Marketman

03 Apr, 2014

Boodle-style eating refers to a military setting of tables with banana leaves piled high (hopefully) with food that everyone attacks and eats with their bare hands, often without even sitting!

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.

 

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