20 Jun2008

Just a quick blurb to announce that there is a Pampanga Food Festival at the Salcedo Market tomorrow, Saturday, June 21, 2008. There will be several restaurants serving kapampangan cuisine and other vendors with sweets and other native delicacies. If you are a fan of Kapampangan food, don’t miss it!

 

COMMENTS:

  1. Roberto Vicencio says:

    My sister and I are already preparing ourselves.

    Jun 20, 2008 | 7:52 pm

     
  2. Bubut says:

    wow! thanks for the announcement. I’ll try to be there early!

    Jun 20, 2008 | 8:20 pm

     
  3. zena says:

    Oh, no! I’m trying to lose 10 lbs. I like kapampangan food, sigh.

    Jun 20, 2008 | 10:43 pm

     
  4. renee says:

    i’m jealous! sarap!

    Jun 20, 2008 | 11:24 pm

     
  5. thelma says:

    i am from pampanga but now living in california. how i wish that i could be there, too!

    Jun 20, 2008 | 11:56 pm

     
  6. Tricia says:

    Just got back from HK. Was thinking of going there tomorrow then I read your post. Definitely going!!!!! :)

    Jun 20, 2008 | 11:59 pm

     
  7. grace says:

    Thanks for informing……I’ll bring my kids there.

    Jun 21, 2008 | 7:44 am

     
  8. Lyna says:

    will be going home in September. WHere is Salcedo Market?

    Jun 21, 2008 | 11:33 am

     
  9. bagito says:

    Thelma, me too! I echo your sentiments… for those lucky enough to be there, ikain niyo na lang kami. ;-)

    Jun 21, 2008 | 12:38 pm

     
  10. traci says:

    I wish the market would stay open a bit longer.. like up to 2pm? I have work on Saturdays..

    Jun 21, 2008 | 5:34 pm

     
  11. thelma says:

    bagito, which food do you miss from pampanga? iam dying to eat tagilo with mustard green and inihaw na hito. how about the yummy sisig? how i wish that i am there now!

    Jun 21, 2008 | 9:08 pm

     
  12. quiapo says:

    The kapampamangans have quite rightly earned such a good reputation for their cuisine, so much so that in olden days cooks from Pampanga were sought after to prepare large celebrations.
    I wonder how many other regions have developed a culinary identity, for instance is there a Visayan cuisine? or Pangasinan? What about distant regions from Manila, such as Isabela and Nueva Ecija? We must not forget Mindoro and Masbate. There may be culinary treasures waiting to be uncovered!

    Jun 22, 2008 | 7:18 am

     
  13. kongwi says:

    i’m a kapampangan and i’m one of the organizers of a food tour (viajeng cucinang matua – alquimista tours) that takes tourists to old kitchens in pampanga… there’s another food tour in pampanga, more upscale and highly recommendable being organized by some food/travel bloggers… my take is, each region can develop their respective food tours… it’s a matter of awareness… i’m pretty sure there’s a house or an eating place somewhere in Nueva Ecija that would whip a good dish or two, something that is not found in manila restaurants… the Tagalog cuisines of Bulacan or Batangas, the Pangasinense and Ilocano cuisines have their individual and unique strengths and i’m sure have developed their culinary identity… one thing i noticed during one of our tours, it’s the information and stories around the dishes that elicits interest from the tourist… so little know facts about a particular dish is a must… i believe that when one is open to eating the food of different regions and different cultures, he is also open to listen to other people’s views and become less judgmental…

    Aug 3, 2008 | 10:06 pm

     
  14. el_jefe says:

    kongwi i agree with you …and i think kapampangan culinary competency is just a little overhyped…thus bypassing other culinary centers of the country like the tagalog provinces like laguna, batangas, bulacan,rizal,quezon,cavite , the bikol region and iloilo and bacolod in the visayas which contributed many mainstream dishes that is enjoyed by filipinos today…i also suggest food tour organizers to try indigeneous filipino muslim cuisine down south…

    Oct 25, 2009 | 11:04 am

     
 

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