From the Spanish word barquillos, meaning “wafer rolls” or “rolled wafers.”
Reputedly the smallest fish in the world, sinarapan measure half a centimeter and are found in Lake Buhi, Camarines Sur, in large thick schools.
Featured photo: Sabina’s CayCay
These crunchy layered biscuits rolled in toasted peanuts are almost synonymous with Cebuano comfort food.
Photo by Toyang Noresa of Barquillos, Butter Scotch, Napoleones, Bañadas, Barquiron and Piaya from Bongbong’s of Bacolod City.
Sinampalukang Manok by Mommy Shelette. Sampalok is tamarind. Manok is chicken. Okra
After lato, pokpoklo is arguably the next most popular edible seaweed in the Philippines. It is popular in the Ilocos region of northern Luzon.
Pakumbo or Pacombo is a sweet treat whose main ingredient is dried coconut.
A local delicacy in Batangas and Aurora provinces, pakumbo is distinctive for being packaged in dried banana bark.
When the Spaniards came to the Philippines in the sixteenth century, Islam
The cough and/or choke is the sensation that completes the MikMik Experience.