Meat marinated and cooked in a sweet pineapple sauce.
Witch’s hand! Every Filipino must have had some fun in fitting a kornet on each finger of a hand.
Granny Goose Kornets are very crunchy and addictive cone-shaped snacks. 😛
Stik-O is a popular brand of chocolate-flavored wafer sticks in the Philippines. Recently, there have been newer flavors like ube, strawberry and coconut pandan.
Tanigue with calamansi by Angie Pastor.
Featured photo taken by Rica R. in Lucban, Quezon. Pirurutong is purple glutinous rice… usually prepared by first grinding into a flour (galapong), then frying as maruya or pancakes.
Biko, Nilupak & Kalamay na Mais by Toyang Noresa.
Kakanin is a whole genre of Filipino delicacies whose main ingredient is usually rice, sometimes corn or a root crop like cassava.
Bibingka is a flat but thick yellow rice cake that was once
Featured photo courtesy of Mayette Garcia.
A popular kakanin (rice delicacy) during the Christmas holidays, puto bumbong is purple-colored rice steamed in bamboo tubes and served with grated coconut and brown sugar.
Ball of Edam cheese that’s a staple of the Filipino Christmas table
Featured photo by Angie Pastor.
Media Noche in the Philippines is New Year’s Eve, during which everyone looks forward to the large spread of food to feast on. 🙂