Butong with Crabs of Cebu Created on August 27, 2012, 9:31 am Posted by nup

Visayan cooking is generally simple.  Meat or fish is merely boiled with vegetables and spices to prepare a dish called tinola.  Sometimes, fresh coconut milk is added to tinola to make a new dish called utan.  When fish or meat is barbecued, it is called sinugba.  Boiled vegetables mixed with ginamos (salted fish or shrimp paste) and fresh coconut milk are served as kinilaw (literally, "eaten raw"). Now, we will discover how other recipe Cebuano has. Seemly same as the great and well-known Pinakbet but with a twist! Let's know more about what's the secret of this awesome and mouth-watering dish you surely love! Start up with

Sungkilaw Falls in Diwan, Dipolog City Created on October 15, 2012, 5:26 am Posted by nup

Sungkilaw Falls is an amazing sight that many local and foreign tourists really love to visit and explore. It is described as an entirely new whitewater experience where the sightseeing pleasure never wanes.  It lies beneath the mountains of Diwan, Dipolog City. It boasts a spring on the east part that flows to a very rapid fall down to a river.

Kinunot of Camarines Norte Created on August 27, 2012, 9:41 am Posted by nup

Do you believe that the fiercest man eating predator of the deep, the shark and stingray, scampers away in terror upon seeing a diver with a bunch ofmalunggay leaves in his hand? The Story is told that Donsolanons are "kinunot" connoisseurs. Go to the marketplace in late afternoons and find an array of kinunot dishes from shark meat to manta/sting rays laid out ready for a sampling fest for prospective customers, bystanders, kibitzers taking advantage of free 'tastings'. Filipino fishermen caught a rare species of shark and went ahead and ate it, probably with a cold San Miguel too. Well, what’s done is done – so you may as well know what all the fuss was about! *Picture a group of Filipino fishermen with fat bellies and toothpicks hanging out of their mouths saying “Whua? What’d I do?*

Rodeo MasbateƱo in Masbate Created on August 27, 2012, 9:48 am Posted by nup

The Rodeo Masbateño Festival is a month-long event staged annually in the city of Masbate. The festival includes a colorful parade of horse riders, rodeo competitions, livestock shows, animal health seminars, an agro-industrial fair and a country carnival.

Men and women in colorful cowboy outfits slug it out in competitions such as lassoing on foot and horseback wrestling, two-person carambola (free-for-all), bull riding, bullwhipping, casting down, and load carrying.

Catandungan Festival in Catanduanes Created on August 27, 2012, 9:52 am Posted by nup
A tradition of the first harvest offering coinciding on the feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes. Derived from the early rituals of the ancient Bicolanos offering their harvest to their own gods as a form of thanksgiving and to seek favor for a more bountiful harvest throughout the year. A long parade of colorfully and grandiosely decorated bull and carabao carts, carrying newly harvested crops, ending with a mass before the Emerald Grotto at Calvary Hills. Here all the offerings are blessed, then distributed to indigent families. 

The Catandungan Festival is an event that celebrates the town




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