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Lechon

The Philippine Lechon has become a traditional cuisine here in the Philippines. A celebration is not a celebration without a whole Philippine Lechon sitting in the dinner table. Among the many popular dishes ...

Kwek-kwek

One of the most popular street foods in the Philippines, Kwek kwek (also called tokneneng) is a staple item in those ubiquitous pushcarts roaming the streets of Manila. Made of quail eggs deep-fried in flour, ...

Balut (fertilized duck egg)

In the Philippines balut is so popular that it is equivalent to what the hot dog is in the U.S. There are balut vendors who push around carts full of fetal treats and bark their wares in a sing-song chant of ...

Halo-halo

Halo-halo (from Tagalog word halò, "mix") is a popular Filipino dessert that is a mixture of shaved ice and evaporated milk to which are added various boiled sweet beans and fruits, and served ...

Fish Balls

The most commonly eaten type of fish balls is colloquially known simply as fishballs. It is somewhat flat in shape and most often made from the meat of cuttlefish or pollock and served with a sweet and spicy ...
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