You can find Pork Barbecue in almost every corner and in every house hold. Just the smell of it being cooked sends our stomachs grumbling. There is no basic recipe as it varies from place to place and even from household to household. But in the end, pork barbecue alwats makes us say "extra rice, please!"
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Sinigang is one of the most popular soup dishes in the Philippines and the list goes on on the different variations it has across the country. If there's a Sinigang na Bangus with Puso ng Saging, which is already different from the usual fish sinigang, then how about the pork version of it - using pata or pork hocks.
Puto Lanson is also called aripahol nga balinghoy (kamoteng kahoy or cassava). It is made with this grated root crop, coconut plus sugar then steamed and sold in banana leaves. It has a rough finish opposite that of the more popular puto but it packs in more flavour that I eventually finished a pair in just one sitting.
On most Filipino occasions, aside from lechon baboy, a pancit dish would always be present. Be it bihon, sotanghon, canton or combinations like bam-i (sotanghon and canton); it is always on the handa-an table. And like many Filipino dishes, the pancit recipe varies from household to household much more in different restaurants and food place.