I had a great game of golf earlier today... I won by just one stroke resulting to a free lunch of "bulalo" (beef stew with bone marrow). And of course, I cannot enjoy eating the free bulalo lunch without "patis" (local fish sauce) with several grams of "siling labuyo" (Philippine chili pepper with a hotness... Continue Reading →
Is chili pepper, tomato, and eggplant a fruit or a vegetable? Why was the eggplant called an "eggplant", it doesn't look like an egg, if you'll ask me. It looks more like a hotdog... I think it should be called "hotdogplant"!
I like siling labuyo so much that I enjoy eating it mixed with rice! Yup, you read it right... it is mixed with rice and not rice mixed with siling labuyo! Sarap anghang talaga! (Deliciously hot!) Siling labuyo is the Philippine version of "habanero" though habanero is hotter (I have the Tabasco Habanero sauce at... Continue Reading →