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Have a Merry Tummy with Potato Gratin

Text: Bernadeth Manalo Photos and Video: Steph Dote Ano gang handa n’yo sa “Noche Buena”? Traditionally, we, Filipinos, prepare a special and prosperous dinner on our table come Christmas Eve. This is where we, together with our family, gather and eat together as we welcome the day Jesus Christ was …

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San Jose, Batangas Delicacy

Visit the San Jose, Batangas page for all information on San Jose. The municipality of San Jose celebrates Eggstravaganza Festival, the event that highlights the dominant business in town – poultry farming. Also, this is their way of thanking St. Joseph, their patron saint, for the success of their business. …

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Batangueño Food: Sinigang na Maliputo

The vast water resources in the province of Batangas serve as one of the sources of income for the Batangueños. The marine species found in lakes and bays of Batangas assure profit and abundant economy for the locality. Because it is in the waters of the province that some of …

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Batangueño Food: Adobo sa Dilaw

As the saying goes, “You are not a Filipino if you don’t know how to cook adobo.” Adobo is a traditional dish of Filipinos. We can assume that if you conduct a survey as to what would most likely be the national dish of the Philippines, probably more than half …

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Batangueño Food: Gotong Batangas

What sets gotong Batangas apart from the other version Filipinos know is that goto in this province has no rice. Other than envisioning it as a congee, gotong Batangas is a soup with beef tripes and innards. Gotong Batangas was said to have originated in Lipa City. Hence, the rising …

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Batangueño Food: Sinaing na Tulingan

Tulingan or mackerel tuna is widely available in Batangas. The most popular way of cooking this fish is sinaing (boiled). Sinaing na tulingan became a staple dish in the province and had been listed to its most popular dishes. Ingredients 1 kg small or medium sized tulingan 1/2 cup dried …

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What is your Favorite Pansit Variant?

Yesterday, we had pancit bihon as our merienda here at the WOWBatangas Home. We were indeed eating our hearts out as we chomp on the proverbial pansit like mad men. Nasair namin, ika nga. Kasarap ga! 🙂 But Paul, one of the multimedia artists of WOWBatangas thought otherwise. “Hindi ako …

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