Friday, March 30, 2012

A Birthday Fiesta in the Province

My mom threw my dad another party during his actual birthday in our province.

Here are the typical food we usually have during such festivities:

PACO SALAD

We got this from Celi's. It's a restaurant where drivers, employees, office people, and famous people all gather up and dine. You can actually have Paco salad from the famous LJC Group of Restaurants which offers authentic kampampangan cuisine. The difference is Celi's Restaurant offers the dish at half the price.


PANCIT

What's a Filipino party without it!?

BAKED MACARONI

This is the second most requested party food whenever my mom asks the guests what they want. We get this from Toll House located in Sto. Rosario, Angeles. This is the BEST OF THE BEST. I have not met one person who has tasted this and said that it wasn't.

ROAST BEEF

Also from Toll House.

DINUGUAN

To my foreign readers ( naks! ) Dinuguan is a native dish made from coagulated pig's blood and pig's intestines cooked in pig's blood and vinegar. Yeah yeah, it sounds gross and it definitely looks gross ( call Andrew Zimmern! ) but this is one perfect dish for me!

LECHON

and the main star of the fiesta, THE LECHON! Upon opening this, the end part of this delicious pig was quickly eaten by the early guests.


Or was it Lulu???!!!

Have A Lovely Day!



20 comments:

  1. Now, I'm starving...the puppy is so cute! bet he's also hungry!! ^_^~

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    1. did you know Filipinos eat dogs? ;p ( did I just freak you out?! )

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  2. now that's what I call a feast!! Looks delicious!

    xx
    meinmode.blogspot.com

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    1. All of them were indeed delicious my fierce friend Mik! <3

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  3. The first part of dishes looks amazing but it's dinuguan and lechon which I'd never try :D i hope you had a great time !

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    1. dare to eat the Dinuguan Kasia? :D

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  4. I love toll house! You should bring paco salad for me next time... haven't tried celi's :(

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  5. Address please or contact numbers for Celi's and Toll Hlouse.....

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  6. hi darling... i'm doing good!! :D :D :D TOTALLY getting acquainted to pinoy food more here ;)

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    1. what is happening with you??? I know you are busy! I have a girl cousin who used to do what you are doing now. She had so much fun and traveled almost the entire globe! POST!!!

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  7. when you said kapampangan cuisine. i suddenly missed pampanga. ohh! memories~
    anyway, cute puppy! and i want that roast beef!!

    I'm not sure how to address you, is your name Lovely? :)

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  8. Celli's is in Pampanga?
    Pampanga! waah! I want tibok-tibok! :p

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    1. Yup! I am not really sure if Celi's ba or Celli's or Celly's? Anyhoo its near Nepo! How'd you know about Tibok-Tibok????!! I love that dessert as well!!!

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    2. one of my officemate's from pampanga! yun ang lagi ko hinihingi na pasalubong! nagccrave na tuloy ako ngayon!! aikk.

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    3. ohhh!!!! ok ok.. yeah, i haven't seen tibok tibok being sold here in manila

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