|29/365 - Paksiw na Bangus|
We're not really bangus fans but we were craving for some last January 29th. I saw the roaming fish vendor and I decided to buy one bangus and cooked it paksiw style. It was soooooooo good!
|30/365 - Palabok, Barbeque and Pichi-Pichi|
The 30th of January, I went to a photography workshop and here was the food that they served that day.
All of the attendees had a tray each of palabok, with a stick of barbeque and some pichi-pichi. Of all the items on the plate, my favorite was the pichi-pichi. The texture, the softness and of course the cheese made my day real good.
|31/365 - Guinataang Halo-Halo|
We've tried the guinatan of the local village vendor a couple of times. This day though, it tasted really bland. It was lacking in sugar and other ingredients. I guess commercialized guinataan is not really worth anyone's time, except if we're talking about something sold quite expensively.
|32/365 - Omelet|
A simple omelet for a simple brunch on the first day of the month.
|33/365 - Slices of Sweet Bread|
These slices of sweet bread were quite okay. Quite enough to fill my hungry belly.
|34/365 - Corned Beef|
Local corned beef brands are quite watery, but hubby found a great solution. He cooked it in a little olive oil with some garlic until it was dry. The taste changed drastically!
|35/365 - Ginisang Mongo|
Since we haven't gone out to shop yet, we decided to just buy some cooked viands. We had a bowl of mongo and it was nothing but disappointing. I like my mongo almost dry, thick and not watery and thin. I'm gonna make my own one of these days.