Filipino Food in Four Courses
Jr. Riel | Oct 01, 2013
THIRD COURSE: Bibingka - A Sweet and Sticky Filipino Dessert
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OPTIONAL: Pinapaitan - A Bitter Filipino Dish Not For the Faint of Heart
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SECOND COURSE: KareKare - The Most Delectable of All Filipino Dishes
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FIRST COURSE: Puto at Kutsinta - Filipino Snacks to Start Off With
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Filipino Street Food: A Treat For Your Tastebuds
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A country's cuisine has always been an important part of cultural identity, and The Philippines is no exception.
In this installment of our Food in Four Courses series, we'll share with you three of the most beloved Filipino dishes, a starter, main course and dessert.
And to keep things interesting, we'll add on a dish that's definitely not for the faint of heart.
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