It’s official, I will definitely be using this boring, unexciting title for all food posts to come. If you have any good suggestions, now is the time to speak up. If not, then we will be seeing this title regularly and probably even permanently. Gasp!
Back to regular programming, what started out as a Mt. Pinatubo Hiking Expedition became an Eating Adventure when local government announced that the volcano was unsafe due to bad weather. Our trip to Clark, Pampanga (that’s in Luzon, Philippines) evolved into a food frenzy with us trying as much of the local cuisine as possible.
For all ya’ll who don’t know, Pampanga is considered the best of the best when it comes to Filipino Cuisine – this province is the birthplace of the all-time favorite Sisig and other staple dishes around the country. It is also the place of exotic food like crickets and frogs and other creepy crawly creatures deep fried and served with secret spices. I couldn’t wait to get to eating, minus the weird crunchy munchies of course.
Those frogs look scary, though I’m sure there probably delicious.
Didn’t even try them! No guts, no glory lol
THAT CHORIZOOOO. Let’s go back.