Cebu has lots of yummy foods but there are just some that became favorite to many – mainly because they are available anywhere and inexpensive.
How much do you want to eat these for dinner?
WARNING: THESE MAY TRIGGER A HUNGRY SENSATION!
I miss this! Utan Bisaya is so good to serve during the cold season!
#16 or #18? That is the question.
Well, I prefer #16 ’cause I can’t stand the sight of duck embryo!
Balut can be found not just in the Philippines but in neighboring countries. What’s more memorable here in Cebu is that balut vendors usually sell this beside the road at night and with accompanying salt and vinegar!
They say buwad is just for poor but I’ll be damned if I like this one! Not to mention it goes well with tomato and champorado!
If you happen to visit Carcar, bring me a bag of chicharon! So full of cholesterol, yet so good!
This! This is what I always search for during birthday parties! They say pansit can lengthen your life, so EAT MORE BAM-I!
Ah, kinilaw! Not for those who have weak stomach – you might get sick! Kinilaw is raw fish (or any meat) served with lots of spices and kalamansi. Drinkers love it when it’s served as sumsuman!
College students love this! Pungko-pungko is so good when you eat with your friends! Pungko-pungko stands usually serve hotdog, lumpia, fried chicken, ginabot, etc.
Here are some funny Tagalog names:
Adidas – chicken feet
Helmet – chicken head
Betamax – cubed-shaped pig’s blood
My favorite is chicken intestine!
Every Cebuano knows that lechon will always be at the table during parties! It’s everybody’s favorite!
Rice wrapped in palm leaves. Ah, the aroma!
Puso is usually paired with barbecue or any kind of viand you wish to eat!