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A taste of Albay’s unique ‘sinigang sa buko’ (via Fit to Post – Yahoo! Philippines News)

Posted on: September 20, 2010

I really like Bicolano dishes..but not necessarily spicy and hot..

By Marjorie Gorospe, loQal.ph DARAGA, ALBAY — Who says all dishes in Bicol need to be spicy? At Gotohan sa Cagsawa, I had a taste of a somewhat unique version of a quintessential Filipino dish. Sinigang sa buko was created by brothers Beting and Zhar Solomon as they were starting up their gotohan in 1996. According to Michelle, Beting’s daughter, her father and uncle wanted to present something unique for the tourists in Cagsawa ruins who may not … Read More

via Fit to Post – Yahoo! Philippines News

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