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Connie Veneracion
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Attended University of the Philippines, Diliman
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Ox, cow, bull, beef... whose tongue is it anyway?
Ox tongue is the same as beef tongue. The difference in terminology traces its roots in farming methods during the Middle Ages.
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+Samantha Han hahah! I know right! =)
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A #tofu  and Chinese #cabbage  stir fry cooked in 5 minutes.
The food photos I post on Instagram are those that I don't think anyone would expect to be accompanied by a recipe. It seems I got it wrong. At least, relative to the photo of the tofu and pechay d...
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Fall in love with #filipino   #adobo  
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The town of Taal in Batangas claims proprietary rights over the origin of adobong dilaw, a regional variant of adobo cooked with fresh turmeric. Where adobo sa tanglad hails from, I have no idea. I...
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Hi +Natty Sacco. A friend cooked this for her family and her family said they don't want to go back to adobo with soy sauce.

By the way, adobo with soy sauce is NOT the original version (the original has salt, vinegar, garlic and peppercorns). :)
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Deceptively simple in looks, yes, but the total experience is anything but simple. #fish   #seafood   #southeastasianfood   #vietnamese  
The fish is twice cooked. First, it is deep fried to give it texture. Next, it is braised in the spice sauce just long enough to allow the fish flesh to soak up the flavors. The result is both comf...
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Why do some people eat offal while others don't? Personal bias, class prejudice, culture and tradition all play a part.
A scene from my childhood: My father comes home from his early morning trip to the market with a whole head of pig, cleans it then takes it to the neighborhood bakery where he asks the owner (a friend of his) to roast it. Hours later, he retrieves the pig's head from the bakery and we sit down ...
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I need to ask the chicken vendors here where the testicles go. :)
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Depending on my mood, I like my donuts plain or fancy. When I'm feeling nostalgic, I spell them as “doughnuts.” Whatever the spelling, and whether plain or fancy, I have to have them with coffee. I've come to think of donuts and coffee as things that naturally and logically go together.
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Sometimes, even carnivores eat #vegetarian  (even #vegan ) food. Yesterday's dinner turned out to be a #meatlessmonday  meal. 
The food photos I post on Instagram are those that I don't think anyone would expect to be accompanied by a recipe. It seems I got it wrong. At least, relative to the photo of the tofu and pechay d...
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Pork ears are delicious!
Why am I posting a street food in a noche buena blog? Because, my dear, pulutan is a must during Christmas. Pinoy culture. There's drinking and there's drinking and it usually lasts from the mornin...
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Last night at Eastwood City, between dinner (Buffet 101 -- lousy) and the last full show (Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation), Sam and Alex spent two hours at Dimensione (oh, they love houseware and ...
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If you're in the #antipolo  area... #cheesecake   #philippines  
I'll go straight to the point. From food writing, I've jumped to food selling. It's a big step for me; that's why I used the word "jump". How did it happen? I've been selling cheesecakes (only upon...
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Oh, yes, I love offal!
Intestine, heart, lung, kidney, gizzard, liver, brain, blood and tendon are some of the offal cooked in Southeast Asia (includes graphic images).
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I'm an omnivorous meat-loving mother with a vegetarian daughter. It's challenging.
The dish molded fried rice wrapped in egg served with sesame seed dressing and chili oil. The fried rice includes mock fish fillets cut into small cubes.
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