Author: kairos

Introduction The Philippines is known for its culinary diversity, which is reflected in the foods that have been served there since time immemorial. The country has many different cultures and traditions, all of which can be found in Filipino cuisine. Here are some examples: Sinigang Sinigang is a soup made from meat or fish boiled in a sour broth of tamarind, or other sour fruits or vegetables. The dish is usually served with rice on the side. Tamarind can be found at most grocery stores and in many Asian markets. It’s also available online for purchase (see Resources). Adobo Adobo…

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