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Jul 31, 2009

OUTDOOR FOOD- FRIDAY SHOOT OUT

Philippine cuisine is Malayo-Polynesian in origin with predominant Hispanic base. It has received varying degrees of influence from Chinese, American and other Asian cuisine. Today, Philippine cuisine continues to evolve in techniques, and style of cooking dishes, in both traditional Filipino, and modern cuisines. Fast food is also popular here.

We Filipinos have tradition that exhibit festivities. It is known as Barrio fiestas(district festivals). The said celebration is to commemorate the patron saints. During this festivity, everyone is welcome to visit and join the celebration. There are native and modern menus prepared for visitors. In this feast Filipinos are known for being hospitable. In the city, there's food festival in the street at nighttime. People get and eat together.

I was with my office mate and his fellow bikers during Dumaguete week celebrated every November.


We visited Trappist Monastery in Guimaras island. We had lunch with a monk.



This is a memory of a special friend. We had a romantic dinner under the moon and stars.

This post is in connection with the FRIDAY- MY TOWN SHOOT OUT. The theme is OUTDOOR FOOD assigned by GirliChef of Indiana.

12 comments:

girlichef said...

Nice!! Food brings people together, right!? Love the socialness of the first photo :D

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Wow that looks like fun. I like trying new and different foods. Cool Coca Cola bottles with the straws.

And lunch with a monk??? Lucky you!

Denise said...

I love eating with friends. To dine with friends always makes the experience more enjoyable.

Reena said...

what!!!! who was the special friend you had dinner with under the moon and the stars?? :) that's sweet..

nuts said...

namiss ko native food pag fiesta. what is that food in the last photo? yummy...

witsandnuts said...

Nakakamiss ang mga fiesta. Uy, special ang last photo. =)

Melissa said...

nice

Blue Rose said...

uhmmm... sino special someone na yan? hehehe

namiss ko tuloy ang fiesta sa probinsya namin. mula ng pumunta ako ng manila hindi na ako nakapunta ng pistahan. *sigh*

Gordon said...

Redlan, you are a member of our shootouts as long as you want to be. I'm sorry if your name was removrd by mistake. Gordon

Patty said...

I am running so behind. Yikes. It is almost Friday again and I am still working on last Friday.

Great food shots. Sounds like you had a nice meal under the stars.

Chef E said...

Being a chef this one is close to my heart, and love your photos. Like Gordon said, if you were removed it was by mistake and possibly weeks ago, so sorry!

I look forward to seeing more of your posts!

Martha said...

I know I'm very late coming by but had to stop by and say how wonderful! Love your shootout :-)