The Food of Abra — Positively Filipino, Online Magazine
Abra’s climate is divided into the dry season from November to May, and the wet season for the rest of the year. Summer is the time for abuos or the eggs of big, red ants. Gathered by poking a hole through their treetop nests the abuos sauteed with garlic, onions and lowland tomatoes, have a rich and tangy taste and is a rare delicacy.
Adobong Itlog (Hardboiled Egg Adobo) Kawaling Pinoy
Fill a saucepot with enough cold water to cover eggs by at least an inch or two. Gently place the eggs in a single layer. Over high heat, bring water to a full rolling boil. Turn off the heat, cover the
How to Make Etag / Innasin ATBP
Etag / Innasin – also known as Igorot smoked meat. Some foreigners call this as Igorot ham. It refers to salted pork and is cooked best with pinikpikan, legumes, or plain vegetables. It can also be deep fried and then eaten with vinegar or hot sauce. Yum. INGREDIENTS – Pork (1/5 of it should at 
Guts, Frogs, Bugs and Everything Wild: Top 10 Exotic Food
Balut by Meng via Flickr. Exotic food are found all over the world, like the Soup no. 5, which is basically a soup made from cow, or bull testicles, Fugu, for its delicate taste and the risk of dying from tetrodotoxins (if it’s not prepared correctly!) and live Gaebool for