we Filipinos have been very passionate about our very own palate particularly the way we put rice on a pedestal. it is a definitive staple in our country and i can never imagine a day without having a cup or two…okay! sometimes three!:] a pizza slice or a burger and fries meal is never as satisfying compared to a …say, binagoongan and rice lunch. neither will a pancake and egg breakfast measure up to our very own SILOGS. a term coined from SInangag, which is fried rice and itLOG [egg]. the way we like our fried rice cooked is also important…with fried garlic and lots of oil and that’s it. well, that’s how i like my fried rice anyway and it is how i knew fried rice should be since time immemorial. and for my own entry, i have yet another favorite breakfast treat…PUSITLOG as i’d like to call it with PUSIT or deep fried dried squid, as the star of the show.

…the pusit is straight from Cebu. my sister brought it here last August. and i still have a few packs to last my future cravings. but when we talk of the silogs, the list can just go on and on. and that is what we have in store for this week’s Lasang Pinoy, Sundays. top your sinangag and egg with whatever your creative juices tell you. the more creative, the better!
Lapis-silogs is a themed weekly FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY meme, PINOY style! don’t forget to link back here and come back to check out all the yummy entries!


30 Responses to Lasang Pinoy, Sundays Week#25: an ode to SILOGS

  1. We are silog crazy! I haven’t tried pusitlog yet…ever. Hee hee. I love Cebu’s danggit though, so danggitlog it is for me. :)

    Enjoy the rest of Thanksgiving weekend, ces! Mmwah!

  2. G_mirage says:

    Ces, (maaga ko ngaon). Ung pusit na yan iba pa sa danggit? I have danggit right now, hubby asked ‘bakit amoy pusit dito’ when he opened the rice container kanina.

    Do enjoy your day, ingat lagi!

    G_mirage’s last blog post..Lasang Pinoy Sundays – Silog

  3. G_mirage says:

    Btw, thanks for displaying my EC card ;)

    G_mirage’s last blog post..Photo Hunt – Metal

  4. Pinky says:

    It’s 12:30 am here and after posting my “silog of choice” and visiting yours afterwards… my tummy’s grumbling like crazy!!! Waahhh! :(

    Guess it’s gonna be “silog” for breakfast for me tomorrow – hahaha! :lol:

    Pinky’s last blog post..LaPiS: Silogs

  5. abby says:

    nakakagutom, ces!!!

    abby’s last blog post..Lasang Pinoy, Sundays: Silogs

  6. Jay says:

    Tamang tama… breakfast na!

    Eto Aken Lahok

    Jay’s last blog post..La.Pi.S #20: SiLog

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  8. iska says:

    Happy thanksgiving kahit huli na :-) at happy LP!

    iska’s last blog post..La.Pi.S.25: Longsilog

  9. FoodieJenn says:

    I like the photography on the first pic, but sadly, I don’t eat runny egg yolks. =)

    My LaPiS entry is now posted. Glad to be back in circulation – been out for many weeks!

    FoodieJenn’s last blog post..LongSiLog

  10. peachkins says:

    I love sunny-side-up eggs!

    My posts are here and here .

    Have a great Sunday!

    peachkins’s last blog post..What a wonderful morning!

  11. Zriz says:

    Looks so yummy Ces! :) I miss my SILOGs na!

    Sayang hindi na ako nka join…I need to keep up to date muna sa mga themes…hehehe

  12. Lynn says:

    Come to think of it, haven’t tried pusit with garlic rice and egg yet. I’ve loads of silog pictures up now. Happy weekend! :)

    Lynn’s last blog post..Silog (Garlic Rice and Egg)

  13. maver says:

    Not really a fan of pusit, mainly because our condo unit smells of it after cooking even just a few pieces.

    Thank God it’s still Sunday on your side of the globe :D My (late) entry may be found here…

  14. Yummy combinations. Sinangag is perfect for breakfast meal.

    Rach (Heart of Rachel)’s last blog post..Weekend Snapshot #52

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  16. Thess says:

    Yummy egg yolk, just the way I like it on my SILOG!

    my entry is up friends, hope you can all drop by!

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  18. Julie says:

    I also love this combo, even if he kitchen smell of pusit afterwards :D

    I have a different kind of tapsilog in my entry :)

  19. Cookie says:

    di ko pa nasubukan ang pusitsilog. pero mukhang ma-typan ko ata yan. there’s nothing like the smell of fried dried seafood to wake up your senses sa umaga.

    here’s my entry..SILOG…sorry medyo late na po :)

  20. Meeya says:

    huli man daw at magaling… silog pa rin. :)

    i hope everyone had a great thanksgiving weekend! :)

  21. oggi says:

    Sarap ng pusitlog! That’s how I like my fried egg too, runny as sunny side up should be.:)

    I’ll try to post kahit late na.

    oggi’s last blog post..Go ‘Skins

  22. Jescel says:

    wow…pusitlog sounds soo good.. hmmn.. I’ve just posted my spamsilog not too long ago in my site. can i enter that for Lasang Pinoy? Pls. let me know. Thanks.

    Jescel’s last blog post..Molten Chocolate Cake

  23. Jescel says:

    already posted my entry and added the logo/link to my post… hope you guys come and visit. You may need to scroll a couple of posts down though coz i posted on october.

    Jescel’s last blog post..Molten Chocolate Cake

  24. maiylah says:

    yummy! the ones from Cebu tastes really GOOD!!! we’ve got some here at home right now … :)

    maiylah’s last blog post..LasangPinoy, Sundays: Silog

  25. Zriz says:

    this is a late post Ces! :) I decided to join this week… :)

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