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!
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