FTF March 16th, 2012 | 12 Comments »
Last Sunday when the family went out after church, we went out and had dinner at one of the restaurant nearby. And we ordered the tinolang native chicken and my favorite hito or cat fish.
tinolang manok.. i like it too!!
Miss tinolang manok so badly:(
Visiting for FTF- hope you can stop by:)
tsalap especially when eating with hand.
sarap nung tinolang native! yum yum 😀
here for FTF ^^
OHhhh myyyy…I’m drooling over here! Love Hito, one of my favorite isda! ANyway thank you for visiting me and for leaving a comment!
Sorry friend..pero hindi talaga ako kumakain ng hito. Ewan ko ba kung bakit. But YES! Winner sa akin ang tinolang native na manok. Sabaw pa lang at samahan mo ng patis na may sili. Panalo! Ubos panigurado ang kanin sa kaldero. Hehehehe
there’s nothing better than sharing pinoy foodies with our families.
tinolang manok…we love it, even my kids! i am sure everyone feasted on those foods, yummy. visiting late from FTF, see you around. thanks and have a great week. 🙂
wow! Sobrang tagal ng since I ate native chicken but I still remember how good it was,no need to use chicken cubes to make it taste better.
Yummmm!!Lutong pinoy talaga!!^_^
Hello there,sistah Anne!Forgive my very late visit,I’ve been busy lately and thanks for dropping by^_^
oh oww, native chicken! I’m sure it tastes different with the chicken sold in the market. the broth must be very tasteful.
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My kids and I love to eat, it is our way of bonding especially on weekend. This is also a note of my healthy lifestyle, it is indeed important to watch out our diet to maintain our health and posture.
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