Cebu Food

Various pasalubong from Cebu City

By on November 24, 2011

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During the past few months, I received some of my favorite food items from Cebu City: drieddanggit (rabbit fish), siomai (pork dumplings) sa Tisa, a pack of Kwong Bee Pork Sausage,Zubuchon lechon flakes, and Choco-Oatmeal bars and a Dulce de Leche cupcake from Leona Cakes and Pastries. All these have brought back good memories of Cebu and have made my day in one way or the other.

Except for the Kwong Bee sausage, everything was familiar to my tastebuds. I honestly did not know what to do with the sausages until last week. I discovered that each tasted like a deliciously cured ham slice. The chopped sausages were then added to my otherwise humble sauteed vegetables which elevated the dishes to whole new levels.

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I remember that there was a time where I only ate just one choco-oatmeal bar for dinner. I was then trying to lose weight back then.

The danggit came as a delightful surprise from JP. He also included in the LBC package a copy of the wonderful videos that he made for Breakthrough 2011, an annual event of the Cebu City Alliance Church. I sorely missed this program due to a delayed flight. I promised him this rather belated thank you post for his thoughtfulness and generosity.

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left then CW: Kwong Bee pork sausage, siomai sa Tisa and dried danggit

The same also goes to Mhy, Cyel, Lorie and Khonie for the other items above. I could only imagine how some of them creatively squeezed an oily package in their perfectly organized backpacks or balanced a cupcake on both laps so as not to damage its delicate frosting during the flight. I now have a deep appreciation for the thought and the effort that goes with everypasalubong be it from Cebu or elsewhere.

To all of you, daghang salamat sa makausab!

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  1. Reply

    jr3

    November 24, 2011

    ay, ay, kulang. wala'y masareal. πŸ™

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    baktin

    November 24, 2011

    hi val, paborito man d-ay na nimo. I remember bribing you with some in exchange for a copy of the March of the Penguins, many years back. πŸ™‚

  3. Reply

    Mustachio

    November 24, 2011

    You're welcome! Unsa imong gusto sunod? Hahaha

  4. Reply

    baktin

    November 24, 2011

    Hi Khon:

    (1) ginabot
    (2) larang
    (3) Alejandro's crispy pata
    (4) baby back ribs from Casa Verde
    (5) liempo from Kusina ni Nasing

    hahahaha. any of the above lang. πŸ™‚

  5. Reply

    Bee

    November 25, 2011

    hahaha! maau ni naay mga choices. lol

  6. Reply

    baktin

    November 25, 2011

    Hi Bee. Welcome back. Para dili mo maglibog sa February and March puhon. πŸ˜‰

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    rss

    November 25, 2011

    How about:
    – Ryan's Calzone
    – Arano's Callos
    – Abaseria's Adobong Bangus Belly
    – Larsian's Barbecue
    – Abuhan's Sizzling Pochero
    – Sunpride/Virginia Foods de lata

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    baktin

    November 25, 2011

    terrible, terrible ka Rino. you know all my weakspots sa pagkaon. πŸ™‚ galaway na ko da.

  9. Reply

    rss

    November 28, 2011

    and…

    Willer's chicken skin barbecue!

  10. Reply

    baktin

    November 28, 2011

    add 2 pieces of puso and sparkle! grrr… πŸ™‚

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Brennan Mercado
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Brennan is an electronics engineer by profession. From time to time, he gets to travel beyond his office cubicle, try new restaurants or catch up with his terribly long list of unread books. He likes museums, spicy food and talking with habal-habal drivers. For now, he's still deciding on whether to play PokΓ©mon GO or not.

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