Tag: Pampanga
Sisig Tofu with Crispy Kangkong (Water Spinach)

Sisig Tofu with Crispy Kangkong (Water Spinach)

Sisig is a Filipino dish which originated from Pampanga. The usual main ingredient of sisig is pork but nowadays different ingredients are being used by local chefs such as chicken, fish, squid, and so on. Sisig tofu is a healthy alternative in cooking sisig. If you…

Sisig

Sisig is a popular dish invented in the 70’s in Pampanga, the culinary capital of the Philippines. In the Pampanggo dialect, the word sisig means a dish that has a souring ingredient. It was originally eaten as pulutan (dish eaten while drinking beer).  The original sisig includes different cuts of meat…

Everybody’s Cafe is my Cafe, too!

Basta Kapampangan, manyaman (masarap)! Says my new tote bag; a gift from Irene, my friend and partner-in-food-crime. Such is the pride of Kapampangans for their cuisine. Cooking is such a treasured legacy that well-guarded recipes are passed on from generation to generation. Nothing could be truer than Everybody’s Café, a…