Chill with the grill…

Chill with the grill…

Okay, this one is going to be short. At least, in this article, a good food can be had in four simple and very easy steps.  All that one has got to do is find it, pick it, wash it, and grill it. For that, one could not be more thankful for the bounty of the sea that is the Tañon Strait Protected Seascape.  In particular, the intertidal mudflats along the coastlines of Barangays Manipis and Luca, in Tanjay City, and the “tagnipis” shellfish that inhabit in there.  Continue reading “Chill with the grill…”

The Ugpan Pasta

The Ugpan Pasta
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I don’t wanna spoil the fun by jumping right into the end of the story.  But just like in some movies, they put the last parts of the movie in the intro, and then whole movie is devoted to telling how it got there. That is, in this case, an empty plate and a full stomach.

In a previous article, this writer made a commitment to do another one that traces the steps of something that began as the “ugpan” shellfish in Manong Boning‘s basket, and ended up on an empty plate [picture above] that’s due for the dishwasher. This is it.  Continue reading “The Ugpan Pasta”