So Pinoy!

Since I embraced organic living more than two years ago, I’ve been having difficulty sourcing my usual Pinoy ingredients. That includes fresh produce as well as Pinoy condiments. Shall I say, I have been totally frustrated about it thus, when I have that extreme craving every once in a while, I go for non organic ingredients with eyes closed.

Look what I came up with a few days ago? I’m sure true blue Pinoys will immediately recognize these. Although the first photo is not really that clear (sorry about that, yours truly relies only on my trusty point and shoot), I hope you can still easily identify it.

adobong pusit

Okay, that’s adobong pusit.

And this plateful of grilled veggies? This one is as clear as pristine clear water.

pinoy salad

With a good serving of brown rice and salad greens to start, that was a meal!


Comments

So Pinoy! — 10 Comments

  1. I recognized the adobong pusit in an instant 🙂 I haven’t cooked that in years too and now, seeing your picture, makes me want to be your guest tonight 🙂 haha!

    i so so love your grilled okra, eggplant and pepper. yum!!!
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  2. I remember my dad preparing that kind of “talong” salad. If I’m not mistaken… He loved that so much and also the adobong pusit. For me, the more vinegar the adobo tasted like, the more I ate. 🙂

  3. I love the enseladang gulay! I am a huge fan of simple dishes! The adobong pusit is the hubby’s favorite! 🙂

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