The entire Filipino nation celebrates the 28th death anniversary of former Sen. Benigno”Ninoy” Aquino Jr. on Aug. 21, 2011. There were different activities held in different parts of the country participated by different sectors of Philippine society to pay tribute to the man who “set aside his own personal comfort, his interest and even his life to achieve greater good for the whole country”.
Presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda has issued a statement on the eve of the 28th anniversary of Aquino’s homecoming and death at the airport that now bears his Read more
Most Filipinos love to eat chicken dishes especially the curry. The chicken curry is very popular dish during birthdays, wedding receptions, town fiestas, and other special occasions. But why would’ve wait for these occasions to happen instead we can serve this special dish anytime we want to. The cooking procedure of chicken curry is very much simple and their ingredients are also less expensive.
The Filipino-style chicken curry recipe is almost the same to any curries in the world. It’s their spices/seasonings probably made this curry more tasty and special to Read more
This sensational 10 year old kid Maria Aragon who sang her own version of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way has caught the attention of many YouTube viewers and was praised by Lady Gaga on Twitter which brought tears to her eyes while watching the video. “She is the future,” Gaga tweeted.
Maria uploaded this video on her sister’s YouTube channel Read more
Ginataang Alimasag or also known as Crab in Coconut Milk is a very special dish for most Filipinos. The uniqueness of this dish has been already savored to everyone’s meal, once you’ve taste it; you cannot resist anymore the fineness of its favor. Aside from its mouth-watering taste, Ginataang Alimasag is also rich in iodine and other minerals that make it a very nutritious dish. It helps keep your family stay healthy but just be sure they have no any allergies reacting on it.
A kalesa or calesa is Philippines traditional mode of transportation. It is not just an ordinary horse back riding because there is a calash (carriage) attached at the back of the horse. On that way, it can accommodate few more passengers in just a single ride. The word “calesa” originally predates the Spanish conquest and descends ultimately from an Old Church Slavonic word meaning “wheels”.
Spaghetti is a famous Italian food which adopted by the Filipinos for its aroma and mouth-watering taste. Most Filipino children really love to eat spaghetti that comes from variety of styles but for them, the Filipino Style would be a perfect one. It seemed different from Italian spaghetti since the latter is sour. The Filipino spaghetti has sweet sauce.
It has been a tradition for us Filipinos to celebrate and show our love to our special someone on this very romantic event which happens every 14th day of this month. Lovers are seeing everywhere in public areas like plazas turned into lovers lane or wherever they choose to have a date. Husband and wives are not exempted celebrating the Valentine’s Day.
Despite of so many distractions would hamper on his training, Manny Pacquiao sees Baguio City a perfect place for him to train against very dangerous Puerto Rican boxer Miguel Cotto. He said that Freddie Roach and the rest of the Team Pacquiao will have to fly here from the U.S. to prepare the Filipino to what the famous trainer referred to as the Pacman’s “toughest fight” to date.
Pacquiao denies the allegation for having a personal conflict between him and his chief trainer Roach. He said that there’s no rift between him and his trainer and in fact, they’d finalize the training schedule during the fight’s press tour next week.
This South Korean girl group pop sensation or better known as the Wonder Girls is now famous here in the Philippines with their hit single “Nobody”. The Filipinos love to hear this song while doing the so-called “clap-clap-point” dance step. A big hit in Korea since early 2008, the Wonder Girls has crossed over to Manila in such a big way that even the world-famous Cebu inmates have a video which show the boys dancing to the song.
Crispy Pata is a special dish to every Filipinos because of its crispiness and very delicious taste. But before I give you the procedure on how to make a good crispy pata, let us try to know first the meaning of the word “crispy pata” and its origin. Crispy pata means deep fried pata with a crunchy rind and soft and moist meat inside. Pata is the front or hind leg of the pig. In the Philippines, that means the leg and the trotters (knuckles).