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Most Expensive Coffee - Alamid Kape

Alamid Coffee is the most expensive and best tasting decaf coffee in the world. Won the prestigious coffee award. Its home grown and beats all coffee in the market in terms of taste according to coffee experts. Coffee Alamid is Philippine Civet Coffee from wild civet droppings on the different forest floors of Philippine Mountains. Coffee Alamid is a blend of Philippine's finest Arabica, Liberica and Exelsa Beans. When roasted, it exudes an almost musical, fruity aroma. It has a strong, sweet, dark chocolatey taste that is perfect for that morning kick or high power meetings. Definitely a clean cup.

Pork Bulalo Sisig

Pork Bulalo Sisig

1 kilo pork cheek 
2 cups water 
1 cup pineapple juice 
1 tsp black pepper 
6 pieces chicken liver 
1 cup chopped onions 
1/2 cup vinegar 
1/4 cup calamansi juice 
1/4 cup pineapple juice 
3-4 siling labuyo
Salt and pepper to taste

How to Cook Pork Bulalo Sisig:
Boil pork cheek in pineapple juice, water and whole black pepper. 
When tender, cool to room temperature. 
Debone pork cheek and put in bamboo skewers together with chicken liver. 
Grill over charcoal until skin part of pork is brown and crisp. 
Chop the pork and chicken liver into small cubes, mixing in the onions, vinegar, calamansi, siling labuyo, salt and pepper.

Dirty Ice Cream - Sorbetes

Pinoy Ice Cream are also called sorbetes or dirty ice cream. It is commonly known as Dirty ice cream because it is being sold in the street but not dirty as it is commonly called. It is sold in a sweet wafer cone that children loves and it is being partner with bread.

Street Selling Calamares

There is an increasing popularity of street vendors selling calamares nowadays. Pinoy Calamares is one of the Philippines most famous dishes. Well known as pulutan or serve with alcohol and with rice. It is also one of the famous Filipino dishes due to easy to cook and one of the favorite meal of Filipino.

Pinoy Spaghetti

Spaghetti is the plural form of the Italian word spaghetto, which is a diminutive of spago, meaning thin string or twine. Pinoy Spaghetti style is a taste between sweet and spicy pasta sauce. Same with your common  Italian Spaghetti preparation but with Pinoy twist.

Pinoy Fried Tilapia

Fried Tilapia

1/4 cup all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons seafood seasoning
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper
1 1/2 pounds fresh tilapia fillets
2 tablespoons canola oil
2 tablespoons butter
1 teaspoon chopped garlic
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons chopped parsley leaves

Cooking Procedures:
In a shallow plate combine flour, seafood seasoning, salt and pepper. Add the tilapia and lightly coat each side. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Shake off any excess seasoned flour from tilapia and place in the skillet. Brown on both sides, about 2 to 3 minutes per side. Turn down the heat to the pan the tilapia was cooked to low and add the butter. Once the butter is melted, add the garlic, lemon juice and parsley and saute for 2 minutes. Place the fillets on serving plates or a platter, top with the sauce and serve.

Crabs in Coconut Milk

A very tasty meal! Cut crabs in half and steam in one big wolk. When crabs are cooked, see if there is water at the bottom of the pan then throw away the water. Add the ginger and garlic. Add coconut milk. Cover pan and wait for milk to thicken. Add boullion cube, salt and pepper to taste. Add jalapeno and scallions before turning the heat off, stirring a little so melted boullion and spicy taste of jalapeno spreads out. Serve hot. And it is ready to eat.


All time favorites of evryone is pizza. It is an oven-baked, flat, disc shaped bread usually topped with tomato sauce and mozzarella and then a selection of meats, salamis, seafood, cheeses, vegetables and herbs depending on taste and culture. We have hawaiian, bacon and mushroom, cheesy and a lot more.

The term pizza pie is dialectal, and pie is used for simplicity in some contexts, such as among pizzeria staff. Originating in Neapolitan cuisine, the dish has become popular in many different parts of the world. A shop or restaurant that primarily makes and sells pizzas is called a pizzeria. The phrases pizza parlor, pizza place and pizza shop are used. 



25 pieces dried taro root or gabi leaves
½ kilo pork 
3 cups grated coconut
2 cups water 
1 big head of garlic 
2 small onions 
1 tablespoon ginger 
½ cup small dried shrimps
6 pieces hot chili pepper 
½ cup alamang 
3 tablespoons oil

Wash dried taro root and separate leaves from stalks. Discard the prickly part of the stalk. Extract the cream from the grated coconut. In a pan, sauté garlic, onion, ginger, pork meat and stir. Add in dried shrimp, hot chili pepper, alamang, and the stalks. Cook until stalks are tender. Stuff Taro root leaf with 2 tablespoons of mixture. Arrange stuffed leaves in a casserole and pour in coconut cream. Cook until coconut cream excretes its oil and stuffed leaves are cooked well. 

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