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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Celebrating All Saints Day (Filipino Native Dilicacies)

Today, November 1 marks as the All Saints Day. We prepared beautiful flowers and candles to offer  it to our departed loved ones this afternoon, as we visit different cemetery. I'm pretty much sure traffic jam and huge crowd occur expectedly in every cemetery.

It been a tradition in our home and to us many Filipino's to cook something sticky and sweet. Here's a few glimpse on what we had at home in celebrating All Saints Day.

Yummy Native Filipino Delicacies for this All Saints Day. So lucky to have someone who worked for us who could cooked this. 
Palitaw (our own version) Mwasi/Muasi
Rice Cake / mixed brown sugar, sesame seed and grated coconut 
Bitsu-Bitsu
Love this taste, crunchy and the sweetness is perfectly fine
Valenciana
Bukayo
It is made by simmering strips of young gelatinous coconut (buko) in water mixing with white or brown sugar
Suman
Originated in the Philippines, it is a Rice Cake made from glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk
Pato Tim (Marinated Duck)
Food which was generously given
Siomai, Ginta-an, Spaghetti
Hungry?! Go grab a bite...

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