PHILIPPINE EXOTIC FOOD: THEY WILL NEVER EVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY IN OUR UK DINING TABLE

They say that food show the culture, tradition, and custom of a nation. I believe so, too. The Philippines has an array of cuisines totally infused with Chinese, Spanish, and American (just to mention a few) tastes.

All around the globe, I can just imagine the different types of food each country has to offer. I am also quite sure that some of their food wouldn’t be that palatable to our own taste buds.

In the foreseeable future, I am going to embark on a journey which will take me to a new, different level of everything. Food is just one of those concerns I have in mind. Thanks to my husband and my new-found family members in the UK that they were and are always there to explain and help me through the stages I went and will surely go through.

Anyway, I know that I will be missing a lot of food that I am used to having in the Philippines. Balut, adidas, alamang, bagoong isda, dilis, dinuguan, tuyo, isaw, pritong palaka (though I am not really keen on putting it in my mouth lol), ulo ng manok (bbq) just to mention a few. THESE EXOTIC FOOD WILL NEVER EVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY IN OUR HOUSEHOLD IN THE UK. 😂😂😂

Well, you cannot have everything you want and like. I cannot whine about it, can I?

What’s in your list of food that you miss or will miss? I wanna hear them. Ta!

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