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Teach our children to be respectful. "Pagmamano" a wonderful filipino tradition! Im proud to be a filipino! Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Armenian Culture, Viking Culture, Russian Culture, Spanish Culture, Polynesian Culture, Filipino Recipes, Philippines Culture

"Po and Opo" These two words are often heard from children addressing their parents, or when addressing an elderly and when talking to someone much older than you. Saying these two words are act of respect and one of the greatest values Filipino culture can be proud of. If you try to translate "po"and "opo" into other languages, there is no word that can compare to act of respect that these two words bring.

Tumbang Preso,Larong Pinoy - The Filipino Games

Larong Pinoy - The Filipino Games

I've always wanted to be a kid! I remembered the times me and my childhood friends sneak out of the house just to play on the streets. "Larong pinoy" is a term for Filipino games, we often play outside the house most of the day and especially at...

Mango Royale or Mango Float is a popular Filipino no bake refrigerated cake made out of sweetened whipped cream and mangoes in a Malt cracker base. Mango Graham Cake, Mango Cake, Mango Graham Float, Pinoy Dessert, Filipino Desserts, Filipino Food, Filipino Recipes, Filipino Dishes, Asian Recipes

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Mango Royale or Mango Float is a popular Filipino no bake refrigerated cake made out of sweetened whipped cream and mangoes in a Malt cracker base. I am not 100% sure where did this dessert originated but with the American influence in the Philippines it looks like this is a variation of the icebox cake where whipped cream and chocolate wafers are stacked to each other to form one big piece of cake.

Patupat Iloko: Patupat is a delicacy made from glutinous rice cooked in sugarcane juice. This popular Ilocano snack is usually prepared during summer when sugarcane is harvested. Traditionally, sugarcane juice in the region is processed into solid form called "sinuklob" by using empty half coconut shells as molders and simultaneously, patupat is prepared. Filipino Dishes, Filipino Desserts, Filipino Recipes, Filipino Food, Pinoy Dessert, Philippine Cuisine, Sugarcane Juice, Pinoy Food, International Recipes

Patupat Iloko: Patupat is a delicacy made from glutinous rice cooked in sugarcane juice. This popular Ilocano snack is usually prepared during summer when sugarcane is harvested. Traditionally, sugarcane juice in the region is processed into solid form called "sinuklob" by using empty half coconut shells as molders and simultaneously, patupat is prepared.

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Pinoy Recipes | Yummy Magazine

Pinoy recipes by Yummy.ph, the modern Philippine food magazine. An online database of easy meals every day for the Filipino who loves to cook and eat

Filipino Fruit Salad Drink / Fruit Salad Juice – The Peach Kitchen - Salada Recipes Filipino Dishes, Filipino Desserts, Filipino Recipes, Filipino Food, Fruit Drinks, Dessert Drinks, Fruit Juice, Beverages, Summer Salads With Fruit

@@ For lil bro during summer FRUIT SALAD DRINK 1 can of fruit cocktail 2 1/2 cups Nata de Coco 2 cups red jelly, diced 4 cups tapioca balls {sago} 3 cups condensed milk 1 pack all purpose cream 2 cups coconut meat, shredded lots of ice Combine all the ingredients in a punch bowl or any large container. Make sure the container can accomodate lots of ice. Stir in lots of ice. The ice will melt and that would be the base of the juice. Don’t put water or it will dilute the taste of the drink.

Back in the days, our after-school food trips won’t be complete without a cup of pink, mouth-watering ice scramble. The classic iskrambol as we know it was made from shaved ice drizzled with milk powder and chocolate syrup Pinoy Street Food, Filipino Street Food, Filipino Food, 90s Food, Pinoy Dessert, Apple Salad Recipes, Filipino Tattoos, Chocolate Syrup, Filipino Recipes

Back in the days, our after-school food trips won’t be complete without a cup of pink, mouth-watering ice scramble. And during an era when pearly shakes were still virtually unknown, iskrambol was a total summer delight. The classic iskrambol as we know it was made from shaved ice drizzled with milk powder and chocolate syrup. Over the years, ice scramble has slowly evolved from simple street food into a well-liked Pinoy smoothie now served in local malls.

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Pancit Bihon - A traditional Filipino noodle dish. Oh how I have missed thee as well! Filipino Recipes, Asian Recipes, Ethnic Recipes, Filipino Food, Filipino Noodles, Pancit, Summer Dishes, Grubs, Good Food

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Have you ever had Pancit? It's a traditional Filipino noodle dish and it's a-maz-ing. My boyfriends family is Filipino and he can't get enough of it. He raves about this stuff. I tried to make in on my own last year -- and being that I am not Filipino -- and the women in my family haven't been making it for generations, it was a TOTAL FAILURE. It tasted nothing like my boyfriends mom's and we were forced to drown it in soy sauce. Terrible. This time though, I decided I wasn't messing around…