A festival that shows the fun-spirited Filipinos, the ability to make the best of any bad situation given. Indeed, Higantes Festival is a celebration of BIG stories. Continue reading The Higantes Festival: Angono, Rizal Philippines
Filipinos in general are very romantic, and even many will say it is old-fashioned, Harana still lives on. Continue reading Sing her a song…do a Harana!
The Bayanihan (pronounced as buy-uh-nee-hun) is a Filipino custom derived from a Filipino word “bayan”, which means nation, town or community. The term bayanihan itself literally means “being in a bayan”, which refers to the spirit of communal unity, work … Continue reading The Bayanihan Spirit
For Filipinos rice it is a staple food, it is part of the culture, it is an identity, it gives bulk of carbohydrates which is perfect especially for those who does hard labor, and of course it goes with any meal. Continue reading For the Love of Rice
During summer time in the Philippines, the number one food that every single Filipinos crave for is Halo-halo. Halo-halo is from a Tagalog word “halo”, which means mix. Though widely available throughout the year as a dessert, it earned its … Continue reading Halo-halo and Granizada, you’ll ask for more!
One of many variants of banana, the “Saba” banana originated in the Philippines. The “Saba” banana though can be eaten raw, Filipinos considered it as a cooking banana like plantains. Saba is deem as one the most important varieties of banana in … Continue reading It’s Banana-Q!