2019 Project 365, Day 141: Garlic Longganisa

Breakfast food for dinner: Tita Adah’s Homemade Eats‘ garlic longganisa! Spicy vinegar, please! 😋🍚



2018 Project 365, Day 97: Longsilog

Photo #97: April 7

Was surprised that my sister is here for the weekend, which means, I have real food at home! Well, she did not cook these, but at least I have someone who can go out and buy food. Busy incentive-filled weekend!!! 



2017 Project 365, Day 225: Aindzhel’s Food House

Photo #225: August 13

Our brunch worth P180: P25 each for 2 bowls of unlimited goto + 2 silog meals (with soup and iced tea) for P65 each! Comfort food doesn’t need to be expensive!  Check out Aindzhel’s Food House along General Ordoñez St. – nearly in front of Puregold. 🙂



2016 Project 365, Day 337: Grilled Meat

Photo #337: December 2

Kicking off another great weekend with delectable food from my favorite Lilac Street restaurant: Mandi’s Grill Grub! On the plate: pork barbecue, 3 kinds of longganisa, and grilled pork adobo. I also feasted on fresh and juicy blue marlin! Thank you for always taking care of my tummy, MGG! 😀



2016 Project 365, Day 248: Aloot Foods Longganisa

Photo #248: September 4

Many thanks to Aloot Foods for sending some goodies all the way from Koronadal! I tried these babies first, longganisa! They come in garlic and sweet variants, which are both good, but Leo and I both enjoyed the former more. These aren’t as oily nor as salty as the famous Vigan longganisa! We also think they’re not as fatty and are best paired with hot rice, some spicy vinegar, and fresh tomatoes! Breakfast food for dinner, yum!!! 😀