Sisig on “No Reservations”

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  1. chuzzle says:

    I saw it just this morning. I love Anthony. I agree with what he said in the end. One reason why Filipino cuisine isn’t getting recognized is because we are too damn nice.

  2. Emma says:

    I could kill for a sisig or lechon right now! Except for the goat dish, everything looks too damn mouthwatering! I may have to go to Hyehwa on Sunday for some Pinoy food fix. ^^

  3. rayanne says:

    ms mkikita nio din po sa March ung kay Bobby Chan, Travel Asia, i think he’s gonna feature “suman” and ” balut” and street foods. Nung last season naman po ng Bizzare Foods by Andrew Zimmer, ung “balut” at ung exotic restaurant sa Paete Laguna where they featured ” bayawak”, ” frog” and kung ano ano pa. ^^

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  4. aJ says:

    thank you for the link, ate!
    i want it all!!!
    gutom tuloy ako… mMMmm lechon skin.

  5. marian says:

    hello betchay! after watching this, it made me crave for lechon! i haven’t had it for a while now. almost all filipino dishes taste good, but to others it’s an acquired taste.
    really? there are only few pinoy restaurants there? or is it juts hard to find?

    marians last blog post..These little things…

  6. jill says:

    yummy…very yummy! i saw this a few days ago,too..nice to see the philippines beings shown to the world in a positive (& mouth-watering) way..yup, andrew zimmern was there last year also..but he tried it in a bizarre(not really^^-the balut i mean)style…i guess it is hard to generalize filipino cuisine since it varies from one region to another…so foreigners need to visit not just one island but a whole lot out of the 7thou plus islands we have-be it high tide or low tide^^…
    i hope samantha brown comes next to show case some of our idyllic spots and browny-rich culture!
    is it bad to be nice??other foreigners find it hard to see us smiling all the time…

  7. kayni says:

    i saw this show too, and BIG YES to sisig and lechon. i am getting hungry, and i need my filipino food fix this weekend…arghggh. anyone has a recipe for sisig? i would love to try and make it.

  8. eden says:

    Very nice show! 🙂 Thanks for posting ate…

    edens last blog post..Why love Korea?

  9. jehan says:

    ate, i had a barkada from lubao and i had the chance to really enjoy kapampangan dishes a lot. and when my sister was assigned for the opening of sm pampanga, she suddenly gained weight because she said she couldn’t refuse any kapampangan dish offered to her..

    oh, i miss my mom’s papaitan, sisig and everything sizzling…

  10. nicole says:

    Hi. I really read your posts everyday. And I wait for your updates. Too sad you’re not replying to my emails. :((

  11. lunare says:

    thanks so much for the link! i’ve been korean-obsessed (kpop, kkotboda, what nots) and this is an amazing refresher to feel pinoy pride again.

  12. daniella says:

    ate betchay! kapampangan ka, ako rin taga Mexico ku… hehehe, manyaman talaga ing pamangan tamu neh…

  13. Carinne (from L.A.) says:

    Interesting… surely makes me want to travel.^__^

  14. Jim Lindley says:

    I loved that episode too. I was stationed at Clark AB from ’78-82 and my daughter was born there. While stationed there I ate sisig at that same roadside stand. Masarap! I started missing the Philippines while watching that episode. My exwife is from Angeles City so I have some great memories from there and around Luzon. I’m getting the travel bug again and want to go back.

  15. yuri says:

    Ms. Betchay,

    Heard of any store in Seoul which sells lechon (even those oven type lang)?
    Or have you heard of anyone getting lechon from Cebu to Seoul via air?
    Hope you can help ^_^ Thanks!

    • Betchay says:

      Hi Yuri! Yes, there is a store in Seoul (or is it Bucheon) that sells lechon. I got an email about that two weeks ago. I just might need to dig through my mail ;p

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