Vigan Longganisa Pasta Recipe

Vigan Longganisa Pasta Recipe
I was really shocked that I ran out of rice at home. I know it’s really hard to think of something to cook without pairing it to steam rice. Asians especially Filipinos are really fond of pairing rice to their viand of food. Good thing I have lots of stocks of pastas at home and now my problem is, what sauce can I paired with my spaghetti noodles.¬†hmm¬†There! Vigan Longganisa! I remember that a friend of mine bought me longganisa because he knows that one of my favorite locally made sausage is Vigan Longganisa. Vigan Longganisa is a garlicky sausage made from Vigan Ilocos Sur, northern part of...
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Pagudpod – Day 3 Part 3

Pagudpod – Day 3 Part 3
We Left Laoag right after visiting sand dunes of La Paz in the afternoon, We arrived Pagudpod early in he evening just right for us to check-in and had dinner at Apo Idon Hotel. We had a great time during the day enjoying the sun, sand and the sea waves at the beach front of Apo Idon in Pagudpod. Immidiately right afte lunch, we checked out at the hotel and continue exploring the last phase of Ilocos Norte. Its a must see and experience driving through Patapat Viaduct. Its a long bridge right beside the sea and the mountain. Nice view! I really dunno if its normal for that area to be gloomy weather at...
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Laoag Day 2 in Ilocos Part 2 of 3

Laoag Day 2 in Ilocos Part 2 of 3
After 24hours stay in Vigan, we decided to go to our next stop. Laoag Ilocos Norte. We arrived at Laoag at dinner time so what we did first is to check in to a hotel accessible everywhere. Isabel suites is the name of our hotel. Neat huh and it has an wifi internet access. After checkn-in at Isabel Suites, we went around Laoag city to look for a good place to eat. Here’s our rule in looking for a place to eat. A restaurant that is very unique that you can’t find in Metro Manila. Bingo! Saramsam Cafe, very nice ambiance, mixed antique ambiance and very good food as well. hmmm yummy huh! I...
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