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PHILIPPINES III: Dinuguan Anyone?

 
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Mar 16, 2013 22:24 |  #1

Moderator's Note:
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The previous chapter of this thread is here:

PHILIPPINES II: Chicken and Pork Adobo!!!
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PHILIPPINES III: Dinuguan Anyone?

WELCOME TO CHAPTER III of the Philippine thread started by Mr. Roy Hernandez way back in 2006.


I. Philippines: Are you ready? (Game ka na ba?) - Ended March 5, 2012 Philippine Time

II. Chicken and Pork Adobo!!! - Ended March 17, 2013 Philippine Time

III. Dinuguan Anyone? - ONGOING

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Mar 16, 2013 22:38 |  #2

Dinuguan

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Mar 16, 2013 22:47 |  #3

Haha. Glad you found the new thread Lolo Tony.

If I make some dinuguan (aka "chocolate meat" to the uninitiated ;)), I'll try to remember to take a pic. :lol:


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Mar 16, 2013 22:54 |  #4

Blurr Cube wrote in post #15723147external link
Haha. Glad you found the new thread Lolo Tony.

If I make some dinuguan (aka "chocolate meat" to the uninitiated ;)), I'll try to remember to take a pic. :lol:

it is called Midnight Stew


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Mar 16, 2013 23:07 |  #5

wala ako food pics haha. tsalap2x naman.

Here's another one this morning, it was snowing already when i took this last shot.

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Mar 16, 2013 23:14 |  #6

Hahaha love it Farlet :)

was quite busy earlier so I did not realize its almost 10,000 posts already :)


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Mar 16, 2013 23:19 |  #7

tonyniev wrote in post #15723162external link
it is called Midnight Stew

Really, I don't think I've heard it called that. :lol:

When we say it's "chocolate meat", a few will ask like "mole - the Mexican dish made from dark chocolate"... we're like "kinda... try it". :lol:


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monk3y wrote in post #15723212external link
Hahaha love it Farlet :)

was quite busy earlier so I did not realize its almost 10,000 posts already :)

Yeah, didn't notice it earlier and figured you might be busy... so took the liberty to start another one. Decided to continue the use of roman numerals for our count and food title. :lol:


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Mar 16, 2013 23:55 as a reply to Blurr Cube's post |  #9

Wow I did not even realized we were on the 10k mark. I'm happy to be part of the Adobo crowd from start to finish. Congrats!

What do you call a dinuguan with young sampalok leaves? I remember having it when I was a kid.


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Pinoys unite!!




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^^^ Occupy POTN!!!:D


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^Hehe! I have no dinuguan shots to share. LOL!




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Mar 17, 2013 11:12 |  #13

Nice shots monkey on the last page of part II.

And you too marlon great shot.

Dinuguan we call it chocolate meat (slang) he he


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Blurr Cube wrote in post #15723080 (external link)
Moderator's Note:
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The previous chapter of this thread is here:

PHILIPPINES II: Chicken and Pork Adobo!!!
===============

PHILIPPINES III: Dinuguan Anyone?

WELCOME TO CHAPTER III of the Philippine thread started by Mr. Roy Hernandez way back in 2006.


I. Philippines: Are you ready? (Game ka na ba?) - Ended March 5, 2012 Philippine Time

II. Chicken and Pork Adobo!!! - Ended March 17, 2013 Philippine Time

III. Dinuguan Anyone? - ONGOING

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Wow dinuguan my favorite pinoy ulam.

Took a little over a year to complete part 2. Amazing.


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Despite being fairly ubiquitous on a global level, the slightly unusual nocturnal (external link) habit of the black-crowned night heron renders it less conspicuous than most other herons (2) (external link) (3) (external link) (4) (external link). Of moderate size for a heron, this stockily built species has short legs and a short neck, with the male, on average, being the slightly larger of the sexes (2) (external link) (5) (external link). As its name suggests, the adult black-crowned night heron has a glossy, black cap that extends down the upper back, while the rest of the body plumage generally ranges from white to ashy grey (2) (external link) (5) (external link). The nape is adorned with two to three long, white plumes reaching up to 25 cm in the breeding season (5) (external link). The stout bill is black in colour, the eyes, a piercing crimson, and the legs, yellow-green for most of the year but becoming pink during the breeding season (2) (external link) (5) (external link). Juveniles are mostly brown, with heavy striping and pale spots, but as they grow towards the adult plumage, become more solidly dark above and pale below (2) (external link). Four subspecies that differ subtly in appearance and occupy different ranges are currently recognised: Nycticorax nycticorax nycticorax, N. n. hoactli, N. n. obscurus and N. n. falkandicus (2) (external link) (5) (external link).

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