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PHILIPPINES III: Dinuguan Anyone?

 
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Mar 18, 2013 19:24 |  #31

Gents, watch what you eat. We are too young to have health problems from uric acid and animal fat.

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The Purple Swamphen (Porphyrio porphyrio), also known as the African Purple Swamphen, Purple Moorhen, Purple Gallinule or Purple Coot, is a large bird in the family Rallidae (rails). From its name in French, talève sultane, it is also known as the Sultana Bird. It should not be confused with the American Purple Gallinule, Porphyrio martinica. The common name in New Zealand, used for the subspecies P. p. melanotus, is Pūkeko, which is the Māori name. The variant found in Samoa, P. p. samoensis, is called "manuali'i," meaning "chiefly bird" in the Samoan language.

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Mar 18, 2013 21:32 |  #32

PacAce wrote in post #15727885 (external link)
Are you guys planning an invasion? :shock: I better send out an alert. All hands to battle stations!

Invasion? I'm only coming if there's pork barbeque involved. Anyways going to war with you guys is like bringing a hockey stick to a gun fight. no contest :grin:

@Tony, lovely flowers


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Buti pa diyan sa inyo namumutiktik na ng bulaklak,,,, dito sa amin namumutiktik pa rin ng yelo.

Tipid what area are you from? I'm the same here, still have lots of snow. Freezing nights and blistering -10C in the afternoon.


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Just bought 4 of these from the Asian store last Sunday. :grin:

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Somehow I find this disturbing :lol: But I guess I should try it before complaining.

On another note. This product is made in USA. Who's forcing them to add French on their packaging?


dolina wrote in post #15729856 (external link)
Gents, watch what you eat. We are too young to have health problems from uric acid and animal fat.

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The Purple Swamphen (Porphyrio porphyrio), also known as the African Purple Swamphen, Purple Moorhen, Purple Gallinule or Purple Coot, is a large bird in the family Rallidae (rails). From its name in French, talève sultane, it is also known as the Sultana Bird. It should not be confused with the American Purple Gallinule, Porphyrio martinica. The common name in New Zealand, used for the subspecies P. p. melanotus, is Pūkeko, which is the Māori name. The variant found in Samoa, P. p. samoensis, is called "manuali'i," meaning "chiefly bird" in the Samoan language.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.or​g/wiki/Purple_Swamphen (external link)

Photographed at Valenzuela CIty, Philippines

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nice. I guess they are similar to our American Coots


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Mar 18, 2013 21:34 as a reply to  @ Canajun's post |  #33

It's a repost but here's my share of food. The backdrop is Dingalan, Aurora

Salt & Mackerel

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Mar 19, 2013 00:50 |  #34

^^^^ Yummy Sir Jun.

I traded one of my lens to 1D MARK II so far I really like it. I was not really sure if it was a good idea but so far so good I tried it from our backyard for about 1 hour since it is getting dark.

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Mar 19, 2013 02:37 |  #35

Peter2516 wrote in post #15730840 (external link)
^^^^ Yummy Sir Jun.

I traded one of my lens to 1D MARK II so far I really like it. I was not really sure if it was a good idea but so far so good I tried it from our backyard for about 1 hour since it is getting dark.

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Congrats!!! looks very nice :D


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Mar 19, 2013 03:02 |  #36

Narita is famous for being the location of the biggest airport in Japan... but one of the most important temple in Japan is also located in area.

it's called Naritasan... it has one of the biggest Pagoda i've seen so far

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one cherry blossom photo from Yoyogi park... I will go back there tomorrow and hopefully the trees have bloomed already
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Mar 19, 2013 06:26 |  #37

^^Nice shots Steven. How far is that location from you?




  
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Mar 19, 2013 07:31 |  #38

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Mar 19, 2013 09:14 |  #39

Nakakamiss ang dinuguan with puto!



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Mar 19, 2013 09:17 |  #40

jdizzle wrote in post #15731238 (external link)
^^Nice shots Steven. How far is that location from you?

Hello Julian... Its about 1.5hr away from me by train...its actually right smack at Narita town proper :)


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Mar 19, 2013 09:38 |  #41

monk3y wrote in post #15731614 (external link)
Hello Julian... Its about 1.5hr away from me by train...its actually right smack at Narita town proper :)

Is that with the bullet train?


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Mar 19, 2013 10:39 |  #42

WoWsers!!!

So busy at work, me bagong thread na pala!! wuhu!!!!

Congrats Mr Tony for being on TV :)


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Mar 19, 2013 10:40 |  #43

Peter2516 wrote in post #15730840 (external link)
^^^^ Yummy Sir Jun.

I traded one of my lens to 1D MARK II so far I really like it. I was not really sure if it was a good idea but so far so good I tried it from our backyard for about 1 hour since it is getting dark.

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super shot peter, which lens did you trade? kaingit, the anna's are gone from my backyard. and i have no time to go to other places.


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Mar 19, 2013 10:41 |  #44

monk3y wrote in post #15731020 (external link)
Narita is famous for being the location of the biggest airport in Japan... but one of the most important temple in Japan is also located in area.

it's called Naritasan... it has one of the biggest Pagoda i've seen so far
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one cherry blossom photo from Yoyogi park... I will go back there tomorrow and hopefully the trees have bloomed already
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Really nice Steven!


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Mar 19, 2013 10:42 |  #45

jdizzle wrote in post #15731238 (external link)
^^Nice shots Steven. How far is that location from you?

+1. Japan is really one of the most beautiful country. Sana next time we can spend sometimes too outside Hindi puro stop over for 2 hrs.


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