Saturday, October 19, 2013

Best of northern food featured in MarQuee Mall’s Big Bite!

The organizers and VIP guests strew the toppings of giant Capampangan biringhe that formally opens the BIG BITE! The Northern Food Festival at the park of MarQuee Mall in Angeles City, Pampanga.
Having the first bite of giant biringhe
The best of the Philippines’ northern cuisine took centerstage in “Big Bite! The Northern Food Festival” at MarQuee Mall in Angeles City, Pampanga. Held from October 18-20, 2013, the three-day festival presented visitors with a food market filled with vendors from across the regions, cooking demonstrations, cook-offs between culinary schools, an heirloom recipe contest, food eating contests and more (click here to read more and see more photos ....)


http://settingfootprint.blogspot.com/2013/10/best-of-northern-food-featured-in_18.html
ABS-CBN Umagang Kay Ganda!
Ilocos tupig                                                coco ice cream.

Romana's peanut brittle                        Rico's lengua de gato
                                                                          
 
turrones de casoy of Ocampo Lansang Delicacies     Paning's butong pakwan (watermelon seeds)

       Bella's Calasio puto                    Ms. Lita  B. Degay and her 
                                                                      Magallaya Mountain's coffee     

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