- The evolutions of Pinoy sisig and my food dictionary
- Ano bang panlasa ng Pinoy?
- Micky Fenix partly featured Edgie's dictionary in the Philippine Daily Inquirer
- Reminiscing the moments gone by
- Days in a week - how to say it in local dialects
- Counting numbers and naming shapes in other local dialect is not that easy
My kind of research methodology also took advantage the advancement of information technology and the complexity of electronic gadgets in gathering, storing, and exchanging information about Pinoy food, cooking, and dining.
- Personal experience and knowledge
- Interviews and insights from cooks and other informants
- Printed materials
- Broadcasting media
- Internet and electronic applications
a.) How certain words are commonly spelled in certain locality.b.) How certain words are pronounced by the locals or native speakers.c.) How their kind of foods are prepared and what are the ingredients and implements needed.d.) Have an actual visual description of food, ingredients, cooking tools and other implements, as well as the place and people from where and whom I sourced or found the specimen.e.) Experience the taste, smell, and touch of their kind of food and how it feels joining them in partaking their foods.
Now, I will tour you to some of souvenir photographs of places where I had been. Click the images below and you will be redirected to my Facebook account to view the photo albums.