Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Wonderful foods and culinary treasures I found in the sneak preview of the second Big Bite!


I have been to Pampanga many times recently and in the past, but it was only in the Big Bite that I found so much Capampangan foods and culinary treasures in one setting.


I'm overwhelmed with The northern food festival that I never knew exactly where to start and when to end taking photos. Same thing happened when we start partaking of the foods, I never knew exactly what to get first and what to get last.

The other dilemma I realized later was that I never knew when to stop - it seemed that I cannot have enough of everything. Oh, Big Bite!


Surely, you will have fun with what you will find there on October 17, 18, and 19, 2014. Check these wonderful foods and culinary treasures I found in the sneak preview of the second Big Bite!... Read and see more photos here

A serving tray of Chef Sau del Rosario's gourmet version of tuna sisig he performed live in the sneak preview of the second Big Bite last week. See more about it here



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