Articles with the tag "fishing" (33)

The initial 50 hectares has expanded to 220 hectares (544 acres), thanks to both ongoing planting efforts and natural reforestation. The Kalibo mangrove is considered a major tourist attraction; in 2019, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the mangrove forest registered 38,455 foreign and local tourists, and the Kalibo Save the Mangrove Association (KASAMA), founded by the planters, has received several national awards.
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When President Rodrigo Duterte announced the Covid-19 lockdown and enhanced community quarantines, our family was blessed to be in Palawan. From a remote island, we made our way to the Tao Philippines main basecamp. Tao is a community that is addressing all the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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It's called "kinilaw" or "kilawen," depending on the Philippine region. Literally, it means eaten fresh, or staying fresh, according to English-Tagalog dictionaries or even Google. One thing is certain about "kinilaw." Most Filipinos know it's the Philippine version of the Mexican or Peruvian Ceviche.
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Published on 15/03/2018 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Filipino cooking
Tags: fishing, Kinilaw
This dish has Spanish roots. The original Iberian version kept cooked fish in a seasoned sauce of wine or wine vinegar overnight. The Chinese interpretation, however, became the Filipino prototype: fried batter-dipped fish soaking in a freshly made sweet-and-sour sauce redolent with ginger strips, red pimiento and carrot flowerets [Felice Sta. Maria, The Governor-General’s Kitchen]
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Published on 14/03/2018 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Filipino cooking
Tags: Escabeche, fishing, Sweet
Sweet flavor is characteristic of many Filipino dishes, not the least among them is the tocino — cured meat, either pork or chicken — that is quite popular as a breakfast fare everywhere in the Philippines. Many international Asian grocery stores carry the frozen, pre-packaged delicacy ready to thaw and fry.
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Published on 14/03/2018 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Filipino cooking
Tags: fishing
The Philippines is a fascinating country that has a great variety of unique travel destinations with countless beautiful places and lots of exciting things to do, but if you're looking for an out of the ordinary, adventurous holiday destination that also has a sense of history and a dynamic, cultural diversity, then General Santos City may be the place for you.
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Published on 04/03/2018 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Business, Documentary
Tags: capital, fishing, Tuna