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Traditional Filipino Foods: Wordless Wednesday with LINKY

I thought I would share some pictures of some of the traditional Filipino foods my family loves.


a sweet rice flour dessert with melted butter and fresh coconut

Crispy Pata, Pancit, and Dinuguan

Crispy fried pork, Filipino noodle dish (similar to lo mein), and Pork blood soup

Pancit and Milk Fish

Filipino noodle dish and Traditional Filipino fish fried


Our favorite beverage with a lemon/lime/orange taste.

What are some traditional meals your family shares?

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  1. The Pancit and Milk Fish looks delicious! I’ve never tried any Filipino-inspired recipes. I may have to look some up!

  2. I LOVE pancit – that all looks so delicious 🙂

  3. those look so yummy!! My mom lived in Indonesia in the 70s and still tells me amazing things about the food that she misses. Lots of her friends from Indonesia were from the Philippines too and she remembers those times fondly.

  4. milk fish? now what is that?

  5. i love pancit. my bosses wife is filipino and makes it for all their parties

  6. I envy you that you have some foods that tie into your family history. I have nothing!

  7. Yum! The dessert looks and sounds really good.

  8. Looks yummy!

  9. Little BGCG says


  10. Mmmmm. Looks good!

  11. Sarap!

    Hi Lisa, I found your blog through The Product Review Place. Our traditional meals tend to vary. We definitely enjoy the fare you mention.


  12. OK sooooo where are the recipes for these delicious looking foods??? 🙂

  13. I’ve never had Filipino food – looks tasty though! I guess the closest thing we have to eating something from our family’s own background would be southern food.

  14. I’ve never eaten Fillipino food but these yummy photos makes me want to!

  15. these made my tummy growl!

  16. Pancit?!? I looooooooooove pancit! 🙂

  17. The Bibingka and the Calamansi look really delicious!
    I have never tried Filipino foods but they look really delicious. I think I have had milk fish at a Hawaiian restaurant called Roy’s here in Florida which may be similar to Filipino as I know the Hawaiian’s are richly influenced by the Filipine culture. It was srumptious!!!

  18. The crispy fried pork sounds SO good! So does that desert.

  19. Mmm I want the coconut one!

  20. That first one looks yummy!

  21. YUM your Crispy fried pork looks delicious!

  22. Oh the Bibingka looks delish! I love Coconut

  23. I don’t know about Pork Blood Soup, but that Bibingka looks delicious! Yum! Our traditional foods are more like hot dogs and chicken nuggets. 😉

  24. I don’t think I’ve ever eaten Filipino food before…looks yummy!

  25. Everything but the pork blood soup looks so delicious!!!

  26. I love pancit! 🙂

  27. Mary Ambrosino says

    Beleive me although not that pretty the pork blood soup is delicious. I love chicken dinuguan also. Filipino food rocks…….

  28. I’ve eaten a lot of different types of food, but I don’t think I’ve had it; I wonder if there are any Filipino restaurants here in Houston. . .

  29. Looks really yummy! Now I am STARVING, LOL..

  30. That looks yummy!

  31. i love the thing with the eggs! looks delicious

  32. Catching up on my blog hopping, better late than never. Please return the favor.

  33. Catching up on my blog hopping, better late than never. Please return the favor.

  34. I used to live in the Philippines for two years and I have to admit that the food their are great specially the one they can chicken and pork adobo. which they marinate the meat in soy sauce and vinegar.