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Bizarre Food: Ostrich ala Pobre & Kalderetang Kambing

24 Aug

I am here in the City of Golden Friendship – Cagayan de Oro City for work purposes (attempting to explain why I am absent in the blogosphere ^_^). It’s 2:00 AM and I am guilty that I haven’t updated my dear Ramble & Relish.

Thanks to Window Live Writer again I can update everyone.

Second night here and I ate  bizarre food (Addicted watching TLC), We dined at Cucina de Oro, Limketkai Drive surprisingly they served OSTRICH.

The big bird spent the last moments of its life with butter and garlic in my tummy.

OstrichI was not furious to eat it because I know it’s just a bird – a big bird, the fastest bird, that can’t fly.

It taste so gooooooooooood! As in so good that I forgot my name. LOL

The meat is cooked medium rare and it’s so juicy, so tender, so flavorful. I never thought Ostrich will taste that good.

It was served in a sizzling plate, all the while I thought it was a just a plain beef tapa.

I am recommending everyone to taste it.

But I am appealing to the cooks to take care of this specie. I don’t want it to be extinct just because I said it’s delicious.

I am hoping that they will have the Ostrich reproduce more before cooking them.

Another is Kalderetang Kambing (Goat in Tomato Paste).

I just labeled it bizarre but it’s not bizarre for me. They said Goat meat is healthier because it eats only grasses unlike pork.

Though it’s delicious, I will not eat it on a regular basis.

Kalderetang Kambing I will show you the other dish we ordered when I get back to Manila, okay?

What are the Bizarre Food you ate? Let me know below.

I need to sleep *zombie*


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Food Post: Kinilaw na Talaba (Oyster)

19 Apr

Kinilaw na Talaba

Forgive my photo but I just want to share this appetizer I had for lunch. It’s called Kinilaw na Talaba, I am not sure if this should be categorized as an exotic food or what but the process of Kinalaw is putting vinegar in raw meat or seafood. Then you will add Calamansi (local lemon), ginger, onion, and siling labuyo (hot chili peppers)

I was just reminded not to eat this with beer or else I am going to die. hahaha

Have you tried Kinilaw already? I had Tanigue (kind of fish), Tuna, and Goat.

Try it.



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