Tag: “Food”

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  1. Chicken Balls

    I took a trip in the streets of Divisoria (known bargain haven in the Philippines) and treated myself with a food shoot found along the streets.

    Chicken Balls are among the many street food that can be found in the streets of Manila. Each ball is worth P2 or less than $0.01.

  2. Halo-Halo

    Halo-Halo is a famous Filipino dessert. The word "halo" which means mix, Halo-halo is a mixture of different ingredients like boiled banana, tapioca, jello, sweet potato, sweet beans, all combined in a glass with crushed ice, milk and sugar.

    Eating Halo-halo is a perfect way to ease the heat away!

  3. corn

  4. Tinapa

  5. Lift

    This building was at one time used for a livery stable. This lift was used for grain and hay.

  6. Cricket, anyone?

    Fried crickets are a popular roadside snack in Thailand. This photo was taken in Aranyaprathet, near the Cambodia border.

  7. Double Double

    A must every time I got back to LA for a visit

  8. Turon, Kamote and Banana Que

    I took a trip in the streets of Divisoria (known bargain haven in the Philippines) and treated myself with a food shoot found along the streets.

    Turon (banana wrapped in a springroll wapper, fried with caramelized sugar), Kamote (sweet potato) and Banana Que are among the famous snacks here in the Philippines.

    These food items normally cost P 10 or $0.25. Cheap isn't it?

  9. Dried Fish

    I took a trip in the streets of Divisoria (known bargain haven in the Philippines) and treated myself with a food shoot found along the streets.

    These dried are common breakfast meal for common filipinos. Usually matched with fried eggs and tomatoes.

  10. Perfect cube

    San Francisco resident, Michael Leggett shows his perfect ice cube at the "Bourbon and Branch," a speak easy bar with top shelf liquors in the Tenderloin neighborhood.