dukep

Dukep is yes, sabidukong, still.

And to prove its “versatility” as an Ilokano veggie topping/add-on of sorts, here are more photographs to delight our cravings…

Dukep atop dinengdeng a papaya and marunggay:

(Photo by Marichel E. Suguitan)

 

Dukep atop pinablad a balatong and paria:

(Photo by Marichel E. Suguitan)

 

Dukep atop chicken tinola:

(Photo by Marichel E. Suguitan)
(Photo by Marichel E. Suguitan)

 

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heavy pammigats

I don’t usually eat breakfast meals, as I’m contented over a mug or two of black or brewed coffee, with some occasional  hot pandesal. But when I do, I see to it that it’s light pammigat (I mean, some blanched leafy greens, some dried fish) or heavy or semi-heavy, such as the following:

Well, this is just tinapa (smoked fish [galunggong]), anyway:

 

Or this tapa a nuang (carabeef jerky):

 

Or this steaming nadiguan nga imbaliktad a nuang?

 

Oh, well, who cares if my tummy is becoming that heavy, too?

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