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Litratong Pinoy#58: Tuyo (Dry)

fishy

Now here's something literally dry: dried fish by the basketful at a roadside dried fish market in Roxas City, which, by the way, is the "Seafood Capital of the Philippines." I had bought different varieties of dried fish last year to take back with me to the States, and I had checked in an entire suitcase filled with such delicacies wrapped in newspaper.

I knew they were going to check my suitcase because of its strong smell, but I didn't mind exposing its contents. I felt sorry for the customs officer who had to inspect it, though. I will never forget the olfactory discomfort all over her face. Haha.



Daing kayo diyan!!!

Pag nagpriprito kami ng danggit o dried pusit dito, haay talagang humahalimuyak ang amoy sa loob ng bahay. Pero pag ganitong summer, sa labas namin ginagawa. Bahala na magtaka ang kapit-bahay namin. Do you smell what the Rock is cooking?! Haha.

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Marites said...

wow! ang aga mo:) siyempre, pag tuyo ang pinag-uusapan, Roxas City ang nangunguna.

ms firefly said...

you were able to bring it the US? unbelievable! i'll try to do that next time, i'm not sure if ireland will allow me though...will check into that!

i love tuyo. suuupppeer! with sinamak? ultimate!

witsandnuts said...

My family/relatives send me my supply of dried stuff through the empost. I'm always a happy tummy because of danggit, korean squid, etc.

Kayni said...

i've ran out of dried fish...lol. now i'm badly craving for this now.

arls said...

sarap naman!!! ang sarap nyan sa sangag!

Happy LP! :)

ito naman ang aking lahok: http://sunshinearl.com/2009/lp-tuyo-dry/

jeanny said...

Yummm sarap nyan. Tuyo plus sinangag then may kamatis...fantastic!!!

julie said...

ay, tsalap, tsalap! kamatis, sukang me bawang, sinangag at, hay tama ba namang gutumin ako ngayong 12mn, hehe.

Yami said...

Masarap na partner ng kaning bagong saing o bagong sangag. Kakagutom naman, hehe

luna miranda said...

ay ang sarap ng mga ito! may kaibigan akong taga Roxas...don ako nagpapabili ng daing. Mas masarap, di kasing alat ng galing sa Cebu.:P

thess said...

Sinangag na tadtad ng bawang, pritong itlog at sawsawang kamatis na lang ang kulang! Kainis ha, nagutom ako sa dami ng tuyong ito!!

Zeee said...

wow danggit! i miss having them na! although I'm not much of a dried fish fan pero when you go over a year of not having them you miss it A LOT! :)

Happy LP!

Linnor said...

tingnan mo nga naman. pareho tayo ng entry. hehehe....

Lorenzo said...

wow! daring mo naman! Pwede pala yun?

SASSY MOM said...

Ang galing mo naman, nakalusot ka. Pareho tayo ng entry.

Mine is here.

Mauie said...

Danggit! Masarap sa maanghang na suka at sinangag! Pagkain din ang entry ko ngayong Hwebes. Bagay din isabay sa tuyo mo. Hehehe.

http://www.maureenflores.com/2009/07/litratong-pinoy-tuyo-dry.html

Pinky said...

Apir tayo ng lahok! :D Katawa nga siguro ang facial expression noong masuwerteng customs inspector - hahaha!

Glennis said...

I am surprised you were allowed to take the dried fish back to USA, we certainly couldn't bring them into New Zealand, we would be fined heavily if we even tried. They look so good but would be just full of tiny bones wouldn't they, what do you do with the small dried fish?

♥peachkins♥ said...

wow! sana luto na ito at may kasamang sinangag at pritong itlog..hehe

Toni said...

amoy palang nakakatakam na diba? hehe. dedma na sa ibang hindi maintindihan ang pagkahalina ng mga tuyong isdang ito! :D

iska said...

sarap nyan! ako man ay tuyo as in dried fish din ang entry :-)

khaye said...

wow!sarap ng tuyo. nakakamiss di po ba. ito po akin lahok. http://khaye-welcometomylife.blogspot.com/2009/07/lp-66-tuyo-dry0.html

PEACHY said...

wow! pareho tayo ng lahok, tuyong isda... kakagutom :-)
ito ang aking lahok

Rico said...

Ang sarap ng mga iyan! Lalo na kapag paired with sinangag at itlog! We plan to buy a lot of dried fish when we go to Cebu.

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