May 8, 2009

Food Trip # 02 : Tinowa




What's the sense of traveling places without sampling their local specialties. Food that makes the place known for and the other way around. This is my Food Trip, where visiting a place is not the same nor complete without eating what do locals are proud of. I will make a blog entries regarding the food I tasted during my travels in this meme so do please visit every Friday and the Food Friday Meme.


My featured menu for today:
Tinowa
Stew(ed)



in this dish, we chosen Tanigue & curly seaweed(i forgot to ask the name);stewed with leeks.

i admit, i really dont know what the real name for this dish. others say "tinola"; others say its "tinowa", others "tula". maybe its different on each province/town and its grammar. all i know is this is better than a hearty cream soup. i can say that this is one of my comfort food. when we arrived at the place, my pangga insisted on her brother to order the soup, in an instant, i already guessed that she is referring to this one so i said no more.

Town / City : Lapu-Lapu City
Province: Cebu
Resto / Food place : Manna Sutukil, Lapu-Lapu Shrine, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu

All photos herein are captured using Canon Powershot A1000is in Manna Sutukil, Lapu-Lapu Shrine, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu last 22nd of February 2009


Have a Great Friday to all of us Food Friday eaters :D



kisses

10 comments:

luna miranda said...

basta yata soup na may luya tinola/tinowa. its been a while since i dined at sutukil...gusto ko ang iba't-ibang shells don. tinola din ang luto.

laagan said...

hindi ko talaga kayang kainin yang green na yan...sabi nila masarap daw,,,

Mirage said...

Dried seaweed kaya ko or yung dried na binasa uli haha sa miso soup! Pero I know this is healthier...tanigue! kamiss naman!

julie said...

Uy, that looks yummy :)

iska said...

Wow! Mukhang masarap yan a. I love tanigue :-)

Clarissa said...

Ang sarap ng Tinola mo ha!!I love that!!\(^0^)/

Anya said...

haven't been to Cebu so chances of me having that is slim to none.

do you know of a place where we can try that here in Manila?

Pacey said...

The seaweed are called lokut but am not fond of it, am more of the other seaweeds and it's either tinola or tinowa. Lami na!

♥peachkins♥ said...

interesting entry,Jay. Siguro kung ako rin titikman ko yan.

Race said...

looks somewhat different from the usual food we eat! your traveling to many places brings a lot of food info on us! thanks for sharing!

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