May 29, 2009

Food Trip # 05 : Puso


What's the sense of traveling places without sampling thier 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.


Puso




Locals say that the "puso" was created so that the cooked rice will not spoil easily. the holes on each weaved coconut leaves act as an air vent.

The seller said that they weave coconut leaves to form a diamond shaped prism, fill it with rice(uncooked) then close the weave. place it on a pot to boil until cooked :D

Town / City : Cebu City
Province : Cebu
Resto / Food place : Dimlight Bar-b-q, Larsian Fuente, Cebu City, Cebu

All photos herein are captured using Canon Powershot A1000is in Dimlight Bar-b-q, Larsian Fuente, Cebu City, Cebu last 22nd of February 2009


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



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9 comments:

maiylah said...

i once saw my yaya cook 'puso' ... but am not really a fan since i find the taste of the rice distracting when they are cooked that way. lol. give me the one cooked inside a 'kaldero', please. :D

thanks for playing again, Jay!
really really appreciate it!

love that shot of you JUMPING on the tarmac. ;P

Mirage said...

I remember a friend from Bulacan with something like this, but I think they use pandan leaves. This resembles suman in a way pero ibang way ng luto.

luna miranda said...

definitely a unique way to package steamed rice. a friend in Cebu taught me how to weave the coconut leaves pero di ko talaga makuha kung papano.:D

masarap 'to with pork BBQ!:D

Bette said...

looks like suman pero plain rice lang talaga ang nasa loob?

caryl said...

my parents do this during our outing when we were kids... but then hindi ako natuto mag weave, hehe...
happy weekend!

Lynn said...

I find that really creative. :)

Zee said...

hahahaha i love this with tocino or isaw! hehehe a fave Dumaguete street food, too! nyum nyum nyum hubby and I always have them kapag tinatamad na kaming mag luto... ;)

Serving mine here

♥peachkins♥ said...

di ko pa na-try kumain nyan..

Ladynred said...

I'm always fascinated and wanted to learn how to do that but never did!

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