Yes, I ate this

And I went back for seconds. I have it every time we eat at this particular restaurant. We take new people here because it’s all Filipino food and it’s a buffet, so you have a chance to try out all kinds of different dishes in small bites to find out what you like and what you don’t like, and later, perhaps what doesn’t like you.

I’m told it’s deep fried pig intestine. I’m not sure that’s what it is- I also have eaten BBQ pig intestines on a stick and they were much, much smaller, but maybe they were from piglets and this is from a grown pig? It’s served with a bit of a vinegar and soysauce dressing for dipping, which helps cut the grease. I think it’s very tasty, and not surprisingly, mildly reminiscent of bacon. A little does go a long way.

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  1. Posted August 17, 2017 at 3:54 pm | Permalink

    I’m pretty sure that having a sense of adventure (plus a great deal of tolerance for, or delight in, the different and unfamiliar) in food is a requirement for being a successful missionary. I’m having to teach myself to like SHRIMP so I can fit into grown-up culture in my own country. I really admire you. 🙂

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