how can this not be a favorite? fatty, salty and sweet? then dipped in sour and spicy vinegar… it’s like you exploit all the taste buds, umami included. of course i’m talking about tocino 🙂

it’s normal breakfast fare here but we had it for lunch today, at the request of the kids. we try not to have it often because of the preservatives in it, but sometimes you just have to give in.

the best accompaniment to this is of course sinangag/fried rice cooked in the oil where the tocino was cooked. 🙂


5 Comments Add yours

  1. Guagua Girl says:

    oh, it's breakfast here and i really, really want that 😀 i can see the fat and it's making my mouth water, LOL! i like mine with a side of tomatoes.

    my aunt in california taught my mom how to make her own tocino without preservatives. the only problem was once my mom was trying to be “too” healthy and asked the butcher not to include fat. my dad and i were sooooo disappointed, HA HA HA!


  2. Betis Boy says:

    agree, what's tocino without the fat? 😀 it's not tocino at all 😀


  3. claire espina says:

    Meranup ku. Meyari na naman kanini ing weight loss goals ku for 2011! Makabusit kayu!


  4. Guagua Girl says:

    LOL! atche, you're not alone. we've been accused a number of times of endangering weight loss goals (we also endanger our own) 😛


  5. Betis Boy says:

    most of all our own! boy, am i gonna lose big time on my weight loss bet with a friend! 😀


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