kalderetang kambing

i went to lurings to get some kalderetang baka (the best kalderetang baka on earth), but unfortunately, they didn’t have any.

good thing they had the next best thing, kalderetang kambing! cooked the wrong way, this could be the most atrocious dish ever (remember our discussion about “ango”, that off, minerally taste/aftertaste that comes along with beef, mutton and lamb?). but luring’s is a place that knows how to deal with this (i guess their secret is by using ginger, but i’m not quite sure because i’ve never found a sliver of this as evidence).

i still prefer the kalderetang baka though, if only for the more generous chunks of beef. goat meat tends to be on the lean side, and has got a lot of bones (therefore, less meat).


5 Comments Add yours

  1. Guagua Girl says:

    oh, i haven't had kalderetang kaming in a good long while. not that i miss it. like you, i prefer kalderetang baka. but i do remember having it as a kid — in fact, we used to raise goats. (we also used to tease a cousin who was slightly cross-eyed with a rhyme: “(his name)duling, kamatang kambing.” kids are so cruel).


  2. Betis Boy says:

    ha.ha. and who thought of that line?…. does her name start with a K? he.he. wapin, kids can say the meanest (yet the truest) things.


  3. Guagua Girl says:

    not one of my finer moments 😦


  4. Betis Boy says:

    ahaha, so it was you! 🙂 bad girl!


  5. Guagua Girl says:

    oh, you know what i miss from luring's (that's the restaurant near san roque in guagua, right? on the way to kilo?)? sisig! man, i love her sisig. i used to send for it all the time 😛


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