Friday, February 9, 2007

The Sowsi Way of Eating Barbecue

Is there even such a thing?

I guess the proper way of eating barbecue is by taking the meat off the stick using a fork. My mom taught me the art of using a fork to:

(1) eat a banana (the human way she says);

(2) peel off the shell of a shrimp ; and

(3) take off the meat from the barbecue stick.

But I think the best way to eat barbecue is to chomp on it the barbarian way. Gooey sauce on the cheek and all, that's still the yummiest way to finish off a stick (and don't forget the cardio delight at the end).

My favorite barbecue places include:

(1) our backyard - Dad's special recipe
(2) Tita Olive's barbecue at Villa Merced Resort, Camangui, Pasacao, Camarines Sur, Bicol (she's my Tita!)
(3) Manang's special barbecue at the eskinita in Sun Valley Drive (and it's cheap too!)
(4) Aling Nene's - I just sometimes find it a bit too big though
(5) Cafe Nemoto, Better Living, Paranaque; a new find with pals

Thanks to Jayvee and
Sasha for the photo.


  1. Taray mo naman kumain ng barbecue! ;)

  2. Hehehehe. Magaling lang po na photographer si Manong Jayvee :)

  3. Anonymous4:58 PM

    I like the barbeque we ate! GAWD. Now I want to eat chicken BBQ! Am Hungry. :D

  4. Anonymous1:45 PM

    very candid shot... you seem so happy...

    i would to, eating barbecue on a stick... or isaw =)

  5. Hi Jun! Mababaw lang naman kasi ako. Barbecue lang happy happy na hehehe.

  6. Anonymous9:07 PM

    aaaah. you should also try ineng's bbq. masarap din siya. i guess it's around 32.50 (special) and 27 for the regular one. :) saraaaap. >> micholle

  7. Anonymous6:20 AM

    try the bbq at near the guard house at the gate of Marcelo Green Village.....wont regret it!