We learn how to cook a popular Filipino food dishes, pork afritada. One of the many dishes we cooked in El Nido, Philippines on the island of Palawan. We became regulars at a road side street food stall named “MDC” (Mommy & Daddy’s Canteen). Bert & Lucy are their names and we were up at 5am to help them prepare all the traditional Filipino food for the restaurant for the day.

One of the other dishes we made was Pork Adobo. Watch the video HERE.

You can read more about this popular restaurant HERE.

 

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World travellers, Chefs and television personalities. Without Borders take food, travel and adventure and make short videos that has been turned in to a television series called Chefs Run Wild.

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  1. Pork Adobo recipe made in Palawan, Philippines - August 23, 2013

    […] And here to see yet another dish we learned - Pork Afritada. […]

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