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If you think Tatang's, as the name suggests, is run by some old guy, think again! Lorenz Florendo founded Tatang's in 2012 and named it in honor of his lolo. The famous Cebu boneless lechon belly which boasts of crispy skin and juicy tender meat is now available in several branches in Metro Manila. Lorenz was meticulous in perfecting the Tatang’s recipe, cooking hundreds of bellies to come up with the right recipe. "It’s really easy to make the skin crispy but the thing is, you have to make sure that inside it’s still juicy.” #Lechon and its variations this Saturday 9pm on #ChasingFlavors with #chefclaudetayag on @lifestyletvph follow @chasingflavorsph for more updates.

Join the chase of our @chasingflavorsph host #chefclaudetayag as he scours the archipelago for the 7 thousand + flavors of the Philippines! #chasingflavorsonlifestyle airs: sat 9pm, sun 11am, fri 2am 8am 11am 7pm, sat 3pm @lifestyletvph

Did you know that the Spanish Calamares en su Tinta may have its origins from the humble adobong pusit? (This must be the key reason why the Spanish always serve it with rice!) Ateneo Professor and cultural anthropologist Dr. Fernando 'Butch Zialcita chases this story. Catch @chasingflavorsph's maiden episode on #adobo this Saturday, 9pm channel 52 on @lifestyletvph #chasingflavorsonlifestyle #chefclaudetayag #Repost @chasingflavorsph

All three in deep concentration. #jcdeterry 's kitchen. #chefclaudetayag coming soon on #lifestyletvph

Our host, the keeper of the flame of Philippine cuisine #chefclaudetayag with the team behind @livestock_ph Chefs Kristoffer and Ching Uy, makers of #crispypata that can be sliced by a popsicle stick!

Thank you for watching last week's episode on pancit. This Saturday catch our show on another all time Pinoy favorite, you guessed it! - #lechon. Join #chefclaudetayag as he chases the different flavors of lechon from north to south of the Philippines. Which region serves the best tasting roasted pig? Let's take a vote!

Claude's Sisig Terrine. #chefclaudetayag 's take on #sisig. How to prepare it? Chasing Flavors tonight at 9pm @lifestyletvph

A break from #pancit. Cooks Rule! - was @bourdain's personal dedication to #chefclaudetayag who introduced the world renowned host to #sisig in 2008. Before our pancit episode airs tomorrow, catch the replay of #sisig tonight 7pm, and tomorrow 3pm on @lifestyletvph channel 52 on sky cable

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#balbacoa #balbakwa is a Cebuano specialty dish, also popular in other parts of the Visayas and Mindanao, from the Spanish word #barbacoa - to 'barbecue' or to cook meat very slowly for long hours on an open fire. The dish uses parts of beef that are gelatinous like the snout, tail, ligaments, 'callo' or tripe, to which tausi (fermented bean) is added, some use tomato sauce, some don't, some put achuete, some don't. It's seasoned with ginger, garlic, red onion, leeks, lemon grass and salt. Our episode on stews airs this Saturday 9pm @lifestyletvph channel 52 on sky cable. Catch us also on @iwantvofficial #chasingflavorsonlifestyle #chefclaudetayag #lifestyletvph

Our host, the keeper of the flame of Philippine cuisine #chefclaudetayag with the team behind @livestock_ph Chefs Kristoffer and Ching Uy, makers of #crispypata that can be sliced by a popsicle stick!

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If you think Tatang's, as the name suggests, is run by some old guy, think again! Lorenz Florendo founded Tatang's in 2012 and named it in honor of his lolo. The famous Cebu boneless lechon belly which boasts of crispy skin and juicy tender meat is now available in several branches in Metro Manila. Lorenz was meticulous in perfecting the Tatang’s recipe, cooking hundreds of bellies to come up with the right recipe. "It’s really easy to make the skin crispy but the thing is, you have to make sure that inside it’s still juicy.” #Lechon and its variations this Saturday 9pm on #ChasingFlavors with #chefclaudetayag on @lifestyletvph follow @chasingflavorsph for more updates.

If you think Tatang's, as the name suggests, is run by some old guy, think again! Lorenz Florendo founded Tatang's in 2012 and named it in honor of his lolo. The famous Cebu boneless lechon belly which boasts of crispy skin and juicy tender meat is now available in several branches in Metro Manila. Lorenz was meticulous in perfecting the Tatang’s recipe, cooking hundreds of bellies to come up with the right recipe. "It’s really easy to make the skin crispy but the thing is, you have to make sure that inside it’s still juicy.” #Lechon and its variations this Saturday 9pm on #ChasingFlavors with #chefclaudetayag on @lifestyletvph follow @chasingflavorsph for more updates.

If you think Tatang's, as the name suggests, is run by some old guy, think again! Lorenz Florendo founded Tatang's in 2012 and named it in honor of his lolo. The famous Cebu boneless lechon belly which boasts of crispy skin and juicy tender meat is now available in several branches in Metro Manila. Lorenz was meticulous in perfecting the Tatang’s recipe, cooking hundreds of bellies to come up with the right recipe. "It’s really easy to make the skin crispy but the thing is, you have to make sure that inside it’s still juicy.” #Lechon and its variations this Saturday 9pm on #ChasingFlavors with #chefclaudetayag on @lifestyletvph

Did you know that 'sabong' or cockfighting gave rise to the lechon capital of Metro Manila? La Loma, in Quezon City is where Tomas de los Reyes had his humble beginnings in the 1950s. #MangTomas began with one pig he would roast on a spit in his backyard which he would sell to fighting cock enthusiasts at the La Loma cockpit. Losing 'sabungeros' would have their losing cocks cooked as 'pulutan' while the winners wanted something more extravagant like roast pork. Soon after, #MangTomas' neighbors and their relatives followed suit. All things #lechon this Saturday 9pm on @lifestyletvph #chasingflavorsonlifestyle #chefclaudetayag #lifestyletvph #loveyourlifenow

Thank you for watching last week's episode on pancit. This Saturday catch our show on another all time Pinoy favorite, you guessed it! - #lechon. Join #chefclaudetayag as he chases the different flavors of lechon from north to south of the Philippines. Which region serves the best tasting roasted pig? Let's take a vote!

A trip to #LipaCity won't be complete without a bowl of its famous #lomi. This Chinese noodle soup has filled the tummies and warmed the hearts of generations of Lipeños, becoming the city’s iconic snack of choice, so popular in fact a #LomiDay is held every year to celebrate this dish. It had humble beginnings at the home of To Kim Eng and young wife Natalia way back in 1968. Coming from mainland China, Kim Eng had innate cooking skills, preparing noodle-based merienda for his mahjong friends, particularly the lomi, which they loved so much. Pretty soon, the couple put up a one-table lomi place outside their home, as people outside their mahjong circle would drop by to order it. By word of mouth, their little venture flourished over the years with the help of their six children, having moved to three different locations before finally having its very own structure on Kapitan Simeon Luz St. The lomi’s fine-textured, hand-made flat noodles, with toppings of shrimp, pork, pig`s liver, tripe, kikiam, squid and meat balls, and finished off with a whisked egg, have made it legendary beyond the borders of the city. It is often paired with #kikiam, that favorite Tsinoy appetizer of fresh pork sausage encased in a wafer-thin, crisp taupe or bean curd sheet. Kim Eng’s lomi has been much copied all over the province but never equaled. Lomi King – Barangay Paninsingin, Tambo, Lipa City, Batangas (+63-43-784-2741) Chase the beginnings of pancit in the Philippines tonight with #chefclaudetayag 9pm on @lifestyletvph

A break from #pancit. Cooks Rule! - was @bourdain's personal dedication to #chefclaudetayag who introduced the world renowned host to #sisig in 2008. Before our pancit episode airs tomorrow, catch the replay of #sisig tonight 7pm, and tomorrow 3pm on @lifestyletvph channel 52 on sky cable

Join the chase of our @chasingflavorsph host #chefclaudetayag as he scours the archipelago for the 7 thousand + flavors of the Philippines! #chasingflavorsonlifestyle airs: sat 9pm, sun 11am, fri 2am 8am 11am 7pm, sat 3pm @lifestyletvph

Have we whetted your appetite for #pancit yet? With sourness or asim dominating the Southern Tagalog cuisine (as evidenced by their use of vinegar, kalamansi, or kamias in their cooking), it isn't surprising to find a Caviteño lapping up #pancitpuso, a much-favored merienda sold in most Cavite karinderias. It is basically stir-fried miki (wheat) and bihon (rice) noodles combined with #kinilawpusongsaging cooked in vinegar as recado, flavored with shrimps’ head extract, with bits of lechon kawali and crushed chicharon thrown in for added flavor and texture. It has a mouth-puckering sourness that, to the uninitiated, is close to unpalatable. In some carinderias, orders are wrapped in banana leaves and pages of old newspaper. #chasingflavorsonlifestyle #chefclaudetayag #lifestyletvph

#PancitMalabon is similar but more elaborate than #pancitluglog. Firstly, it uses thicker rice noodles. Secondly, though it's flavored with the same orange-colored thick sauce, it's topped with an assortment of seafood, tinapa, or smoked fish, Chinese cabbage, and hard-boiled egg. It traces its origins to #Malabon City, Metro Manila, where most of the fishing boat operators in neighboring Navotas come from. The toppings may include whatever is the fresh catch of the day, like shrimps, squids, oysters, or mussels. While we’ve tried this pancit in Malabon itself, as well as in several joints in Metro Manila, all claiming to be serving the “original” stuff (all uniformly starchy and lumpy), it is quite ironic that the best we’ve tried was in Luz Kitchenette in Nueva Ecija. It was freshly made as ordered, with the still-hot rich, thick sauce slathered over the rice noodles, much like pancit luglog, and generously topped with seafood and toasted garlic. The resulting mixture had the noodles slippery and bouncy with every slurp. It certainly will give the “original” pancit Malabon makers a run for their money -#chefclaudetayag Catch our #pancit episode tomorrow 9pm @lifestyletvph

Nothing like steaming hot miki noodle soup at the Riverside Empanada Plaza, Batac, Ilocos Norte. Fresh miki or thick wheat noodles are cooked to order, then a ladle of a rich orange colored (from atsuete) chicken broth is poured, strips of chicken meat, hard-boiled egg, topped with toasted garlic, spring onion and crushed chicharon. Catch our episode on #pancit with #chefclaudetayag this Saturday 9pm on @lifestyletvph #chasingflavorsonlifestyle #lifestyletvph

#Sisig, first mentioned in a 17th century #Kapampangan dictionary was defined this way: to snack on something sour and "salad". It has since evolved into this: parts of pig's head and ears mixed with chicken liver, occasionally with pig's brain( hence the addition of mayonnaise as a substitute) served on a sizzling plate. But always always with the addition of kalamansi for the 'asim'. As #chefclaudetayag would say, #sisig is all about the #asim. Replay of our sisig episode at 11 am today!

Claude's Sisig Terrine. #chefclaudetayag 's take on #sisig. How to prepare it? Chasing Flavors tonight at 9pm @lifestyletvph

When did sizzling #sisig come about? It was introduced by Kapampangan Benedict Pamintuan and brought to Metro Manila by #Trellis (the Quezon City based restaurant that led the trend in open air dining) The dish became so popular in the 80s that Trellis attracted people from opposing political groups. One day Dante Buscayno would be spotted there and on another, Bongbong Marcos. Catch our 3rd episode this Saturday 9pm on @lifestyletvph hosted by #chefclaudetayag

Our show hosted by #chefclaudetayag has a new airing schedule on @lifestyletvph: sat 9pm sun11am fri2am,8am11am&7pm sat 3pm Chase the flavors of the Philippines with us!

Another rainy day fave! #sinampalukangmanok soured with young tamarind leaves. Make #chasingflavorsonlifestyle your lunch date today! Catch the replay of our #sinigang episode at 1230pm @lifestyletvph #chefclaudetayag #LifestyleTVph #LoveYourLifeNow repost @chasingflavorsph

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