#FoodieFriday: Ihaw-Ihaw

We’re still on Filipino street food and our next menu features the all-time inihaw favorites.

They may not look like your ordinary, eye-pleasing food, and they may not sound like food, but you will certainly enjoy them. So come on, try!

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Here’s a sampler:

Isaw: grilled skewered chicken or pork intestines

Chicken Isaw aka Isaw Manok. Photo from Buffet of blessings
Pork Isaw aka Isaw Baboy. Photo from Balay PH


Betamax: cubed congealed pig’s blood

Betamax. Photo from ToursNFoods


Adidas: chicken feet

Adidas. Photo from Burnt Lumpia


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Helmet: chicken head

Helmet aka Chicken Heads. Photo from My Great Plates


Hotdog: your usual hotdog, only grilled and charred to perfection

Grilled Hotdog together with Pork Barbecue. Photo from Foodspotting


Inihaw na Tenga ng Baboy: grilled pig’s ears

Tenga ng Baboy. Photo from Mama’s Guide Recipes


Pinoy pork BBQ (with the signature taba at the end of the meat row)

Pork Barbecue. Photo from Pilipinas Recipes

Dom writes for pay by day and writes for passion by night. He is a Japan major at the University of the Philippines. He’s fond of ramen and anime but not of nice people.

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