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Pinoy Street Food: Binatog

>> Saturday, September 26, 2009




ang magbibinatog kasama ang kanyang laging-maaasahang bisekleta at batingting

ang balde ng binatog (na never kong nakita na puno lagi lang half-filled or less)

ang binatog (white corn kernels with grated coconut)

ang binatog na nahaluan na ng asukal (kapag bumili ka ng binatog, itatanong ni manong tindero kung lalagyan nya ba ng asin, kung di kayo mahilig sa matamis pwede nyo ng palagyan ng asin pero kung plano nyo lagyan ng asukal, I suggest, you oppose the salt right away, hehe)

Ito ang meryenda ko kahapon, habang niluluray ni bagyong Ondoy ang Metro Manila at ang mga karatig probinsya nito. Sandaling huminto ang ulan kahapon kaya nakagala pa ang tindero ng binatog at sa background ng unang larawan, makikita nyo na medyo nakalaya din ang mga bata, pansamantala, sa aking tantya mga 5 minutes lang, hahaha. Ito rin ang napili ko isali na post sa Yummy Sunday dahil may hiling ang host ng meme na ito na paboritong pagkain daw ang ilahok ngayong linggo.

At kung nagtataka kayo kung bakit Tagalog (Filipino) ang lenggwaheng gamit ko, madali lang po ang sagot - di ko kasi alam kung ano ang binatog sa Ingles (English).

Nga pala, kakabasa ko lang, mayroong give-away promo sa Perfectly Blended (ang bagong bahay ng Yummy Sunday), mamimigay sya ng berdeng balabal (shawl) sa maswerteng kalahok sa Yummy Sunday ngayong linggo. Kung kayo ay interesado, maaari po lamang bumisita sa nasabing blog para sa detalye.


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9 comments:

Mara's Personal Bubble. September 26, 2009 at 8:54 PM  

Wow ang tagal ko ng hindi nakakakain ng binatog. Yun pala tawag dun. Hehe! As in years na.

GIOVANNI "John" FANCUBIT September 26, 2009 at 10:29 PM  

oopppss.. never tasted that one.. pahingi.. visit mine also

Perfectly Blended September 26, 2009 at 11:08 PM  

I never tried that one too. By the way, your Tagalog is good..he.he.he.. :) Thanks for joining!

Lalaine September 27, 2009 at 1:07 AM  

Hmm.. I would love to try that one next time..saan to mabibili? sa Manila lng?or other provinces din?

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Princess Sarah September 27, 2009 at 2:05 AM  

di pa ako nakatikim nyan, siguro masarap, hmmmm...
Salamat sa dalaw, God bless

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♥peachkins♥ September 27, 2009 at 5:55 AM  

I always love binatog with sugar...

maiylah September 27, 2009 at 10:08 AM  

tagal ko na rin di natikman yan ... pero naririnig ko si Mamang Binatog halos araw-araw. nilalagay namin asin, lol. masubukan nga ung asukal minsan...

ivankfabic June 30, 2010 at 12:39 AM  

Hello!

I'd like to thank you first for such an entertaining blog. Nakakagutom at nakakagana kumain, super reminiscing lalo na sa overseas Pinoy like myself.

I think ang pinaka-malapit na translation ng binatog is the English term "hominy"- not necessarily original na English pero anglicized ang term. Popular 'to sa Southern and Mexican cuisine, gawa din sya sa corn. Hinde ko lang alam kung kinakain nila ito gaya natin na may halong niyog at asukal, or inasnan.

Jenn Ji Hyun May 21, 2012 at 5:24 PM  

Hi! I hope I could borrow your picture of binatog. I used it for my blog post and linked it back to your site. Thanks!

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