Boodle Fight refers to a military style of eating practicesd in Pampanga where long tables are prepared and food are on top of the banana leaves. Viands and rice ready to eat using bare hands. Jugs of water are prepared on the side to wash hands before the "eating combat”. With the signal to start the Boodle Fight , everyone aims for his/her position.

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