Dulong is a Filipino word for small shrimps. In Marinduque, southern Island in the Philippines, they are mostly harvested from the sea using a big fish net during full moon. Fishnet are pulled from each side by fishermen and their families until it reach the seashore. I remembered that after harvesting, my grandfather, just put them in a native pot with tomatoes and little salt then boil, what a lovely soup for cold full moon nights.

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