Longganisa is the Philippines very own traditional savory sausage made from a mixture of ground pork, lots of crushed garlic and spices.
Longganisa is one of the traditional dish served during breakfast, but can also be served for lunch and dinner, including snacks for those who eat rice for snacks.
Pictures below show the uncooked or fresh and cooked Longganisa and how they are sometimes sold on the streets in the Philippines together with Tocino.
Only in the Philippines - a fresh meat vendor in San Pablo City, Laguna selling fresh/uncooked Longganisa and Tocino, complete with his weighing scale. Unbelievable!
Here is the alphabetic list of fish which is common in Kerala, India translated from Malayalam to English.
Malayalam is the language used in Kerala, India.
Below are some of interesting photos of village life in Kerala and photos of assorted fish common in Kerala.
LIST OF FISH IN MALAYALAM TO ENGLISH
Aakoli – Silver Moony
Aiyla – Mackerel
Aiykoora – King Fish / Wahoo / King Mackarel
Avoli – Pomfret
Choora – Tuna
Kaari – Catfish
Kadal Kuthira - Sword Fish
Kannambu – Mullet
Kannava – Squid
Kari Meen – Pearl Spot/ Green Chromide
Killi Meen – Threadfin bream
Kolaan – Garfish or Pipefish
Koori/Vaari – Mystus
Kora / Kaala – Salmon
Kozhuva – Indian Anchovy
Mathi/Chaala – Sardine
Mushi – Silurus/Cat Fish
Netholi – Anchovy
Ney Meen – Seer Fish / Queen Fish
Nangu – Sole Fish
Paalla – Surgeon Fish
Parava - False trevally
PooMeen – Milk Fish
Rohu – Reba
Sheelavu – Barracuda
Thilopia/Kerala Karimeen – Tilapia
Thirandi – Stingray
Vaalla – Wallago / Knife Fish
Varaal – Snake Head
Vatta - Bluefin trevally
Kerala, India was one of the places I visited and India and to live there for a month and see their culture, particularly their food made me so curious about everything about their cuisine and food (dishes) and drinks.
Below is a picture of a fish market in Allepey, Kerala, India. Although there are some raodside makeshift fish markets and fish peddlers using bikes
Lángos also spelled Langos refers to a Hungarian traditional bread.
Please see article entitled Langos for more information. Below is a picture of salty/savory Langos which was one of the food sold during the 2015 Bremen Freimarkt, an annual Festival held in the City of Bremen, Germany.
This is a salty/savory Lángos which is topped by garlic butter then grated cheese. It maybe so fatty, but so delicious just the same.