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.

Fresh/Uncooked Longganisa

Cooked Longganisa

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!