Have you ever noticed the quality of food here, and how they think they put a lot of effort and pride into their cooking? Take Tilapia for instance. It only takes them 3 steps to prepare their fish.
STEP 1: Preheat Oil
STEP 2: Throw Fish in hot oil
STEP 3: Done!!!
Hardly any effort is exhausted at all, and it’s not even worth being called restaurant quality. Yet they see it as a delicacy as if it was prepared the American style as seen in our restaurants where the fish is generously cut, free of head, tail, and fins. Nicely seasoned to the core with the most exquisite ingredients, and lightly cooked to the point where it’s not burnt, nor is it undercooked. We take pride in our cooking. I’m aware that few of you expats don’t have a problem in this Filipino Primitive style of cooking, but in the end, we all know what tastes better. Mmmmmm!!! I love Garlic Butter Tilapia! 🙂
As for their beverage. Whenever we order a take out drink at our outdoor food stands (if you even have one in your area), we normally get our drink poured in a sturdy cup, with a lid and straw. Very convenient right?
But in this shitty-ass country, what do you get here? You get your beverage poured in some Mandingo used-condom, but at least you get a straw to go with it. I have seen a few hilarious instances where the condom had popped open, with juice spewing all over the pathetic Filipino. I have no remorse for them when that happens, because 9 time o ut of 10, they throw that juice bag (or condom) carelessly on the ground, which contributes to about 70% of the most commonly seen trash being littered by Filipinos. Just for the record, I don’t drink out of those.Published in