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Welcome to The Manyaman Blog, your one stop spot for everything Manyaman! Now, what exactly does "Manyaman" mean? Let me explain. In the Pampango dialect of the Philippines, this is the one word that describes food that is undeniably tasty, mouth-watering, and flavorful. In short, it means absolutely delicious!

A little about myself: My name is Michael Sibal, a 21 year old college student working part time as head chef in my own family kitchen :) Being a Kapampangan, I pride myself in the well known culinary talent of my people. Through this blog, I hope to bring Filipino cuisine into a new light, with my own Pampango twist of course. Occasionally, I will post dishes that are more Asian Inspired, or not Filipino at all, but nonetheless, every dish I cook will surely be Manyaman. Thanks for visiting my page!

*NOTE: All the dishes posted in this blog are photographed by me, and more importantly cooked by me (Unless reblogged)
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Sisig Kapampangan- Once again, I am proud to say that this Manyaman Filipino Favorite originated in Pampanga :) Thanks to Aling Lucing of Angeles, Pampanga-Dakal a Salamat Pu! I’ll be honest, cooking sisig is definitely NOT an easy dish to cook…there are several specific cooking processes that go into it, and if even one of these cooking processes are not executed properly, the whole dish could go wrong. Thankfully, my sisig came out successfully, and more importantly, it came out Manyaman! The only thing that was missing was a case of San Miguel Beer hahah

Sisig Kapampangan- Once again, I am proud to say that this Manyaman Filipino Favorite originated in Pampanga :) Thanks to Aling Lucing of Angeles, Pampanga-Dakal a Salamat Pu! I’ll be honest, cooking sisig is definitely NOT an easy dish to cook…there are several specific cooking processes that go into it, and if even one of these cooking processes are not executed properly, the whole dish could go wrong. Thankfully, my sisig came out successfully, and more importantly, it came out Manyaman! The only thing that was missing was a case of San Miguel Beer hahah

Posted: Fri November 11th, 2011 at 12:41pm
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    Had so much sisig on this trip already and its not over…More fatty pork please!!!
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