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Dinuguan is a popular Filipino delicacy that most people in my family love. It is made from Pork and Pig's blood. In English you can say "Pork Blood Stew". This is usually served during celebrations like birthdays and fiestas. My mother-in-law would always say it goes a long way, it can feed a lot of people as a main dish, merienda (snack), or even as a pulutan (appetizer eaten with alcohol). It's a really practical dish to serve to guests in a party. But it's still as good enjoyed by the family- with extras to give-away to your kapit-bahay (neighbors). Enjoy! Here's the recipe.

1 kg pork liempo (cut into bite-sized pieces) 2 packs of pig's blood (request from the meat shop) 1 head garlic (crushed) 3 medium sized onion chopped 7-10 pcs red, ripe tomatoes, chopped 2 pcs green chillies 1-2 cups of vinegar salt pepper fish sauce (patis) sugar

1 Heat a medium sized pot and add about 2 tablespoons of cooking oil. Saute the garlic, onion, and tomat…

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