There is something shady about Dory, this versatile fish fillet. There were earlier reports that this fish is not safe to eat.
Condiments were known in Ancient Rome, Ancient India, Ancient Greece, and Ancient China. There is a myth that before food preservation techniques were widespread, pungent spices and condiments were used to make the food more palatable, but this claim is not supported by any evidence or historical record.
It’s the last day of February and our Day2 for the ₱200.00 meal-for-four challenge. Last time we made a Tuna Ball and Vegetable Misua soup dish. Today it is Chinese-style porkchops and Sautéd Chayote and Carrots with Shrimp Aligue (Ginisang Sayote).
For the next weekend issues, I will be focusing on this, the food situation, and will come up with a menu for a meal good for a family of four with a budget of ₱50.00 per head which makes that ₱200.00 a meal.