Christmas is just around the corner. You can hear Christmas songs and you can even see Christmas decorations in homes, schools, offices and any other place you can possibly think of. Just like what they say, Christmas in the Philippines is more special compared to the other countries. Exchange Gifts, Christmas Parties and of course, the food served will surely be the highlight of every gathering you attend to.
While traditional Filipino dishes take center stage, it’s also the perfect time to add a touch of international flavor to your celebrations. Rasta Pasta, with its colorful and flavorful blend of spices, offers a delightful twist to your holiday spread. This vibrant dish brings together the festive spirit of Christmas, the lively atmosphere of a party, and the comforting allure of pasta. To infuse your gathering with a touch of Caribbean flair, see recipe and explore the enticing world of Rasta Pasta, allowing your loved ones to savor the harmonious fusion of flavors and experience a truly memorable Christmas feast.
Alaminos, Pangasinan – The Home of the Hundred Islands
Just last September 4, 2010, Kraft launched the world’s longest Christmas celebration with the Edenâ€™s Sarap ng Pasko: 100 Days of Christmas. Last year, I was able to join the Kraft Keso de Gallo in Pampanga on the 4th of December. The new project for this year is twice the fun and the excitement!
What makes this project unique? Well, 100 towns from different parts of the Philippines presents their Unique Dish, and the top 9 cities with most votes will be recognized by 9 best recipes in 9 churches. The project slogan is : â€œ100 Days. 100 Towns. 100 Unique Dishes.â€
Since Dagupan City is not on the list, I will be supporting Alaminos City, Pangasinan this time. Familiar? It is the place where the world-famous Hundred Islands Natures Park is located. Alaminos City is also known for its seafoods and clean surroundings. On March 28, 2001, Alaminos was officially declared as the Fourth City of Pangasinan.