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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Vegetables in the Philipines

Vegetable Markets

I had a wonderful time in the Philipines, took lots of photos of vegetable gardens and the market. Will hopefully have another trip in about a year and see some more. The picture below was a chicken stall in the local market in San Fernando, I especially liked the coloured boxes for carrying the chooks. My sisiter told me that at easter you could buy coloured chicks. Not too sure about that, but maybe they are punk chickens and like the colours.

1 comment:

gavgams said...

Hi Katie
Hope you don't mind me putting two cents worth in to the pot or compost.
I used to live near the Footscray market and it was great to see all the asian style produce spilling around the sts and stalls. I did a lot of cooking and really learnt to appreciate Thai food from Charmaine Solomons book. Philipinos I've known have been lay back and friendly. I imagine it would be a great place to take in.
What a contrast that hands on live food thing with buying live meat and thererfore fresh c/f the industrial shed stuff eaten here.
I'm going to try and set up for a bird a week for eating. I should do a blog on it and like stuff.
How's the tummy? I guess you Londoners (home of Tandoori) are used to the chilli.