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March 22, 2007



We won't squeel if you send us some. The lupoys, I mean, wrapped in those "veggies". On the other hand, even just the veggies will do!!!


Nami man ini kung banigan mo sang dahon sang bayabas! The taste is...SUBLIME!



is there a name to the lupuy cooked on guava leaves?

unfortunately there are no guava leaves down here.

i can imagine the taste though.



Pinamalhan nga ginbanigan sang dahon bayabas ang tawag naton sina. Noexact name.



Pair this pinamalhan with laswa sus, sa akon this is a real treat especially here in Boston. Namiton gid ya ah!

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