🇵🇭 Philippines Chicken Inasal: 🤍youtu.be/Ctt0z9Db7-s 🌶️ Get Smoked Ghost Pepper: 🤍🤍kivahealthfood.com/markghostpepper 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe CORDOVA, PHILIPPINES - Today I’m hanging out with my friends 🤍BhenYuri and we’ve been invited over to the 🤍yangcofamilymukbang9627 who make family village food and mukbang videos. They are cooking one of the greatest Filipino food meal experiences you can have - a boodle fight! Cordova is just a short drive from Cebu, yet it’s a totally different world - quiet, relaxing, and still some countryside. The Yangco family has a fantastic property with a farm, vegetables, and even chickens. A boodle fight is a communal style of eating where everyone stands around a table and eats together communally. For this Filipino food boodle fight they are making a couple dishes - a very unique roasted chicken in a tin can wrapped in a banana stalk. Humba bisaya, a braised pork stew that’s one of the favorite dishes of the Visayas, and finally kinalaw - raw fish marinated in vinegar, and this time with grilled pork. Once all the dishes were finished cooking we then set the table with everything - the rice on first, all the meat and side dishes, and even fruits around the table. It was an absolute feast, and one of the best Filipino food meals I’ve ever had! Thank you to my friends Bhen and Yuri: 🤍🤍youtube.com/🤍BhenYuri And huge thank you to Yangco Family: 🤍🤍youtube.com/🤍yangcofamilymukbang9627 🎵MUSIC: 🤍goo.gl/HwVjdo —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: 🤍🤍facebook.com/migrationology —————————————————— 🌶️ 🌶️🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: Direct: 🤍🤍kivahealthfood.com/markghostpepper Amazon: 🤍amzn.to/3PNTvNQ (affiliate link on Amazon in US)
Thank you so much Mr. Wiens for visiting our country PHILIPPINES, Your such an incridible and nice man, I admire you for a long time...I like the way you are vlogging, i love the content and of course on how you adopt our culture especially you eat and taste of our DIFFERENT,simple but unique cuisine. I inspire to continue my vlogging eventhough its a small channel....MARAMING SALAMAT for inspiring me!!!!
how are you still slim after eating all those fatty and mouthful food hehehehe
nakarating pala kayo dito sa pilipinas. wow you are great idol
Humba is basically adobo with fruit and sugar added to give it a sweet n sour flavor.
boodle fight is filipino tradition originated from philippine military.
Wow na wow
I hope you gave the family some money people in the Philippines have no money
Love it! Getting so hungry.
Ano pang lasa nyan, piniga.
Wow. I haven't seen that kind of cooking using banana stump petals for ages.
The last time I ate pork cooked that way was in my grandmother's copra farm beside a creek and ravine at the Sierra Madre mountains.
This is so lammi I Miss Philippines 10 Times watching this😂
We pilipinos love saucy food's like pork or chicken adobo,menudo,afritada,mechado,pork humba,chicken curry,litson paksiw and many more we call it ULAM as Asian we love rice.rice and ulam is our meal especially in lunch and dinner.we also have different kinds of soups foods like pork sinigang,pork nilaga,chicken sinampalukan,chicken tinola,pork sinigang in over ripe guava,shrimp sinigang.and for the fish delicacies we have different kinds of fried fish the most famous is TUYU and Daing na bangus and tinapa or smoke mackerel.we commonly eat in breakfast with rice and tomatoes and salted duck eggs
FACT check! Boodle fighting is not a Filipino tradition...As others may know, the word "BOODLE" originated in the United States Military Academy also known as West Point. This military terminology called boodle means food. This U.S. military jargon was adopted by the Philippine Military Academy. Cadets in their 4th class (1st Year) in the military academy or military schools usually cannot eat well because of the military tradition called the square meal. What these cadets do is gather at night at sneak (It's called take life). They collect all the boodles they can easily provide like noodles, sardines, rice, chicharron, and other instant meal, and put them in a newspaper. Once the noodles are prepared, the cadets start to commence the "Boodle Fight"_. The cadets can sleep with a good load of food after they take life. The Filipino tradition is called "KAMAYAN".
You need for a good job to help me not the best for
Kapal ang muka mo mark
It is a saying in Filipino you get invited to a party or pot luck and you pig out with no shame
....not sure what humba is. But where I come from, in Afrika, Pork is also called Nkhumba (Nchoomber pronounciation)
venha ao ceará brasil comer sarabuio que inclui cabeça de bode e o miolo ( cerebro|) cozido ou então comer cabeça de porco cozida
It looks very poor cooking facelity