The Art of the “Tuhog-tuhog” the Barbecue

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Basta gumagalaw at sariwa… pulutan yan!

Nothing beats grilling meat over blazing charcoal. The smokey taste, the crispy texture, and the savoriness all mixed and dances in your palate with a tingling sensation in each bite.

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This video is IRORI Style of serving food, an art in Japanese Culture wherein you cook what nature provides and its just astonishing. This is not your simple barbecue stand as they serve wild game like, boar, duck, mountain fish and sometimes bear. Anong lasa kaya nung bear? It is just amazing, watch the video, pati uling espesyal din eh. Cheeers!

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The years of experience shows on how he deals with the coal, the flame and the ingredients..

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Fish so fresh it was bought and caught on the same day…

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every meal ends with a soup…cooked over the fire..

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