Ale becomes Inday. Diaries of a Tagalog migrant in the Visayas.
Hi Inday, I was attracted to your langkawas. I have started to plant langkawas too. By the way, i'm a foodie too with iloveiloilo.com. hope you can check it out too.
Thanks, will check-out your site.
Hi H! Nice blog. I didn't imagine a newly uprooted langkawas looks like this. I only buy the ones in the market, peeled off for my "sinamak". Im not sure if I have sent you an addy of my blog too. I have to transfer 'em from yahoo360. Looks nicer.Jen of Bim (
Oops sorry, I forgot to give you my blog addy: http://jensnursingchronicles.blogspot.com/Take care!
hey! hi... can i know what is the english term for langkawas? and its scientific name? pls... reply asap.. or contact me 09129787871 or email me email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
ei to all who visit this site pls.. visit mine to http://langkawas.blogspot.com/ so you can help us,.. pls...
Aside from sinamak, where else do you use langkawas? I just bought a bunch even if I don't know how to use it.
Hi Gay. I use langkawas to make Rendang and other curries.
Well I acquiesce in but I think the list inform should prepare more info then it has.
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