Thursday, January 29, 2009

Longaniza Lucban

Lucban longaniza from the town of Lucban, Quezon is one of the more popular varieties of longaniza. It is said to be spiced with lots of oregano (either juice of fresh oregano or dried oregano leaves), paprika, and garlic, and its pork fat is chunky. Meat is coarsely-ground but chunks are not as large as Taal. It's on the sour side and falls into the derecado garlicky (or mabawang) category. This longaniza was taken at one of the stalls during the annual Pahiyas Festival.

Main article: Longanizas of the Philippines
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