What We Ate: A LOT of Seafood!

by angel
September 22nd, 2011
Posted in Candy |

Last weekend, I went on a gastronomic food trip to Iloilo with Macy, Mimi, Steph, Koko, Bianca, and our good friend Blanche. We really didn’t do much except EAT, EAT, EAT! We definitely had our fill of Iloilo’s fresh and delicious seafood.

Baked oysters oozing with cheese

Diwal clams soaked in butter and garlic

Black Marlin—tender, juicy, and tasty!

Yummy buttered scallops

This doesn’t even cover half of the dishes we ate. (Maybe one of the other Candy Girls will blog about the rest in a future post.) If you’re looking for a place to go on the next long weekend where you can just relax and fill your tummy, Iloilo is definitely the place!

What are your favorite food trip destinations? Share!!!

Happy as a clam,
Angel O:)

P.S. A special shout out goes to Blanche, her relatives, and super cute cousins who showed us a rockin’ good time in Iloilo!

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One Response to “What We Ate: A LOT of Seafood!”

  1. Mimi

    Just seeing the photos made my mouth water… and my tummy hurt. HAHAHA!

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