Saturday, May 15, 2010

Baliad in Bantayan Island

Baliad is the local term for oyster. From Wikipedia, the word oyster is used as a common name for a number of distinct groups of bivalve molluscs which live in marine or brackish habitats. The valves are highly calcified.


From the beach, we passed by these people who greeted us that evening. There were busy cooking for their 'pulutan'. We wondered what it was and they introduced us this kind of food that is cooked through fire.


Baliad is nice to cook with fire than steaming or with boiled-water. It is better to make fire with withered coconut husks than using an ordinary firewood. It is easy to cook because it is easy to identify. If the meat will separate from the shell, it is already cooked.


My boyfriend was ready for the first bite of baliad.



This is baliad.

This is the closer look of Baliad. The juice and the meat are so sweet and we were so full.

2 comments:

  1. ahhh.. bali-ad. makahurot ko'g isa ka sako ani. lol.

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  2. wooah! noh? makahurot kag usa ka sako ani? sus kami intawn sa ako pares nabusog mis 3 or 4.

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