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we have that here in the Philippines too, it's called tupig. you can find it in the northern part of luzon esp, pangasinan, tarlac

thyme (sarah)

What a find. Sticky rice cooked in coconut milk surrounding a banana. I'm trying to imagine it all. I wish I could see it all!


I've intended to head to Cambodia this September and already made a plan to try all of their famous food such as prahok, amok etc. but now I'm really confusing. So at last can you make a recommendation for what I should and shouldn’t taste? Thanks a bunch! :-)

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