FoodPrints with Sandy Daza Across Bulacan in 5 Days


What’s Sandy Daza up to these days? He’s just added a new dimension to his love of food. The credible and respected chef and food columnist explores the country’s nooks and crannies for gastronomic experiences worth sharing via the food travelogue series FoodPrints about to air on the Lifestyle Network on Sept. 21, 8:30 PM.

Chef Sandy Daza

In the Bulacan episodes, be prepared to get fired up with the Bulakeño way of preparing exotic oysters straight from the Pamarawan oyster farms. What’s more? The best of the province’s carinderia fare and pasalubong stores, pork  like no other else and  heritage dishes threatened by time. Chef Sandy will also take you to the indigenous kakanin makers. And surely, Bulacan is not the same without the sweets. There’s more to the local cuisine than meets the eye.

FoodPrints, Sept. 7, 2013, 8:30 PM, the start of the 1st season on the Lifestyle Network

Enjoy and drool over the pics:)

FoodPrints Pamarawan BTSPicture 373Oysters AdoboGoto with TalabaDulce LecheLuz  OcampoSapin-SapinLeche Flan at JuiceTsokolateMorconMargaux Salcedo and Sandy DazaPancit AlanganinSinusoGoto TalksSandy Daza sa GotohanHalo-HaloPancit PalabokHamon BulakenyaEmpanada de Kaliskis

Bulacan’s distinct empanada de kaliskis.

FoodPrints Bulacan BTSSandy Daza with Tita DotieSinigang sa Bayabas at Buro at MustasaBulacan ChicharonHalo-Halo TuronMorconFoodPrints at Kulinarya ng Bahay na TisaBangus with Shitake MushroomsFoodPrints Barkada
Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2013

21 thoughts on “FoodPrints with Sandy Daza Across Bulacan in 5 Days

  1. My late brother-in-law was from Bulacan and I love going to their place because his family are great hosts and wonderful cooks. Am jealous of your experience.

    • Oh, nice to know bebs. It was actually my first time to go around Bulacan.though we pass by the province every time we go in and out of Manila. A dream come true… thanks to the FoodPrints barkada:)

  2. Hi….I’m a big fan of footprints. Hope you don’t mind if I ask the mobile number of Curva 1961 at Baliuag. Really interested to try it out. Thanks!

    • hi, Denisse! thanks i don’t have the number of Curva 1961. I hope someone from there reads your comment. anyways, try calling the Provincial Tourism Office of Bulacan or the Baliuag Tourism Office perhaps. Or the Malolos Tourism Office who assisted the team.

  3. Can I have the lists and addresses of the places were Mr Sandy went at the Bulacan episode? I woule really love to bring my family there and have a wonderful family bonding time. 🙂 looking forward for your reply. Thanks and God bless.

    • hi, tiffany! try to get in touch with Roly of the Malolos Tourism Office. He may be able to guide you to the places.

  4. wish you could upload a video per episode on youtube! we would love to watch these episodes coz we don’t have cable. hehe..

  5. wow i love your bulacan episode and im from bulacan but never gone to those places yet . its so amazing will try to visit them soon.

  6. I saw this episode last night. Urgh… Soooo mouthwatering! Can I ask you something? I forgot the name of that leche flan recipe with kakanin base and mango toppings. Please? I can’t forget Chef Sandy’s face when he had a bite of the dessert. 😉

  7. My office mates and I are going there on a road trip. I would want to know where are these food finds that Sandy went to. I had watched them on the show but failed to take note of the names and addresses…will appreciate if you can send to my email. thanks

  8. Hi , i missed the bulacan episode, may i ask where i can find the full episode video? and for the other episodes as well, thank u much .

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