FoodPrints with Sandy Daza: From the cobbled streets of Vigan to the back road of Ilocos Sur

FoodPrints Ilocos Sur

If you will remember, Chef Sandy Daza began his FoodPrints journey in Ilocos Norte. On Season 3, he goes to neighboring Ilocos Sur to dig deeper into the humble Ilocano “banga”.

Casa CaridadLocal Flavors of Ilocos Sur

Ilocos Sur has a truly interesting history. Many say the province throws back the entire history of the country because it has done a splendid job in preserving heritage.

The province’s cuisine is a fusion of ancient native and adopted traditions. To narrow it down, the Vigan cuisine alone is alone in many ways. The Vigan empanada and pipian, for example, are all theirs.

From storied Vigan, Sandy goes further to search the best bagnet and discovers “chicharon” and so much more along the road.

Vigan Bagnet

Tune in to FoodPrints on the Lifestyle Network on May 17 and May 24 (Sundays), 8PM, for the Ilocos Sur episodes. Sabsabali!

You might spot me there:)

Vigan Empanada and OkoyFoodPrints Ilocos Sur with Chef Sandy Daza (photo with Edmaration)Bistro 23Chef Sandy and Sta. Maria ChicharonDardarat Fishing VillageBounties of the SeaSandy Daza makes balicuchaVigan TortaBungro Ice CreamRoyal BibingkaPaella NegraDudolAbuos Pizza by Chef Nic RodriguezWho else can think of making abuos pizza?

Photo 6 by Edmar Guquib
Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2015

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