Discussion in '☋ Dumaguete City ☋' started by culumbinus, Dec 10, 2009.
Get some! They're yummy!
Tugnos is ANCHOVY. Here in Holland we have a lot I am making ginamos here...
...and of course prepare them soaked in olive oil.
..and a lot of HOT chilli peppers. :D
Hi Tugnos lovers;
The fish mentioned used to be seen a "school of fish" in Dumaguete sea shores on the early 1970's very small fishes that's eatin raw(fish tartar) or cooked in a banana leaves, now since its not allowed to grow and multiplied further disappeared in the seashore.The equivalent of it in Vancouver, Canada are "smelts" looks the same in profile but grow an average of six inches can be seen in the shores of Vancouver starting early June up to early September as the lay eggs on the sand.We used to cached it by net laid on the shoreline, on the good days we allowed to take the maximum of 50 pounds in a container.
now they are almost extinct.
hey there, liked what ur talking here ha we had it last sunday eve!
good for you weng, i miss that food, its been seven yrs i didtn't eat tugnos. (wla mi dagat diri) we eat frozen fish and thats eat.:(
and can i have mine with lots of chives, too? thank you
then they must be available in your location in bottles soaked in olive oil
where you are based now? when you will be around holland, give me a sign we can eat them every day, haha
AND my best way to eat them is with 'bahaw' or cold, leftover corngrits; no, no rice...must be maize. (What day is today? Sigh, still have to wait 2 days for the Fish Market.)
he..he.he.he. we are far far away with each other. i am here in kansas in the midle of the states. wish i could stop by there he..he.he. but thats ok i will have some when we visit to the phils. thanks anyway he..he.he. thats very nice of you.