Bicol is a culinary adventurer’s dream because of its diverse delicacies like laing, kinunot, tinuktok, and many more. What do thesedishes have in common? Coconut. Bicolano food is famous for adding coconut milk or “gata” to its dishes. Join ErwanHeussaff as he tastes his way through the Naga Market and the nearby eateries to taste the authentic flavors of Bicol. Stay until the end to learn how laing is cooked according to Chef Doy who has been cooking Bicolano food for almost 15 years!
Special thanks to the Bicolano collaborators for helping create this documentary: Chef Billy Genterola Academy of Career Education Philippines Oliver Collins Films --------- Content Creators are looking for collaborators, content producers, brands, and anyone who has a story to tell. Email at email@example.com
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ErwanHeussaff - Founder Kashka Gaddi - Content Producer Eamonn Quizon - Cinematographer Edel Cayetano - Story Producer Harold Singzon - Story Producer Kleo Balares - Editorial Producer Julius Rivera - Videographer Steven Sune - Editor Lorraine Santos - Editor Dana Blaze - Editor Ivan Christian Cocjin - Editor Martin Narisma - Food Editor Kathryna de Bustos - Content Manager Chester Velasco - Production Assistant Kevin Amponin - Production Assistant Dustin Dagamac - Colorist Sofia Paderes - Graphic Designer Kim Manuel - Graphic Designer Roanne Salvacion - Accountant Donalyn Aranda - Accounting Assistant Interns: Mary Lournette Baligod Patricia Beatrice Te Seng Hans Rivera Mary Zarrahmaiden Cabrera Alyssa Gwyneth King
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