Filipinos around the world will always like the foods they grew up to. One of these is the food they eat at breakfast. Pinoys are fond of frying left-over rice in hot oil and crushed garlic . This is called sinangag in the native dialect. The sinangag will be nothing without fried fish or tuyo and of course, fried egg. This 3 combination is now called TUSILOG, for tuyo, sinangag at itlog.
The popular refreshment all Filipinos enjoy is called halu-halo. It is composed of sweetened fruits & legumes with crushed ice and evaporated milk. On top of this concoction is either leche flan, halayang ube, ice cream or all. Below is my version of Pinoy halu-halo.