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Ar-arusep: grapes of the sea

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Nick Ballesteros spent his childhood days in Baguio City, worked in Makati, climbed mountains in Laguna and Batangas, and is now searching for hobbits in New Zealand. He shares his thoughts and experiences at www.nickballesteros.com, and his love for food at www.adobongblog.com.

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  • Alma Carandang

    may i say i really love this seafood. I now live in the caribbean where im surrounded by sea but there isnt any ar arusep. My family lived in Baguio City when i was high school. I love vegetables too, then i had goiter so i frequently ate ar-arusep so my goiter was gone.. great food!!

  • geleisky

    Dito sa Palawan, ang tawag namin dyan ay LATO. 🙂

  • John Howell

    I’m in love with the filipino ppl and culture and I really like your site. I especially like the foods you show. The one above looks interesting but could you explain the red eggs. I’ve never seen them before. I would really love to try some of these dishes but wish they were in english too. Recipes would be helpful.