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Kodak CX7430, aperture at f2.70, shutter speed at 1/60 sec., exposure bias at 0.0, focal length of 34mm, fill-flash, ISO 140

These are Philippine longanizas. Better known internationally as chorizos, they are a part of the country's colorful food cuisine history. Served with fried eggs and hot fried rice, they are surely a true breakfast delight!

Ce sont des longanizas philippins. Améliorez connu internationalement comme chorizos, ils sont une partie de l'histoire colorée de cuisine de la nourriture du pays. Servi avec les oeufs sur le plat et le riz frit chaud, ils sont sûrement un véritable plaisir de déjeuner!


eye said...

oooh, sinful but heavenly hehehe! longsilog :)

eye said...

oooh, sinful but heavenly! longsilog + brewed coffee :D

Sidney said...

oooh, sinful but heavenly! longsilog + brewed coffee + cigarettes :-)

Cergie said...

Je viens de prendre un bon repas ce midi, alors je passe vite car ces saucisses me paraissent trop réelles et elle me semblent déjà m'alourdir l'estomac

Dr. Emer said...

Sidney, eating fatty longsilog is sinful enough as it is. To add cigarettes afterwards would really be the fatal blow. Follow Eye's previous example minus the cigs! ;-)

Longanizas sont riche en graisses, Cergie. On doit les manger avec prudence. Ils sont délicieux mais très pécheurs.

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