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Reader Comments on 'Adobong Baka (Beef)'

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Mimie wrote:
Monday, 22 July 2013 15:30:29 PHT
I'm from Bohol.When I woke up this morning,I thought of cooking adobong baka but I wanted to be sure of its ingredients.Luckily,I search your recipe from Bohol,too.Thanks for posting!
Vincent Gonzales wrote:
Saturday, 1 May 2010 10:04:05 PHT
I have never tried this or probably heard of it... Always known and eaten adobong baboy, manok and kanding.. But this looks delicious, will definitely try this.. Thanks for sharing....
Jimmy Rebulanan wrote:
Saturday, 5 September 2009 18:33:04 PHT
I was happy I got this adobong baka recipe. At least, I can let my muslim friends here in Abu Dhabi, UAE to let them taste one of the popular lutong pinoy. Actually, my american friends like it (adobong baboy). thanks and more power to your site.
christine wrote:
Monday, 30 June 2008 00:32:39 PHT
im goin to try adobong baka dis time... but in most fastest way to make meet more tender using pressure cooker
Gwen wrote:
Monday, 9 June 2008 07:07:26 PHT
I tried your adobong baka recipe and it taste good. This is the first time i tried to cook adobong baka. I think my kids will really like it.thanks.!!
Roel wrote:
Sunday, 21 January 2007 00:24:51 PHT
Ang sarap siguro ng adobong baka..lalo na pag ako ang nag luto....sana maka pag luto ako....send me more recipe...
Toro wrote:
Tuesday, 21 November 2006 04:06:00 PHT
Bryan Reas, Have you tried the "Adobong Kibot Sa Pato"? If you love Kabaw, you should appriciate the Kibot. :)))
Mario wrote:
Tuesday, 21 November 2006 03:57:04 PHT
Lyn, can this be mixed with pork ? Adobong Baka ug Baboy ? Thanks and happy holidays.....
Jasmin wrote:
Thursday, 1 December 2005 19:52:39 PHT
Your Comment hi i would like to know if how to make siakoy.please let me know! thanks Jasmin in Fla.
Amy Mckie wrote:
Wednesday, 23 November 2005 19:47:54 PHT
Your Comment Hi,i just knew to this website and im looking for siakoy recipe and butsi,would you mind to give me?Dia ko sa New Zealand,I am fade up eating New Zealand food.I would like to try something different.Please e mail me your recipe.Cheers,Amy
jean wrote:
Thursday, 17 November 2005 20:12:08 PHT
i love it,my family loves it too,masarap...tnx
Paul Ponce wrote:
Thursday, 17 November 2005 16:07:29 PHT
Your recipe is delicious. Kindly help me in acquiring a recipe for bologna.
Your Name: Eric wrote:
Wednesday, 9 November 2005 00:55:23 PHT
The Adopbong baka was unique and delicious. I love every bit of it!! Will you be kind enough to send me the recipe for: Langgonisang Vigan and Lucban. Thanks. Eric
Jay wrote:
Tuesday, 25 October 2005 18:59:01 PHT
Wish you can add an authentic Bohol recipe or recipies with ingredients that are abundant in Bohol...
Bebielyn wrote:
Wednesday, 12 October 2005 10:13:23 PHT
It's nice.... I'll cook it... can you give me recipe of lume Lyn? pls
Bryan Reas wrote:
Tuesday, 27 September 2005 06:39:15 PHT
How about adobong kabaw? Any recipe for that? Thanks in advance.
Roy Christian Prado wrote:
Wednesday, 7 September 2005 19:15:57 PHT
Thank very much for this recipe!! I tried it and all I can say is "wow"I really had my appetite.
Joseph wrote:
Thursday, 4 August 2005 15:37:36 PHT
Hi! Lyn Can you send me recipe of humburger patty? I'll be glad if you give me the favor. Thanks and God bless.
Boyet of Dampas wrote:
Wednesday, 20 July 2005 05:42:09 PHT
Hello unsay sherry? please continue posting recipes. thanks

Sherry is a type of wine, see Wikipedia for details.--Lyn.

Dean wrote:
Friday, 15 July 2005 12:17:51 PHT
Hi, thanks for the recipes its been useful for everybody. Can we ask for a recipe like siakoy and butsi? Thanks and God Bless
Carolina O. Pease wrote:
Friday, 8 July 2005 06:29:09 PHT
Hi Lyn, I think I know you... good job on your recipe corner but I need to read more of your recipe..talk to you later... bye,,, carol
Ed wrote:
Sunday, 3 July 2005 15:12:15 PHT
Do u have a recipe of biko? i really miss it :-) Thanks...
Boyet of dampas wrote:
Friday, 24 June 2005 04:54:42 PHT
Hello, please can you give us next time the recipe on bulalo special. it's my favorite one so far. thanks in advance.
Rowena wrote:
Friday, 10 June 2005 16:43:29 PHT
Love the adobong baka, pwede ngayo pa ko lain recipes kanang mga simple lang mga ingredients. Salamat
Janelle wrote:
Friday, 10 June 2005 16:06:54 PHT
My comments sa adobong baka?? hmmm yummy....sarap gyod...O sha...pwede ba mangayo kog recipe sa siakoy. Miss ko na gyod mukaon ug siakoy.. salamat daan. :)
Noah Raine wrote:
Thursday, 9 June 2005 16:58:12 PHT
If possible, I would like to ask recipe for Bibinka and Binignit, it's good to know or trade recipes from other Visayan. Just a typical local girl from Hawaii, whose ancestry were from Cebu, I'm a culinary student looking for new ideas and creations.
Ed wrote:
Monday, 23 May 2005 21:42:01 PHT
Hi! I really love eating the chorizo from Cebu. Duna ka bay recipe ani? I've been longing for this for years. please help...
Melie Pinos Diduro wrote:
Friday, 13 May 2005 04:22:37 PHT
Lami gyud kaayo ang imo mga recipe,labina ang adobong baka. Lyn, palihog tagai kug recipe unsaon paghimo ug cookies ug siopao kay paborito sa akong mga anak dire sa cyprus. rgds, Melie
melca wrote:
Tuesday, 19 April 2005 23:04:23 PHT
This recipe sounds interesting to me, I would try this one. Lyn, tabangi ko bi, tagai ra gud kog recipe sa butsi ug syakoy. Dia ko sa California akong bana nga american gustong mangimbetar sa iyang mga higalag salo salo aris among bay, palutoon kog mga filipino foods, tabangi tawn ko day, hehehe...
LJ wrote:
Monday, 11 April 2005 08:36:47 PHT
Hoy Inday, Duna ka bay recipe sa kalamay? Palihug kuno ug email sa ako. Thanks. (I don't have comments of your adobong baka nga recipe because I haven't done it yet.)

Sorry, I don't have the recipe of kalamay yet. But try to have it one day and post it on the recipe corner, especially the famous kalamay from Jagna, Bohol--Lyn

Flora wrote:
Sunday, 10 April 2005 02:18:44 PHT
I like adobo na baka as my grandfather used to butcher every fiesta, that was then not any more, my grandfather is gone I will do myself now with your recipe, thank a lot.
Madelaine Mumar wrote:
Sunday, 3 April 2005 03:16:35 PHT
Hello, I really like this site, I am looking for this, thanks,I will try this. I am from Bilar, and now I am here in Texas married an American.
Edith Tiongco wrote:
Thursday, 10 March 2005 05:17:42 PHT
wow its nice to have this kind of recipes i will try this pls continue posting more recipes....i am from Dagohoy Bohol but now live in Germany..my husband love to eat filipino food.your web site is nice.
Flor wrote:
Saturday, 19 February 2005 00:39:21 PHT
I'm glad I found this boholano recipe.I'm from "LOAY" but now I live in "NORTH CAROLINA"I married to a American guy.And my husband love to eat filipino food,so please send me more filipino recipe.I love to cook.Thank's and I'm waiting for your response.
Nhora wrote:
Thursday, 17 February 2005 06:37:58 PHT
I'm glad to know all about this site especially the recipes it helps me to learn more about cooking. Pls post more recipes. Thank you! I'm from Bohol now living in Minnesota USA
Rejie wrote:
Friday, 11 February 2005 08:04:15 PHT
I need to have recipe's which are easy to prepare. Im living on my own and im tired of eating canned foods can you pls send me recipe's. I also don't have a refrigerator hope you can send me some recipe's tnx
Glenda Dadson wrote:
Monday, 10 January 2005 04:57:37 PHT
I'm glad I found this Boholano recipe. Im from Tubigon but ilive now in Canada married to a Canadian Italian. My husband & daughter loves to eat filipino dishes specially adobo but i never try beef adobo yet. I wanna say thanks for the recipe it helped me alot I don't no much about cooking.
Sol wrote:
Tuesday, 21 December 2004 15:15:24 PHT
I just got to this site and I wonder where I can get the other recipes you have posted. By the way, naa kay recipe sa siakoy?
Theo Hoffs wrote:
Monday, 13 December 2004 18:19:22 PHT
At last we have found a good site, for filopino foods. I like the Adobo, here in Australia. You can smell a Filopina picnic, Being married to a girl from Bohol. I enjoy your Food. Yours Truly, Theo Hoffs. PS I woul like to see more Recipes from Bohol.
Cecile g. Villanueva wrote:
Wednesday, 27 October 2004 15:49:32 PHT
Christmas is near to come, can I request you to send me a recipe preferably for desert? Thank you
Clarito, Karrin wrote:
Wednesday, 15 September 2004 20:34:50 PHT
Please put pictures on your recipes next time!!!!!!!
Lee Tolentino wrote:
Sunday, 1 August 2004 16:39:29 PHT
It is a great recipe and I tried and very good indeed. Lee Tolentino McDonough,Georgia,USA
Anne garcia wrote:
Saturday, 17 July 2004 16:14:15 PHT
I don't like dis menu but my friends love it very wel.
sally reif wrote:
Sunday, 18 January 2004 02:10:50 PHT
Rodelyn, thanks for all the recipes! I might try this (adobong baka) next time! but i'm looking for a particular recipe (visayan bibingka). could you help me on this? thanks! looking forward to hearing from you soon! keep up the good work!
dolly wrote:
Saturday, 15 November 2003 02:05:54 PHT
I love this site!! Continue posting more recipes... Do you guys have siopao recipe?? been looking, i hope i can get now from u guys!! Thanks. Have a nice day to all & advance Merry Christmas to all bol anon. GOD BLESS..
Hannah wrote:
Tuesday, 2 September 2003 14:12:35 PHT
I didn't like this recipe very much but my sister loved it so much shes taking the recipe home!!
Lyn wrote:
Saturday, 9 August 2003 05:50:24 PHT
Rodelyn looking forward of new recipe, if you have a cassava cake recipe post it here, I think kinampay in Visayan, thank u in advance, your website is nice.
rochelle wrote:
Friday, 25 April 2003 09:59:32 PHT
maybe i'll try this...interesting ha! di bah Beef takes longer cooking time?
Lyn wrote:
Thursday, 27 March 2003 06:44:57 PHT
Hello I like all this recipes continue posting.

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