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Saturday, 28 November 2015

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ASTE

Drooling over my keyboard here!

caninecologne

I was always curious about the fish chicharrones which I now know are more like fish nuggets. Great post of all of the different fried skins. I miss the old location of Kababayan. Their fried garlic peanuts are so good.

janfrederick

Our family LOVEs chicken chicharrones! They don't last very long around the house.

Cathy

Glad to assist, ASTE.

The dipping sauce for the fish chicharrones is really interesting, cc...a salty, maybe fish sauce based with slight heat; I could see eating the fish chunks with that sauce and beer. I liked the original Kababayan location; so much in that parking lot...and the newer location is so much closer, making the garlic peanut run easier.

I usually only order the small (1/4 lb) bag, Janfrederick, but a friend knew I liked them and gifted me with 2 pounds in March...there were eight garlic vinegar sauces and so many skins! I found out they don't get old, even after two days.

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