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Would you believe that for this noodle dish to taste really great you'd have to add vinegar? Yup. Vinegar. We were baffled at first, but it really tasted way better after vinegar was added.

That's Pancit Lucban (or Habhab) from Buddy's Pancit Lucban at Longganisang Lucban restaurant.

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ps. should have done this EONS ago: adding a backlink to those who played as my way of saying thanks for linking back. :)

*I don't think my other blog will be 'operational' real soon...and I don't think I have the time to make another blog, so Food Friday is here to stay. For now. I think. Many many thanks to those who have kept on playing! :)

25 shared thoughts:

blankPixels of Certified Foodies at: Fri Feb 04, 12:14:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Waaahhh I love pansit. Parang gusto ko yan matikman. But, I think I've tried pansit cooked that way, I mean with vinegar, 'cause one of my aunts love to try out pansit cooked in different ways.

The last time I had pansit was in October last year kaya mag-request ako this weekend. :((

☺lani☺ at: Fri Feb 04, 12:18:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Yes, pancit habhab has vinegar. I used to eat that ng maliliit pa kami in Lucena City. Same thing with Italian Pasta, mostly they added lemon or lime juice to make the taste better. Happy Friday!

Arlene at: Fri Feb 04, 12:42:00 AM GMT+8 said...

i was invited for lunch today and we had freshly cooked beef pancit bila-o and i didnt' know about that vinegar thing. ma try ko nga yan next time i will have bilao.

I love your new template, Mai!

and i got fish today!

Luna Miranda at: Fri Feb 04, 12:52:00 AM GMT+8 said...

i find it strange when i first tried it, but the taste kinda grows on you.:p there's a Buddy's across the street from the ofc, suki namin pancit habhab pag walang maisip na merienda.:p

Sunshinelene at: Fri Feb 04, 12:52:00 AM GMT+8 said...

and oh trying something new reminds me of putting salt on rice. we saw some english family doing it and dimple and i tried it and we love it. =)

adding salt also to fresh lemon juice.

Luna Miranda at: Fri Feb 04, 01:11:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Posted at Live in the Moment, too.:p

http://savorthebite.blogspot.com/2011/02/tofu-with-coconut-milk.html

maiylah at: Fri Feb 04, 01:28:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, blankPixels
...i hope you'll get your pancit fix this weekend! :)

thanks, Lani
...ah, so you're from Lucena? Would love to visit it someday. :)

thanks, 'Lene
...love your grilled fish! nagutom jud ko, da! hehehe. adding salt to rice sounds good. i sometimes add salt to my calamansi, specially if i drink it straight without water...mas masarap. but am not sure if it's healthier, LOL. probably not. :P

thanks, LM
...i agree, it kinda grows on you once you try it. i still have to try their longganisa...i bet it will taste great with vinegar, too! ;)

thanks so much for playing again, ladies!
happy weekend! ♥

Gizelle at: Fri Feb 04, 01:30:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I've read about this special pansit nga! Looks yummy as it is!

Love your new header and layout!

maiylah at: Fri Feb 04, 01:41:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, G
...you should try it when you and your family come back for a visit!
...the template needs some more tweaking, but thanks! :)

happy weekend, G! ♥

[cookiespink] at: Fri Feb 04, 04:05:00 AM GMT+8 said...

i LOVE Buddy's pancit habhab! try their chami and miki bihon too :D

peachkins at: Fri Feb 04, 07:05:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I love pancit habhab!

maiylah at: Fri Feb 04, 07:40:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, cookiespink
...we tried something different but i wasn't sure what it was...maybe it was chami. it tasted good, too!

thanks, peachkins
...we all love it! :)

thanks, ladies!
happy weekend! ♥

Julie at: Fri Feb 04, 09:07:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Sarap yan!

btw, love those yellow flowers in the header :)

Tummy Fillers at: Fri Feb 04, 09:28:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Bagay yan partner sa shrimps, yum!

maiylah at: Fri Feb 04, 09:42:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, T. Julie
...yup, it tasted great! great with your shrimps! we tried another one, too, though wasn't sure if it was chami (like what cookiespink mentioned) and we actually liked it much better than the habhab. hahaha...
...btw, that flower shot was taken last year when my eldest gave me those flowers. :)

happy weekend! ♥

oggi at: Fri Feb 04, 11:27:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I've read about this type of pancit. Vinegar?? I should try that. Mukhang masarap nga.


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Jenn at: Fri Feb 04, 11:41:00 AM GMT+8 said...

My mom cooks pancit habhab every time we would get packs of the raw pancit from our neighbor, but we still haven't tried adding vinegar to it. Hmmm... interesting!

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Halie Santos - Dayo at: Fri Feb 04, 12:11:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Vinegar on Pancit, that's new. I hope I could eat some, too.

If you have time, do drop by:

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maiylah at: Fri Feb 04, 12:59:00 PM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Ms. Oggie
...yup, medyo weird adding vinegar to habhab, but it really made a big difference when it was added.

thanks, Jenn
...i have read of the special noodles being used for habhab, but haven't actually seen one yet. lucky you having a neighbor where you can get one!

thanks, Halie
...i believe there are quite a few Buddy's restaurant around. check them out when you can (hehe, free advertising from me! LOL).

thanks again, ladies!
happy weekend! ♥

Race at: Fri Feb 04, 06:39:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Really? I tasted Pancit Habhab in Pasig and it's good but we never added vinegar in that pancit if I remember right :D That one from Lucban is really good according to my cousin's wife who also live in Quezon.

Here's my entry for this week:
http://www.edmfun.com/2011/02/ffftf-lechon-paksiw.html

maiylah at: Fri Feb 04, 11:51:00 PM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Race
...yup, really. after the vinegar was added we enjoyed it more. :)

enjoy your weekend, Race! ♥

Jay - agent112778 at: Sat Feb 05, 12:22:00 AM GMT+8 said...

our neighbor always give us dries noodles for this, and you are right, vinegar is better than calamansi, probably because of the noddles' taste

heres my entry

maiylah at: Sat Feb 05, 01:10:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Jay
...like what i told Jenn: lucky you! :)

enjoy your weekend! ♥

Dez @ Life Upside Down at: Sat Feb 05, 04:02:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Hello! it's my first time to join in here. here'd my food entry:

http://life-upsidedown.info/2011/02/carbonara/

thanks!

maiylah at: Sat Feb 05, 07:17:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Dez
...glad to have you on board! :)
your carbonara had me drooling this early morning...yum!

happy weekend! ♥

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