Eating Pig Ear (Walkman) – Philippines [Best Ever Food Review Show]

Eating Pig Ear (Walkman) - Philippines [Best Ever Food Review Show]
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About This Episode:
After a long day of island hopping at 100 islands, Alaminos in the Philippines we worked up an epic hunger that could only be satiated by PIG EAR, also known as WALKMAN in the Philippines.

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  1. Come to Barbados and try pig ear how we do it…we make something called souse…it's pickled pork and we use the ear, tongue, foot and meat part of the pig to make the souse…you would enjoy it 🙂

  2. When you were in Alaminos or the place where the hundred islands is located, didn't any locals offered you the sea urchin or the pana-pana as it's locally called?
    That is the local version of viagra and its from nature. No artificial or synthetic component!

  3. Hey man i love your videos and how you review foods and culture in every country you went to. But i think you're missing alot man you should go back to Philippines and go to malabon they are very popular with pancit luglog it's a noodles and also there's alot of kakanin there its a desert.. youll definitely enjoy it man.. goodluck to your channel. More power bro

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