Let's Make ADOBO The Official Dish Of The Philippines
Most of the Filipinos, if you will ask what should be our national dish they will instantly say, "Adobo!". Mainly because we all grow up with this dish serving in our table and in different occasions that we have in our family. Although, Filipinos have different ways of cooking it, it still Adobo that they are trying to serve for their family.
During the launching, we tried few of the best Adobo recipes that have served to us and I appreciate better the Adobo. My favorites are the Adobo sa Gata, Adobong Pusit and Adobo Rice really taste good. I am planning to make my version of Adobo rice at home for my family.
The Adobo Queen Chef Nancy Reyes-Lumen talks about the history of Adobo and afterwards, chef Mitchie Sison demonstrate us cool Adobo recipe. We are also being serenade by the UP Rondalla.
Filipinos being creative have tried to innovate this dish because of its versatility so you can adjust the recipes according to your own taste and, of course, depends on the availability of the local ingredients.
It's time to make our own national dishes and to take pride in what is uniquely our own. Furthermore, this is not the first effort to make Adobo the national dish of the Philippines. Back in 2014, House Bill 3926 led by Hon, Rene Relampagos from fist district of Bohol was filed in congress to declare Adobo as our National Dish, but the bill is still up for final deliberation.
Hence, the Adobo Movement was created to help gather 500,000 signatures to support the House Bill 3926. You can be part of this worthy cause. All you have to do is to log on to www.change.org/organizations/adobomovement and click on the sign petition button! You can also, help us spread the word to your family and friends by sharing your vote over facebook or by sending the link to them so that they can be part of the movement.
In addition, Datu Puti will be launching the Adobo Movement Food Fair on June 11, 2015 to celebrate Adobo as being proudly Pinoy in time with commemorating our Independence Day at the Eastwood City Plaza Tent (tiangge area) from 6:30-12:00 midnight as food concessionaires from all over the country will battle it our for the honor of being called The Bayan's Best Adobo.
There will also various Pinoy artist performer as they freely showcase the rich talent of the Filipino people. What better way to celebrate our day of freedom with fun, entertainment, and plates of varied, mouth-wateringAdobo dishes!
Entrance is FREE alongside your petition!
Let us unite our hearts and bellies to come forward and claim Adobo as our National Dish! Be part of the Adobo Movement! Subo mga kapatid!