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INTRODUCTION
Jason:Hi everyone, I’m Jason.
Mayumi:And I’m Mayumi!
Jason:And welcome to Culture Class: Essential Filipino Vocabulary, Lesson 4! In this lesson you'll learn 5 essential words related to Food &Drink. These are five popular home cooked meals in the Philippines. Hand picked. You can find a complete list of vocabulary at FilipinoPod101.com
FIVE KEY VOCABULARY ITEMS
Jason:Mayumi, what’s our first word?
Mayumi:Sinigang
Jason:Tamarind-Based Soup
Mayumi:(slow) Sinigang (regular) Sinigang
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Sinigang
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:This is a clear, sour-tasting soup made with the Tamarind fruit that is traditionally cooked in a clay pot. Pork, seafood such as "Bangus" or milkfish, and shrimp are common ingredients in this soup. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Kinakain ang sinigang bilang ulam o pampagana.
Jason:Sinigang is eaten as the main course or as an appetizer.
Mayumi:(slow) Kinakain ang sinigang bilang ulam o pampagana.
Jason:Okay, what’s the next word?
Mayumi:Dinuguan
Jason:Pork blood stew or Blood pudding stew
Mayumi:(slow) Dinuguan (regular) Dinuguan
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Dinuguan
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:This is a unique dish in the Philippines which includes pork meat and pork organs like intestines, liver, heart, kidneys and lungs. It is cooked in its own blood and seasoned with vinegar, garlic and green chili. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Ang dinuguan ay may malinamnam at maasim na lasa na hinahain kasama ng puto.
Jason:Pork blood stew has a rich and sour taste and is best served with "puto" or rice cake.
Mayumi:(slow) Ang dinuguan ay may malinamnam at maasim na lasa na hinahain kasama ng puto.
Jason:Okay, what’s the next word?
Mayumi:Menudo
Jason:Menudo
Mayumi:(slow) Menudo (regular) Menudo
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Menudo
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:This is a dish served mostly at Filipino gatherings and fiestas. Green peas, hot dogs, garbanzos, bell peppers, liver spread, and sometimes dried raisins are mixed with this tomato-based dish. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Ang menudo ay tinuturing na isang Pilipinong pagkaing pangkonswelo na karaniwang kinakain na may kanin at inihahain na may kasamang sawasawang patis.
Jason:Menudo is considered to be Filipino comfort food and is usually eaten with rice and served with Fish sauce.
Mayumi:(slow) Ang menudo ay tinuturing na isang Pilipinong pagkaing pangkonswelo na karaniwang kinakain na may kanin at inihahain na may kasamang sawsawang patis.
Jason:Okay, what’s the next word?
Mayumi:Adobo
Jason:Adobo
Mayumi:(slow) Adobo (regular) Adobo
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Adobo
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:This is pork or chicken cooked in soy sauce, vinegar and garlic. It has a salty and sour taste. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Ito ay sikat na Pilipinong ulam na pinagsasaluhan ng bawat Pilipinong pamilya.
Jason:This is a popular Filipino staple enjoyed by every Filipino family.
Mayumi:(slow) Ito ay sikat na Pilipinong ulam na pinagsasaluhan ng bawat Pilipinong pamilya.
Jason:Okay, what’s the last word?
Mayumi:Kare-kare
Jason:Peanut-based stew
Mayumi:(slow) Kare-kare (regular) Kare-kare
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Kare-kare
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:Kare-kare is a peanut based stew with a rich, thick consistency that is orange in color. It is made of beef or pork and ox tripe and is served with different vegetables such as "sitaw" or string beans, "pechay" or Chinese cabbage and banana buds from the banana heart. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Ang kare-kare ay laging hinahain na may kasamang bagoong upang pasarapin ang lasa nito.
Jason:"Kare-kare" is always served with "bagoong" or salted shrimp paste to enhance its taste.
Mayumi:(slow) Ang kare-kare ay laging hinahain na may kasamang bagoong upang pasarapin ang lasa nito.
QUIZ
Jason:Okay listeners, are you ready to be quizzed on the words you just learned? Mayumi will give you the Filipino – please say the English meaning out loud! Are you ready?
Mayumi:Sinigang
[pause]Jason:Tamarind Based Soup
Mayumi:Dinuguan
[pause]Jason:Pork blood stew or Blood pudding stew
Mayumi:Menudo
[pause]Jason:Menudo
Mayumi:Adobo
[pause]Jason:Adobo
Mayumi:Kare-kare
[pause]Jason:Peanut-Based Stew

Outro

Jason:There you have it – five Popular home cooked meals in the Philippines! We have more vocab lists available at FilipinoPod101.com, so be sure to check them out. Thanks everyone, see you next time!
Mayumi:Paalam

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