Cebuano food is a type of cuisine that originates from the Cebuano people of the Philippines. It is a blend of different influences, including Spanish, Chinese, and Filipino. Cebuano food is known for its use of fresh, local ingredients, as well as its variety of seafood dishes. Kan-anan is a Filipino-owned food business that is based in Los Angeles, California that serves authentic Cebuano food. Kan-anan is also the Cebuano word for ‘eating place’,

One meal at a time, Kan-anan is committed to reviving Cebuano childhood memories. The menu features some of the most iconic and beloved dishes from Cebuano cuisine, all of which have been carefully crafted to evoke the flavors and nostalgia of childhood. Whether you're craving a hearty bowl of kinalasan or a sweet plate of sillones, Kan-anan is sure to satisfy.

Here are some of the Cebuano Foods they are offering:

1. Ginabot

Ginabot is the cebuan version of chicharong bulaklak. Pork intestines are used to make ginabot, which are deep-fried until golden brown after being dried, salted, and spiced.

2. Ngohiong

It is the local version of spring rolls. It is a Cebuano appetizer, is made up of julienned or cubed veggies, ground beef, or shrimp, and five-spice powder deep fried in a thin egg crêpe.

3. Puso

Puso is a triangular casing composed of braided coconut leaves in which rice is wrapped and boiled. Because the packets are frequently artistically hung in bunches using the long ends of the leaves, it is also known as hanging rice. The rice is given a distinct leafy flavor by the organic wrapping.

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View their full menu and experience a taste of Cebu! Visit Kan-anan’s Facebook and Instagram to place an order.

Ray Christian S. Lopez

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