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Makan

"Makan" means "food" in the Ilokano language. It can be also "'ma'kan" a cintracted form of the Ilokano "umaykan" meaning "come!" Come, eat! A smorgasbord of Filipino-–notably Ilokano-–food, and cooking and other gastronomic concerns

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Site Owner: mannurat
URL: http://dadapilan.com/makan
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Category: Home-Cooking
Member Since: 2012-01-02

Country: Philippines

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