Catanduanes, Catholicism, Priesthood
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El Turo- Turo…

I’ve spent much of my time outside the classroom looking for la comida guatemalteca that fits the following criteria: Bueno, Bonito y Barato. Since I didn’t get a free meal, I won’t mention the name of the place. Afterwards, el mesero asked me, lleno, amigo? Por supuesto…buenisimo…Oh wait, Turo-turo is a Filipino term that literally means, point-point…whatever you want…

Iyo na ini…

arroz, longanisa, frijoles, lechuga, etcetera…

Guacamol y mas…

se llama…super gringa…

condimientos…

the real thing…

Tostadas con celantro, cebolla, queso blanco, jalapeno y que mas?

Me dijeron, doblada con frijoles, papa y carne dentro…Amen!

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A Filipino Catholic Priest, born and raised in Virac, Catanduanes, Philippines, ordained for the Diocese of Tucson, AZ, eleven years in ministry and counting, currently assigned as Pastor of St. Christopher Catholic Parish, Marana, AZ.

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