These old kitchen utensils are still very useful and are one of the many interesting pieces that you will find in Bale Dutung, Angeles City.
While this huge stone mortar is located near the entrance. I tried lifting it, wow, it’s genuinely heavy.
You can read more about Bale Dutung here and here.
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That kitchen looks like it had years of experience making great dinners.
Wonderful take on the theme.
i rememeber the “alamat ng buwan at butuin” with the second picture. don’t you just love old stuff? 🙂
happy weekend wits!
great finds! are some of these made of coconut shells?
love the 2nd shot, jo! ganda. gusto ko rin magkaron nyan, para sa nilupak. 😀
primitive way of cooking. hehehe…
Going to Bale Datung had always been on my list. That stone mortar looks like wood! Galing ah!
kila nanay sa bahay meron din kaming pang bayo,para naman yun sa paggawa ng nilupak-yun yung sa kamote o kaya ube, o kaya saging na saba.:)
wish when i vist Pampanga again i can drop by Bale Datung.
ganda ng mga utensils nila. old style.
Huge collection of old utensils! But that huge stone mortar is just incredible! I have never seen one like that!
Haven’t been there. It sure looks an interesting place to visit.
Teena in Toronto
We’ve come a lot way, haven’t we?
I played too 🙂
great set of utensils. great take on the theme. Happy PH!
interesting utinsels. my photo hunt is here Thanks
i like the first photo 🙂 a typical rural Filipino kitchen with lots of utensils hanged 🙂
Great set! I thought it was your kitchen back home =)
I did Photo Hunters today, too. I hope you get a chance to visit.
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wow, i love that stone mortar! i haven’t seen one in ages! my lola had one when i was a kid and we used it to prepare “nilupak na saging” and “espasol” during summer break. it was heavy and we had to wear gloves to avoid blisters on our hands.:P