March is almost over and April is about to start. Aside from the summer heat, the Lenten season is also coming. This is specially relevant to a Catholic country such as the Philippines.
Lent in the Philippines
For Filipinos, it is during these times when we are reminded of our commitment to reflect on our transgressions and to sacrifice something of importance in order to fully embrace the tradition. Among the most popular of these Pinoy traditions is the act of restraining oneself from indulging in meat and opting for vegetables and seafood instead.
Goldilocks’s New Fish Bistik Meal
To give more options to hungry abstainers, Goldilocks, the country’s number one bakeshop, recently launched a variety of meals made especially for the Lenten season, they are also proud to announce their newest addition with the Goldilocks’ all new Fish Bistik Meal.
This Filipino classic comes with a Lenten twist which substitutes the typical meat found in original Bistik recipes with a crispy fried Bangus belly which also comes with a steaming cup of white rice!
Other options in Goldilocks include the Tasty Tuna Pie, Rellenong Bangus, Sinigang Bangus Belly, and Daing na Bangus with Pinakbet.
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