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Monday, February 22, 2010

Local Flavor: Adobo Hobo's Sisig Tacos

Posted By on Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 8:37 AM

Lean cuisine: Adobo Hobo's sisig is less fatty than the traditional version. - L. CHONG
  • L. Chong
  • Lean cuisine: Adobo Hobo's sisig is less fatty than the traditional version.
We were lucky to be able to sample Adobo Hobo's pork sisig tacos before they sold out at last Wednesday's street-food lunch in South Park. Featuring pork butt, Hobo's version of Filipino tacos contained leaner meat than is usual with sisig, which is traditionally made with meat picked off a pig's head, marinated in lemon juice or vinegar. Diced grilled pork was served on freshly warmed tortillas, topped with chopped onions, jalapenos, sour cream, and crushed crispy chicharrón (fried pork rinds) -- a mouthwatering combination. And at two for $5, the price was easy on the wallet. Adobo Hobo introduced sisig tacos in December; we're hoping we see them again at future street-food gatherings.

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