You can’t blame me for loving this pinoy na pinoy almusal. I lived in Cebu for eleven years (studied and worked there) and I was introduced to danggit when I was still a student at the University of San Carlos. “Danggit, Bay!” is a familiar greeting when you go to Carbon Public Market. And just to get the tindera off your back, you just have to buy danggit, bay. Danggit should be crispy-fried on a skillet under low-fire. Best served with eggs (scrambled or fried) and cold rice (steamed or fried) and your ever reliable 3-in-1 coffee. And make sure you have suka pinakurat as sawsawan. Happy eating!