NOKBEW’s Blog • 2 Euro (US-Dollar) Mittagessen • lunch

Billig aber lecker • Cheap but delicious

Das 2 Euro Mittagessen

Eine Portion
In ~20 Minuten auf dem Tisch

  • 5 Kartoffeln: 1€
  • 2 Eier 0,2€
  • ¼ Tasse Milch 0,20€ (Für die Stampfkartoffeln)
  • 1 Dose Beef Loaf 0,50€
  • Salz, Pfeffer, Gewürze für die Stampfkartoffeln: 0,10€

Kartoffeln kochen, stampfen, Gewürze und Milch dazu. Beef Loaf in dicke Scheiben schneiden und mit den Eiern braten.


The 2 Euro lunch

One serving
On the table in about 20 minutes

  • 5 potatoes: 1€
  • 2 eggs 0,2€
  • ¼ cup milk 0,20€ (For the mashed potatoes)
  • 1 can of Beef Loaf 0,50€
  • Salt, pepper, spices for the mashed potatoes: 0,10€

Cook potatoes, mash, add spices and milk. Cut beef loaf into thick slices and fry with the eggs.




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the better food 20131206

good food

you know, I wrote in some articles that you have to eat the government food if you have no money…..

today I eat this,
but every day I can’t buy it:

grilled chicken (lechon manok)

….. very good….

One lechon manok is about 150 Php


Do you want to see what the employees eat?

see here:

employees food (breakfast)

special NFA reis, sausages and a special kind of dried fish ….

cooked in our kitchen

….happy meal….

© 2014 by nokbew

the (crazy) snack – very seldom –

the guests have very seldom snacks


fried pork skin
fat …. fat ….. fat, but delicious

one small bag is 10 Php


an other kind of snack

Chicken ....

Whats that ?

Chicken .....

you think this is rubbish?


this is a snack

…but not for me

happy snack….

© 2014 by nokbew

the daily water


That is fact:

  • running water?
  • hot water?
  • drinking water?

nothing at all

guests with money buy one gallon for about 35 Php

the water from the tap contains often little stones or other undefinable foreign bodies
but what you can’t see, will be worse

one gallon water

cook it before you drink it…


© 2014 by nokbew

the daily food 2013-12-01

dried fish and government (NFA) rice

in the article the daily breakfast was written that guests – without money – must eat this

“they have no choice”

dried fish and government rice

dried fish
the regional name of the fish is Tamban

the dried fish are fried in oil

the experience about this fish:

  • the taste is like a mixture from worst, bad meat and rubber
  • the smelling is like a dead, wet dog
  • the color is grey
  • sometimes the bodies of the fish are completely destroyed

government (NFA) rice
You can find any things in the rice:

  • stones
  • plastics
  • insects
  • parts of the plastic sack
  • hair
  • fingernails
  • other undefinable things
  • …but never coins 😦

the rice is often an over cooked gray mass

the rice smells like a chemistry factory

how much is the rice?

1kg NFA rice is about  24 – 28 Php.
1kg eatable rice is about  40 – 48 Php
example “best trading” brand

© 2014 by nokbew

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