Skip to product information
1 of 8

Dalikan: Heirloom Recipes of the Cordillera Vol.2

Dalikan: Heirloom Recipes of the Cordillera Vol.2

Regular price $80
Regular price Sale price $80
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Low stock: 2 left

By Dr. Penelope A. Domogo (Author)


Dalikan is an Ilokano, Bontoc, Kankanaey, and Kalinga word, generally used in the Cordillera to mean stove, fireplace or hearth. It represents the heart of the home where the family gathers to provide sustenance and to kindle loving relations.

"This second collection of indigenous recipes from the Cordillera highlights many things that characterize indigenous peoples and communities all over the world - the interconnectedness of people, food, eating and the environment, dependence of people on their environment for food and medicine and other basic needs, how nature provides for people's needs and the healthy indigenous diet, all these contributing to the health and wellness of indigenous peoples. This book also shows the important role that the seemingly ordinary task of cooking has on family and Community life and solidarity." -- Dr. Penelope A. Domogo, Editor

  • Author and Publisher: Dr. Penelope A. Domogo, Partners for Indigenous Knowledge Philippines (PIKP) (2023)
  • Condition: New / Paperback
  • Free shipping for orders over $150

See more book details here

  • ISBN: 9786219645362
  • Weight: 14 oz
  • Dimensions: 8 x 8 inches
  • Publisher: Partners for Indigenous Knowledge Philippines (PIKP)
  • Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 129
View full details