This link (click on the title) was provided to me by Bernice (foodblog link at my sidebar). During the time that I checked on it, the page could not be displayed, probably because it was still under construction. It is still is, but today, to my elation, there are now five pages of the Pilipino version (complete) and two pages of the English version. I checked several of them, and was so glad to have found out treasures like how to make "Itlog na Maalat," "Longganisang hubad", chicharon, etc., etc. Wow! What a treasure.
It might not be that useful to the Filipinos living in the Philippines (although the availability of such knowledge might lead some Filipinos into considering other sources of income), but for me who is living in a place where Filipino products are available only at a place two-hour drive from our house, that is sooooo EMPOWERING! Considering that I have at certain times the raw materials for such favorites as mentioned above, and that people here don't have a clue on how these are made, this is definitely another treasure on the net.
I have to thank Bernice for that link.