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  • 2 K Manok At Pato Kinatay Sa Pinikpikan Giant Gong Fossils Ng Rhinoceros Ipinakita

    Sabay sabay na kinatay at niluto ang 2,000 manok at pato sa "Pinikpikan Festival" sa Rizal, Kalinga.

    Ito ay kasabay ng 50th (Golden) Founding Anniversary nang nasabing bayan.

    Ang "pinikpikan" ay ang tradisyunal na pagkatay at pagluluto ng mga Cordillierans ng manok at pato sa pamamagitan ng kahoy hanggang sa ito ay mamamatay.

    Pagkatapos nito ay tinatanggalan ng balahibo sa pamamagitan ng apoy.

    Ito ang na ang ika walong taon na selebrasyon ng "pinikpikan" festival.

    Samantala, highlight din sa selebrasyon ang pagpapakita sa mga nadiskubre ng grupo ng mga local at foreign archaeolo ...

  • Pinikpikan Festival Of Rizal Kalinga

    Like other places here in the Philippines, municipalities of Kalinga has also festivals that they celebrates annually and one of this is the municipality of Rizal which celebrates Pinikpikan festival. They mostly celebrate this on the month of March. Pinikpikan is one of the native dish of the Cordillerans. They derived its name in the process of light beating and we called this "pikpik".

    The process of cooking or the preparation is not easy for those who are not expert. Here is the way they prepare the pinikpikan, first do not dress the chicken and using a stick, beat the wing from the in ...

  • Bird Flu Threat Fails To Dampen Festival In Kalinga

    Despite the continued threat of the spread of the bird flu virus, officials of Rizal town in Kalinga have reserved 2,000 ducks for the town's annual Pinikpikan festival.

    Sun Star Baguio (www.sunstar.com.ph) reported Friday that Rizal mayor Marcel dela Cruz said the festival could help boost the town's agro-industrial and eco-tourism industries.

    "This is meant to promote Rizal's backyard industry duck raising," dela Cruz said when asked why the town reserved ducks instead of the traditional chickens.

    But in nearby Baguio City, the city council has passed an avian flu ordinance that all ...

  • Rizal Inaugurates New Town Hall During Pinikpikan Fest

    The local government inaugurated its P28 million municipal building during the opening day of the Pinikpikan Festival on Tuesday.

    Mayor Marcelo dela Cruz Jr. said the permanent municipal hall will house all departments and other devolved offices, centralizes all operations of the LGU, and solves the problem of having offices in different locations.

    He said the building is owned by all taxpayers. "This is one of the fruits of complying with our obligation and doing our responsibilities as citizens like paying our taxes since the revenue collected goes to projects like this town hall we ha ...

  • Pinikpikan Festival Set On March 24 To 25

    This municipality is set to stage the 2013 Pinikpikan Festival from March 24 to 25 with the theme, "Kannawidan Salimetmetan, Panagrang-ay Pagkaykaysaan" (Preserve Traditions, Unite for Progress).

    'Pinikpikan' is a traditional way of cooking duck or chicken among the Cordillerans.

    The leadership of Rizal made this cultural practice as an attraction to boost the local agro-industrial and tourism industry.

    This dish derives its flavor from the coagulated blood, the burned feathers and skin. To achieve this, a stick is used to lightly beat the live chicken under both wings and in the neck ...

  • Kalinga Town Holds Pinikpikan Festival

    This municipality celebrated its 2012 Pinikpikan Festival with the theme "Pagtalinaeden ti panagkaykaysa, talna ken kappia, dur-as manamnama" (Sustain unity, peace and order to ensure progress) last Saturday March 24, 2012.

    In their messages, officials commended the continuous advancement of the municipality made possible with the cooperation of the people and the government.

    Kalinga Governor Jocel Baac urged the people to maintain their being united and law abiding which he said has made Rizal one of the most peaceful towns in the province. This he said should serve as inspiration for t ...