One dish I look forward during summer is crispy gurami.
We used to have a fish net before and a group of neighbors
would borrow it. They would be gone for a week and when
they come back, they would divide the fish they caught with us.
Gurami is a thick-scaled fish found in fresh waters like
Laguna Lake. We often cooked it Pangat style
(cooked in vinegar, garlic, pepper, salt and simmered
until its almost dry).
It is then fried into crisp and served with tomatoes
and the remaining sauce.