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  • To be in a Best-of-Poetry type of list through the footnote -- sound familiar, anyone anyone who's ever eaten pancit, that is?

    I'M IN BEST AMERICAN POETRY 2008

  • All entrees are served with long-grain rice and the national noodle dish called pancit, which can be made with wheat noodles, clear bean-thread noodles, or with short, thin rice noodles.

    Crosscut

  • The variation known as pancit guisado combines prawns, shredded chicken, sliced chorizo and cabbage.

    ma'ona

  • Indonesian, Filipino (called pancit or bihon), Thai, or Cantonese.

    Rasa Malaysia: Asian Recipes and Cooking

  • Many other types of noodles are available in the Philippines, and "pancit" refers to any of them.

    Village Voice - The most recent 10 stories

  • Filipino specialties such as pancit, barbecue pork and chicken, and lumpia are served.

    Bakersfield.com Latest news

  • Lumpia and pancit and fried rice on Thursday, and setting up a leche flan for eating in the morning and Friday night for dessert, if any survives that long.

    pregnant + barefoot + kitchen « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • The pancit bihon $8 is a medley of rice noodles, chicken, pork and vegetables with a tangy, light seasoning.

    Philippine Diaspora in Brooklyn

  • John, Paul, and George, however, happily chowed down on kare-kare, binakol, and pancit … all of which was laced with copious amounts of strychnine.

    PAUL IS UNDEAD

  • In nearly 40 years of family and friends get-togethers, I've been showered with lechon, lumpia, pancit, leche flan, Brazo de Mercedes... but never, ever balut.

    "Could it be the worst food product ever?"

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