Today is November 21. Just a month from now, the world is set to pop like a balloon that leaned onto a sharp object. You heard that right. We are about to begin our final 30-day countdown to the end of the world, as predicted by the Mayans. In what fashion the world will end—a meteor, a solar flare, or a carefully placed Nuclear explosion—we've just about exhausted our choices in this World Ender gimmick we've been laying out for you over the course of a year.
As we're about to end, (and finally find out if those Mayans are truly the Mexican Nostradamus or just a bunch of smart-alecky fellas snickering in their graves at how they've been able to punk us all), we think a celebration is in order. A feast. A party. With food, lots of it. So join us this month as we dine like inmates on the eve of our execution, and indulge in the fine and exquisite art of pigging out.
From Dampa to Desserts, Your Guide to A Delectable Death
We filled two stomachs' worth of food at a buffet, pretended to be experts at the art of choosing which fish looks most scrumptious at a dampa, played the part of a takaw-mata at a midnight market, and had our fill of sweet, fancy things not called ice cream. An epic food trip is what we had just embarked on, and we suggest you do the same!
A truly succulent lesson on cooking adobo with the carnally sinful Angel Malit and AJ Sauler.
Adobo is a dish that no Pinoy could live without. Same goes for Angel Malit and AJ Sauler. The way these two FHM babes have tickled our fancy have also become necessary to our survival as men. From there we came up with this genius recipe: Combine these symbols of earthly pleasures into one awesome video! Let Angel and AJ cook a mean adobo for you...in their lingerie!
You didn't think we'd forget about sex-boosting food now, did you? We're talking aphrodisiacs. Just what exactly is in talaba? And how much chocolate do you have to force feed the girlfriend to make her crave for your lovin' more? These and other sex food-related questions answered right here!
FHM's Ultimate Pulutan Guide
For a moment let's pretend that heart attacks and strokes are nothing but a myth, and eat our way to a world of crispy pata and sisig, otherwise known at every inumans as the "good stuff."