Most Filipino children grew up going to school with packed lunch or baon.
It ususally consists of friend chicken or pork or sometimes fish paired with steamed rice.Some parents buy a substantial amount of preseved meats such as tocino (cured pork cuts), chorizo, hotdogs or tapa (cured beef
I’ve had my share of these choices enough to last a lifetime. In most cases
I even cooked my own baon, no blames there, after all there really is not
much choice. So in commemoration of my school days here’s a baon I’ve givven a little more time to prepare just to show off.The fried egg that accompanied the octupos weiners are slightly burnt underneath that sets the yolk soft, almost well done, just as I prefer. The weiners looks uncooked but they are. I boiled them first after cutting half of it into four parts. This process allows the weiner’s shape to set then fry them slightly according to one’s doneness.