Boodle fight History

Boodle fight history, traditionally created as a way to feed large numbers of military cadets. People stand shoulder-to-shoulder around a massive table. Ready to dive into piles of mouthwatering Filipino delicacies. Like grilled pork, adobo, and crispy pata.

Boodle fight history also describes as a long festive table. It is also described with dark green banana leaves. A long-standing tradition throughout the 7500 island-country of the Philippines. Originated at the Philippine Military Academy. Where indeed it did feed an army and its commanding officers. Eating together as a symbol of camaraderie, brotherhood, and equality.

They call it a fight because everyone eats with their hands. No utensils allowed. Consequently, everybody grabs what they want, as fast as they can.

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