You see dem all over Iloilo, usually at busy places such as this Sunday market at Leganes Plaza. With a barbeque stand of welded iron bars, a bag of uling (charcoal) and the inug-asal (the meat to be barbequed) , all is set for the manug-inasal or sometimes manug-asal.
My husband and I found the inasal of this man so enticing that we each bought a stick. Only P10.00 for that inasal nga atay sang baka (skewered beef liver). I prefer baka over baboy (pork) liver. How can one tell the difference? Well, atay sang baka is usually darker in color and can be sliced thinner than atay sang baboy which is rather soft and mushy when raw.