With its Google Doodle, Google honours "Filipino Adobo" chicken.

In December 2006, the word "adobo" was included in the Oxford English Dictionary.

On this day in 2007, it was also included in the OED's quarterly update word list.

Filipino adobo chicken is a well-known meal that comes from the Philippines.

Filipino adobo chicken often regarded as the country's unofficial national dish.

The preparation of adobo has numerous variations and recipes across various civilizations.

According to Google's website, Filipino adobo recipes fluctuate depending on the region of the Philippines.

Typically, to prepare meals in the adobo manner, the following ingredients must be used: rice, meat, fish, or vegetables cooked into a stew, typically with vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, bay leaves, and black pepper.

Anthony Irwin, the creator of the Google Doodle for March 15, has a particular soft spot for food-related cultural linkages.

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