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I Love Succulents — Echeveria pulidonis dish garden #echeveria...

I Love Succulents — ‘mother plant’ succulents in stenciled clay pots...

I Love Succulents — #succulents #cactus #claypot #cacti #succulentsph...

I Love Succulents — cacti and succulents in mini clay pots ...

I Love Succulents — Succulent rosettes #succulents #echeveria...

I Love Succulents — Echeveria shaviana blue curls and pink frills...

I Love Succulents — Graptopetalum macdougallii, Echeveria prolifica |...

The Filipino-American Kitchen: Traditional Recipes, Contemporary Flavors

<b>**Selected as a semifinalist in the 2007 IACP Cookbook Awards**</b><p>In <i>The Filipino-American Kitchen</i>, Chicago-based chef and teacher Jennifer Aranas …

Ube Halaya – The Back-breaking Native Dessert

Re-post with new photos and because we made this delicious dessert again last Sunday. =)<p>Okay, I’m just half-kidding about the title of this post. But …

Pinoy Style Mac and Cheese

I love this version of mac and cheese. Well, it’s a bit different because we don’t have the usual 3 to 5 types of cheeses that Americans love to add …

My Sister’s Buffalo Wings Recipe

Somehow, a craving can become a kitchen activity. And this is true with my sister’s buffalo chicken recipe. We love ordering this dish at a …

The Filipino Cookbook: 85 Homestyle Recipes to Delight your Family and Friends

<b>Learn authentic and delicious recipes with this beautifully illustrated Filipino cookbook.</b><p>This delightful collection of 85 tried and tested recipes …

The Adobo Road Cookbook: A Filipino Food Journey Kindle Edition

<b>"This is a colorful crash course in Filipino cooking, with everything from classic chicken adobo to modern twists like squash and long bean risotto.</b> …

One of Our Family’s Favorite Vegetable Dish – Laing

I’ve granted guest post authors to contribute on several occasions. These ladies who shared their stories and recipes have helped this blog a lot in …

Crispy Fried Chicken Roulade – One of Nanay’s Best-Sellers

Chicken roll or chicken roulade is among our favorite ‘fiesta’ dishes. There were even months that my <i>nanay</i> [mother] had to cook this several times …

The Insulted Siomai (Shumai)

This post is dedicated to my mom’s home-made ‘siomai‘ or <i>shumai</i>. However, you might find the title a little confusing because it is indeed one of the …

Lumpiang Sariwa

Home-made lumpiang sariwa topped with dry roasted peanuts. Best eaten warm and wrapped in egg wrapper, topped with salty garlic sauce.<p><i>Lumpiang sariwa</i> …

Turnin’ Japanese with California Maki and Kani Salad

Me and my sister love eating Japanese food. The best place to try is at Los Banos, Laguna and the eatery is called Eat-sumo Teri Haus. It used to be …

Simple Pasta Dish – Rigatoni with Italian Sausage and Veggies

I cooked this dish early one morning because I was craving for pasta. Although we were set to cook a tomato-based pasta dish this weekend, it’s just …

Beat The Summer Heat with Mais con Yelo

The easiest and fastest way to cool down this summer is to eat or drink something cold. In our household, we cook and/or prepare something especially …

Pancit Canton – A Festive Treat For Any Day

<i>Pancit</i> is among the favorite Filipino dishes inspired by the Chinese. It is an ubiquitous dish in this country of ours – may it be in homes, …

Happy Chinese New Year!!!

Tikoy or Nian Gao is a Chinese delicacy that’s usually consumed during the Chinese New Year celebration. It is believed and promoted highly to invite …

Chinese-influenced Dishes

I used to shy away from tofu because it looks bland and tastes bland when eaten as is. But like a blank canvass, it can taste and look great when you …

A Glimpse of Our Holiday

Hello my friends. It’s been three weeks since my last post. Been busy at work, but we never fail to get busy in the kitchen especially last Christmas …

Okoy – Crispy Shrimp Fritters

Hello, <i>okoy</i>! We meet again.<p>We’ve missed this Filipino dish because it’s been a while since my mom cooked a few batches of these crispy treats. <i>Ukoy</i> or …

Polvoron – A Sweet Treat

Who doesn’t like <i>polvoron</i>?<p>This sweet treat that we’ve inherited from the Spaniards and updated to please the Pinoy palate has always been among the …

made Atchara

The ideal partner for <i>tinapang bangus</i> [and anything fried, broiled, and barbecued] is indeed the <i>atchara</i>. This is a pickled side dish made of green …