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Sour Madness: Sinigang

Sour Madness: Sinigang

Here’s a how-to in photos. Sinigang is a tamarind-based dish in the Philippines and definitely one of the Filipinos’ all-time favorites. Let’s eat! 🙂 Posted from WordPress for Android

Easy Omelettes

Easy Omelettes

Omelettes are good to jumpstart your day. It’s nutricious, heavy, and delicious. You can just cook it with tomatoes inside (I’d recommend you add onions and garlic, though) Or add tuna inside… Depending on what’s available, you can add bacon, noodles… Or rice. Then enjoy it with hot chocolate or coffee. Wakey, wakey! Your breakfast … Continue reading

My Homemade Spaghetti

What I love about the holidays is that you’ve got more time in the kitchen. Plus, there still are ingredients left from Noche Buena, that feast you serve on Christmas eve. I’ve, also, learned from a local celebrity chef that a good cook can make something delicious out of whatever is available… Hmm…let’s see, onions, … Continue reading

My First (Tuna) Carbonara

My First (Tuna) Carbonara

I like it when I have left over ingredients. So, this is what happened when I found a can of spicy tuna and a pack of spaghetti noodles:   It’s very simple! And I was surprised that it tasted really good, my housemate gobbled her plate of carbonara all up! 🙂 Oh, looks like this … Continue reading

How to Cook Spicy Pinakbet (in pictures)

How to Cook Spicy Pinakbet (in pictures)

Dining outside is fun especially for a food lover like me, but cooking dishes yourself and serving it to your loved ones in the comfort of your own house while playing your kind of music in the background AND seeing how they love what you prepared for them — that’s priceless. Now, I’ve always loved … Continue reading

No Chore

No Chore

I grew up in an environment that equates being “womanned up” to knowing how to saw patches, do the laundry, press clothes, clean the house, do gardening, etc. Needless to say and just as Robert Frost puts it, “There is one thing more exasperating than a wife who can cook and won’t, and that’s a … Continue reading