Mango Jelly Salad

mango jelly

  Hi Friends! If you are craving for some mango dessert, this might be for you. Super easy to make in less than an hour. Jelly or Gulaman as we call it here in Philippines is a great addition to this simple yet yummy dessert. Mango Jelly salad is made with sweet mangoes, jelly, cream Read More

Pork in Lee Kum Kee Honey Garlic Sauce

Pork In Lee Kum Kee Honey Garlic Sauce

If you are too tired to cook a meal, here's a super easy one. It's Pork in Lee Kum Kee Honey Garlic sauce. I've been a user of Lee Kum Kee products and this is a fool proof recipe. I don't have to always check  the taste. I just put them in a pan, mix Read More

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  Hi everyone! So happy to finally share with you guys our Bohol trip last November 2017. We asked our friend Marlon to prepare our Bohol itinerary since he knows the place better than us. He prepared everything for us such as hotel accommodation, Ocean jet tickets, transportation, entrances and boat for dolphin watching and Read More

How to make Monggo with Chicharon

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  In Cebu, this dish is usually called "Monggos". Some Cooks put clear glass noodles in it, or coconut milk or  even dried fish. There are quite a number of variations to this dish. We grow up eating it. I can still remember when I was still in my primary years, my mom would just Read More

Slim Kitchen Pull-Out Shelves

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Hi everyone! I been seeing pull-out kitchen organizers so so many times around the web. I always wanted to have one and finally, the right time has come. I asked our carpenter to create one that would perfectly fit to a slim space in between our refrigerator and stove counter.  The nice thing about this Read More

Humba

Humba is somewhat  like the popular Philippine dish Adobo. These two dishes have main common ingredients such as soy sauce, vinegar and garlic. The difference is that Humba has azucenas, banana blossoms, sometimes has saging cardaba and tausi, cooked together with hard boiled egg, it is somewhat sweeter, Since, I am not a fan of Read More

Get the Most Out of Your Space

  When it comes to landscaping, the first thing you can do is to create a plan on paper. Putting a plan will save you the time or hassle of having to do the same thing over and over. A plan is created through a detailed design process which involves a step-by-step criterion that considers Read More

5 Reasons a Wireless Speaker System Is Perfect for Your Home

  No one likes an untidy floor full of wires, and that's something that you would be concerned, especially when you've kids around. Aside from the obvious advantages of a lack of wires, there are also a number of other benefits that you gain when deciding to go wireless. Whether it's about safety, sound quality Read More

When You Experience a Flood You Need to Act Fast 5 Steps to Restoring Your Home After a Flood

  Once flood waters recede, they often leave behind serious damage. In fact, just a few inches of water are usually more than enough to cause significant destruction.   So, it is important to act quickly, because once water damage begins to set in, it is almost impossible to correct. At that point, water damage Read More

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  Hi Friends, today, I will be sharing the black and white garage cabinet that we've been working on for the past few weeks. It is now finish and we are happy of the outcome. We decided to have a better storage system for the kid's school bags and other stuff that we have. For Read More

Maja Blanca with Latik

maja blanca

  Hi friends! I will be sharing once again another Maja Blanca recipe but this time with "Tagalog latik". By the way, just a little FYI for everyone. There are two types of "latik" according to Mr. Wikipedia. In the Visayan region it refers to a syrupy caramelized coconut cream (coconut caramel) used as a dessert sauce. In Read More

Sotanghon Soup with Meatballs

sotanghon

It's rainy season here in the Philippines. It's time to share some soup recipes. This recipe is a simple one. There are different versions of Sotanghon soup. We also have the Chicken Sotanghon Soup. I will share that recipe in the near future. The recipe I'm about to share is with meatballs or bola-bola instead Read More

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  Your home is the largest asset you have and so you need to take care of it. There are some simple ways you can improve your property that will positively reflect in its value and here we take a closer look at some of them: Photo by Great Neighborhood Homes - More home office Read More

How to make Shanghai Lumpia Filipino Style

Shanghai Lumpia

Hi friends, I am glad to share another way of cooking Lumpia Shanghai or Shanghai Lumpia. Here's my previous recipe that I shared few years back, you might wanna check it too. Shanghai Lumpia or Lumpia Shanghai is a common dish in the Philippines.  This fried type lumpia are filled with ground pork or beef, minced Read More

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Hi Everyone, I hope you guys are having a beautiful day. So, yesterday I was invited to experience and witness the Nido event at SM City Cebu. It's a 2 day event where you can bring along your kiddos ages 3 and above. Unfortunately, my kids were out of the country so we're going to Read More

Bean bags basement

    For some, it’s a man cave. For others, it’s a way to live with parents in a tolerable fashion. For many, the basement is that added room in the home to transform as one wishes. It can entertain guests, serve as an office, or house the toys of small children. Regardless, everyone wants Read More

Dried Fish with tomatoes (kinamatisang buwad)

  Filipinos love dried fish. We add it to some dishes like Mongo, fried rice etc. to give the dish a distinct taste. This food may not be appetizing to some foreigners because of its pungent scent. But to us Filipinos, the smell of a fried or char grill dried fish is heaven. It could be Read More

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