Binignit with a Twist

  Binignit is a Visayan dessert soup from the central Philippines. The dish is traditionally made by Visayans with slices of sabá bananas, taro, and sweet potato. Wikipedia It is tradition in Cebu to cook Binignit during Holy Week. Although, Binignit is available at some food stalls whole year round but during Holy Week this Read More

We have a guest today. Let us welcome Maya Morrison! She will be sharing 4 crockpot recipes for all of us. She loves to cook but with a growing family and a career as well, time in the kitchen can often be a luxury. Maya shares her top tips for cooks who don't have time Read More

Roast Pork Ribs Recipe

Hi friends, I will be sharing a simple roast pork ribs recipe today. I am trying to copy the roast ribs from Cold Storage Singapore because we are really a loyal costumer. Whenever I don't have the time to cook, I just ask my hubby to pass by the Cold Storage to buy their tasty Read More

Tinolang Aninikad Kinason Shells

Today's recipe that I would like to share is Tinolang Aninikad (Kinason) Shells, a type of shell fish. This is rich in vitamins, minerals and iodine. If you have Goiter this is a natural food source of iodine that will help with the function of Thyroid gland. Once in a while, the seafood seller comes to Read More

Tortang Giniling Recipe

Tortang Giniling is a comfort food for us Filipinos. It is a very simple dish and is commonly sold at karenderia (small eatery). The main ingredient is ground pork that is cooked first before adding eggs then fried once again. The tricky part of this dish is how to make it a perfect circle Tortang Read More

Ginataang Gulay with Crabs

Hey, hey, hey everyone! Thank you for being with me today. We are sharing this comfort food recipe to all of you - Ginataang Gulay with Crabs. There's no secret, just simple food. Our picky eater kids love this recipe. The nice thing about this recipe is that it has squash and Malunggay which are good Read More

Featuring 5 Simple Filipino Dishes

Hi Friends, I'd like to share 5 simple Filipino dishes that are easy to prepare and cook. These dishes are very popular in the Philippines. Here they are: 1. Bam-i Pancit Bisaya - It is consist of egg noodles (canton), glass vermicelli (sotanghon), meat and vegetables. 2. Tortang Giniling -  The main ingredient is ground pork that Read More

Oppa Cafe @ Cebu City

Hi Friends, because I am a huge fan of Korean drama series (thanks to my MIL), I have decided to go on Korean restaurant/ cafe adventure. I once tried Korean food at Esplanade area in Singapore, as I can remember, the food was delicious but it was a bit pricey. I am actually curious about Read More

How to Bake Pandesal

Today, I am going to share to you the easiest and simplest pandesal recipe. I will show you how to bake Pandesal using the Tangzhong bread making method. What is Tangzhong (Water Roux)? "Tangzhong bread making was developed by the Chinese for a softer and fluffy bread. TangZhong method was originated from Japan. The most Read More

How to Make Fluffy Pancake

Hi Friends, I just found a yummy recipe for a fluffy pancake. I tweaked the recipe a little bit. You can find the original recipe here.   Ingredients 3/4 cup milk 2 tbsp White Vinegar 1 cup all purpose flour 3 tbsp white sugar 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/2  tsp salt 1 Read More

100+ Tried and Tested Dessert Recipes by Bloggers Who wants some uber-yumminess dessert for dinner/ lunch/ maybe breakfast? I heard you and I want some too. I just love a yummy dessert every after meal but that would really spike my calorie diet. We have compiled another list of recipes that are tried and tested Read More

60 Cookie Recipes

We are so excited to show you the Part 1 of our Cookie Recipes collection created from Pin It Monday Hop.  I love cookies. I crave for it every now and then. I love cookies that are soft and chewy. What about you? Do you plan to bake yummy cookies for Christmas or just something Read More

How To Make Clubhouse Sandwich

// // Did you know that Club Sandwich or also known as Clubhouse Sandwich appeared in US restaurants as far back as 1899? Well, just believe it because that's what WiKipedia said so :) There are also a lot of version of it, to name some are turkey, roast, chicken, and beef. But today I Read More

Pork Belly with Carrots and Celery

Hi Friends, Pork Belly with Carrots and Celery is quick and healthy recipe for the whole family to enjoy.  There is another recipe where I used minced pork. The slight difference are the seasoning I used and of course the type of meat. But how I cooked both recipes are pretty similar. Ingredients: 1/4kg pork Read More

Maja Blanca Recipe

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Vegetable Omelette

  Good day every one! Here's my favourite Vegetable omelette recipe. I love using tomatoes and spring onions into my omelette.  Of course, you can add capsicum, cheese or onions into it. Practically, anything you like. Omelette is fast and one of the easiest food to cook. Omelettes are delicious and you can eat it Read More

Pan Fried Sweet Potatoes

I am really not a fan of sweet potato but every now and then I still eat them. In the Philippines, we have Camote-Q (fried sweet potato with brown sugar coating) then we group them into 2 or 3 using a skewer but that's going to be in another post. This recipe is super simple Read More

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