My husband and I celebrated our 12th year wedding anniversary this weekend with my immediate and extended family. And, as with any occasion, all good things come to a halt, at least until the next gathering.
Meanwhile, before they left to head home, I made my mom and older son something fresh to help start off their day. This is what I came up with…
Impress your family and friends and become the perfect host with this easy, thirst quenching recipe!
Been craving for some spaghetti with meatballs all week and there is nothing more delish than homemade meatballs. Better yet, imagine an ooey gooey surprise with each bite!
I was pretty exhausted the other night…just routine housework. Hubby decided to help me with a favorite and easy dish that’s often a repeat menu in our household. He has never cooked Beef with Tomatoes my way before, so whilst I was working on this new blog page, I guided him through it…
I’ve got a back log of recipes to share since I’ve decided to coordinate our new blog website. So now it’s time to play catch up!
Last week, after contemplating as to when I was going to finally try some of the new kitchen gadgets I have laying around the house, I opted for the birthday present that I received last June. My cousin gave me a Mini Pie Maker by Bella (not a plug-in for the brand, but wanted to simply let you know that this particular one worked great.) Since I live in an area where there are an abundance of farm-fresh produce and fruits around, I decided on blueberries and cherries–two of the top favorite fruits at home.
I was born in Manila, Philippines, an only child. Raised in our hometown of San Pedro, Laguna without a care in the world. My parents were strict but I was a happy child. I didn’t mind having neither brothers nor sisters. I enjoyed quality times spent with my lola (‘grandmother’ in Tagalog), cousins, aunts, uncles, but mostly, times I spent with my parents, especially my father. I was daddy’s little girl.