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Sopas Filipino

So I’ve never made this before, but its been on my list of to do’s. While I didn’t quite have all the right ingredients, I managed to pull it off going by memories from childhood. Sopas is a staple comfort food—macaroni chicken soup, in the Philippines. Made of the simplest ingredients in less than an hour time.

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Ice Cream Sandwiches

Family means everything to me…I have two boys–one is starting middle school in a couple of weeks, whilst the other remain at our former neighborhood to complete his studies in journalism.

Back in high school, my eldest boy Brendan did all of the baking.  I’ve missed that since our move(s) without him.  He would often bake at night, and when he did, we were all guaranteed an enjoyable treat.

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Upside down Panettone Bread Pudding...with Caramel

Upside Down Panettone Bread Pudding

I’ve never had panettone until my family and I received one during the holiday.  It is quite good with a nice cup of tea or coffee; but all the while, I’ve received a few suggestions that it is also great for making bread pudding and french toasts.  Although I’m not a fan of both, I figured, why not give it a go since I still had a generous half portion left for the eating…

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Easy Baklava Tartlettes

It was National Baklava Day last Monday and ever since then I started craving for some.  Normally I’m not an avid fan of Baklava.  I’ve probably eaten it trice in my life–from a party, from a homemade version that my cousin made, and when my son made some a couple of years ago.  I guess I find it just too sweet and nutty.  I’ve thought about this particular recipe long and hard…how can I enjoy baklava without it being too sweet?

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Sweet Potato Buttered Rum…Flan!

The other day I purchased sweet potatoes with the mind-set of making baked potato fries, BUT I really wanted to do something different; and quite honestly, something that will satisfy my sweet tooth, as well!  So I perused through the world-wide web and voilà! I stumbled upon a profoundly challenging recipe…to make my first flan, and hopefully the first of many!