This classic comfort food is an easy way to learn how to cook a staple *Filipino cuisine. It has minimal ingredients that you may readily have available in your fridge and pantry.
A couple of weeks ago I finally gave in to purchasing Christina Tosi’s Milk Bar Life Cookbook. Moving forward, I’ve turned the pages frontward and backwards, in contemplation of the next quirky recipe I am going to make…
At first glance this recipe may look intense, but it really isn’t. Don’t be intimidated by how it reads. The only caveat it does require is a few hours of your time.So apparently I had three hours to spare 😆.
Mussels, once they have been properly cleaned, are really easy to cook, and you can have something delicious on the table within 15 minutes.
If you’re looking to get into the Holiday spirit this complicated, but actually easy santa bread recipe will sure to impress your family and friends.
As far back as I can remember,
my first love for sandwiches began in middle school. Freddie’s Sandwiches, the little sandwich shop that could situated on the corner of Francisco Street in San Francisco.
Replacing some of the butter with cream cheese created cookies that are soft, thick, moist, and tender. Although you can’t taste the cream cheese, the cookies have a richness and depth of flavor. Plus there’s an abundance of chocolate in every bite. The dough can be made in advance, refrigerated, and baked as desired, up to 5 days later. A great option to have for fresh, warm cookies without having to mix up dough.
I’ve been on a cookie baking binge the past few days, and this is one of three recipes I will share with you this week.
Humbly grateful with our gardener for the bounty of his homegrown zucchini and squash that he shares with us from time to time. One in particular is the pattypan squash. Thus, to satisfy my curiosity, I did some research.
We are fortunate enough to receive some organic vegetables from our friend. From fava beans, to various types of squash, to cucumbers, to zucchini. Today I’m excited to share with you a lasagna recipe I’ve never done before using zucchini.
If I could describe this creative little number with one word, it would be decadent. A delicate amuse-gueule if you may…
Here we are, simply put…I was excited to try my new 12-inch bamboo steamer, definitely much larger than the mini 6-inch one I used in the past. What better way than to break them in with some Filipino-style siopao (Pork buns with hard-boiled eggs)!
Crisp falling leaves, sweater, jeans, and boots…just a few of my favorite things this time of year. But what I truly love the most is gift-giving, better to give than receive, right? Edible treats are probably on the top of everyone’s list–either to give, or receive. Personally, edible gifts always warms my heart…
I read an interesting story about Buko pie (Young Coconut) pie and that it originated from a city in my hometown of Laguna, Philippines.
An amalgamation of sharp offset by honey, pears, and off-dry wine, its sweet-sour tang is perfect with rich blue cheeses.