I read an interesting story about Buko pie (Young Coconut) pie and that it originated from a city in my hometown of Laguna, Philippines.
Here is a recipe that I was just playing around with the other day. I was in the mood for pulled pork but didn’t want to just make pulled pork sandwiches….again. So this is what I came up with!
I’ve made madeleines a few years ago, and back then I had no idea what I was getting into…you see, I have a love-hate relationship with baking, but for the most part,
I really don’t mind it. Really.
I’ve been promising our younger son that I would bake a classic chocolate cake one of these days…
Last week I made a Pear and Vanilla Aigre-Doux. This is part II…a great way to complement the end of a fabulous meal, to enjoy as a savory dessert, or simply devour as is!
As I perused through the October 2014 Issue of Food and Wine magazine I was elated to spot a recipe consisting of grape leaves…one of my favorites!
Tocino simply means bacon in Spanish. Typically made from pork belly, this dish is usually served for breakfast or brunch. Filipinos usually accompany tocino with rice and egg called To-Si-Log–Tocino, Sinangag (fried rice) and itlog (egg). The following recipe is my personal rendition…with an extra twist.
This is my own twist on the classic pineapple upside down cake. The original recipe Peach-Bourbon Upside-Down Cake was adopted from Food Network online.
I could never pass up fresh-caught seafood, and there is nothing like wild-caught cockles on hot summer days…
Oh hey! Well, here is an easy, rustic, comfort food, and I must say, just a simply delicious dish–originally adapted from Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘my father’s daughter Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family & Togetherness’, that was a huge hit for dinner with my family.
By the way, don’t mind my son digging right into the eyeball there…he is quite the foodie who wouldn’t have those any other way but first!
First came the trend of the pork belly, a boneless cut of fatty meat from the belly of a pig…which essentially spells B A C O N! with a capital Y U M! Today, we have the Frankenstein version of a doughnut, merged into a form of a croissant, the cronuts. This trending, decadent croissant-doughnut fusion has a definitive height on the media sphere. I am seeing cronuts everywhere! And, because it’s Trendy-Food-Tuesday, I am so having a cronut moment…Let’s do this, shall we?
I truly enjoy my do-nothing Sundays. No chores, and church usually takes place on a Saturday afternoon. So with all random task aside, I like to use my Sundays for food blogging, or in today’s case, for baking. Soft pretzels seem to be a good choice…
I can’t say that these are the best brownies I’ve ever made…because honestly, I don’t even consider myself a baker. However, it’s one of those afternoons when I am twirling my thumbs for something to do in the kitchen.
I’m always looking for something different to make with chicken; and also felt like having a cozy, comfort meal with my fam. On top of this I was craving for some Filipino food.
I know that chicken caldereta (kalderetang manok, in Tagalog) has been done before, so nothing new here, but, alas, if you know me well, I’m always experimenting with ingredients from the fridge and seasonings from the pantry; thus wanted to share my version with you…
I don’t know about you but, as a stay-at-home food blogging, homemaking, dog sitting (…catch my drift?) mom, I can’t afford to just get up and out of the house to buy coffee drinks everyday! So how’s about a homemade version instead…made with organic, wholesome good stuff?!