June 2007 - Filipino Food Lovers

Archive for June, 2007

Hot Peppers

From bell peppers to granddaddy of them all, the mighty Trinidad Scorpion Butch T, people have been eating this fiery stuff for a long time. Used as a condiment, ingredient, or a main meal, hot peppers tend to bring out the appetite. And even though they may sting a little or a lot, people keep […]

Fried Chicken 411

Ahh fried chicken. I have not met anyone who does not like this amazing dish. It’s somewhat easy to make but it can also be deceiving. Many people have attempted to cook this dish only to find out that it is not as easy as they think it is. There are many aspects to consider […]

Fried Chicken

Now we are talking about a dish that everyone loves. It took me some time to get this one fine tuned to where I wanted it. Well seasoned breading and meat is the key of a good fried chicken. This one is loaded with spices to get that crunchy, mouth-watering taste that you have come […]

Corned Beef

Corned beef hash is one of those dishes that you could eat basically any time of the day, at breakfast, lunch or dinner. The best part is you can prepare and cook it really quick. Here is how I do mine. Ingredients: 1 Can of Corned Beef 2 Small sized potato, diced in ¼ inches […]

Nilagang Buto ng Baka

This is one of my favorite comfort foods. It reminds me a lot of hot summer days in the Philippines sipping on a hot broth during lunchtime. With a little bit of fish sauce (patis) for dipping sauce, spiced up with Thai peppers, (siling labuyo) it really brings out my appetite. I have two different […]


If we are talking about comfort food, Adobo is definitely the first one that pops into my head. Not to mention Adobo is one of the first dishes Filipinos learn to cook as it is simple and requires just a handful of ingredients. In good-tasting adobo, none of the spice flavors dominate but rather the […]

Beef Caldereta

This version of Beef Caldereta is the Reconstructed and fresh version; This is a perfect example of how you can turn one dish into another without compromising the flavor.   This one is made from left over Nilagang Buto ng Baka (beef soup bones.) These are two different dishes, but the ingredients are very similar […]

Pinoy Ingredients

I remember when my family just got to this country and we were all confused about the ingredient names. Often enough we didn’t know what they called them here and my step father, the one that got us here, had no idea what they were called either. To make the situation even worse we didn’t […]

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