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Chicken Adobo

Chicken Adobo is the unofficial national food of the Philippines due its versatility, easiness to cook, and the fact that it can easily fit-in to any household regardless of their income. Although Adobo can be made out of just about anything from veggies, to meat, poultry, and seafood; the chicken version is the most popular […]

Pork Adobo v.2

Philippines is an archipelago of over 7,200 islands and abundant with culinary ingredients from spices to pork, beef, lamb/goat, seafood, and vegetables. Also, back in the day, Philippines encountered numerous visitors and aggressors from whom Filipinos inherited a great number of cooking techniques and methods. The one that had the most influence was the Spaniards […]

Beef Kaldereta

Kaldereta or Caldereta is definitely a top ranked, favorite dish in the Philippines. This dish is served wherever there’s a gathering whether it’s formal or just a family get together. Caldereta has been adapted from the Spaniards during their occupancy in the Philippines and Filipino’s didn’t waste any time in making their own version. The […]

Ginataang Alimasag

Ginataang Alimasag - Crag Legs in Coconut Milk

Ginataang Alimasag (crab legs in coconut milk) is the one dish that could keep a whole family at the dinner table for a little while. Why do I say that? Well, before you can eat this stuff, you have to crack the legs and the clamps and by doing that it slows the eating process. […]

Ginisang Pechay

Ginisang Pechay

This dish, Ginisang Pechay, takes me back to memory lane during my young age in the Philippines. I guess the main reason is that I was a picky eater when I was a boy and just like most kids eating vegetables was not my top priority. However, as far as I can remember I didn’t […]

Ginisang Sayote

Ginisang Sayote

Ginisang Sayote with ground pork is a simple, easy, and healthy dish, using only a few ingredients and you and your family can have a very satisfying meal. Sayote or/ Chayote is a member of the squash, melon, and cucurbit family. It can be found in tropical climate countries around the world. Chayote is somewhat […]

Pansit Bihon

Pansit Bihon

Pansit Bihon is very common this dish is in the Philippines; you will find it at just about every special occasion. I am not really sure the reason why this dish is so popular in the Philippines other than the obvious reason that it tastes good and is relatively cheap to make. For most Filipino’s, […]

Ampalaya Con Carne

Some people say that Ampalaya Con Carne is basically the Cadillac of the Ampalaya dish variety. Whether I would agree or not, let’s find out. I normally cooked Ampalaya the way my Mom had taught me with shrimp, shrimp paste, and pork belly “ginisang ampalaya“ and always had great results. Bagoong alamang seems to tame down […]

Ginisang Ampalaya

Ginisang Ampalaya is bitter and yet very delicious when properly prepared. You can also enjoy its many health benefits. I remember when I was a little boy I used to hate this dish due to its strong bitter taste and now whenever I see an ampalaya on a produce shelf my mouth starts to water. […]

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