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Bistek 2.0

Coming from the Philippines–a country that has been inhabited by many foreign countries during its early times–has yielded a great culinary advantage for me, as I’ve been exposed to and able to learn about many great cuisines from all over the world. I wrote about this dish back in 2009 and after getting such great feedback […]

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 […]

Stir-fry Beef Liver

Stir-fry beef liver is not a common dish here in America. It is mostly known to be used for liver and onions which is the simpler version of this particular dish. Although not many people get excited at the sound of beef liver or any liver for that matter, there are some who appreciate it. […]

Burger Beef Stew

Burger Beef Stew

Burger Beef Stew is my version of regular Beef Stew. I use ground beef, which has a few benefits over regular stew meat. For one, hamburger doesn’t require cooking a long time for it to be tender, it is easier to cook and handle, and lastly, it’s a bit cheaper than regular stew meat. This version […]

Pancit Canton

Pancit Canton is a dish you will often see on just about any special occasion in the Philippines; however if these noodles are not cooked correctly, they can get a distinct soapy taste that most people don’t appreciate. That’s why this dish is often time the second choice of noodle lovers in the Philippines. I played […]

Paksiw na Isda

Paksiw na Galunggong

Paksiw is undoubtedly the next best dish to Adobo since the dish is versatile and adaptable much the same as Adobo is. Paksiw is also very popular in the Philippines since it has the longest shelf life of any other dish due to its main ingredient, the vinegar. The most common way of preserving food […]

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. […]

Tinolang Manok

Tinolang Manok - Ginger Chicken Soup

Tinolang Manok or Ginger Chicken Soup is another dish that most Filipinos would rave about. This dish definitely ranks high when it comes to Filipino soups for many reasons. First and foremost, it is very tasty and satisfying, and it is so easy to make no wonder it’s seen often on menus across the Philippines. […]

Pork Lechon

Lechon

Pork Lechon or Litson is probably one most crave food in overseas. I know I did crave for it a lot in my early days here in America. The main challenge of cooking Pork Lechon is getting the skin crunchy without burning before the whole hog gets properly cooked. Also, for the most part we […]

Bulalo

Bulalo

When it comes to this dish I just can’t get enough if it. There are so many variations when it comes to Nilagang Baka or Beef Soup Bones, but this one has to be one of my favorite ones. Bulalo or Beef Shank is not the most healthy food among Filipino’s line of goodies, as […]

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