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Fish Cakes

Fish cakes come in so many versions that you can actually adjust the taste to whichever country you’re from and the result is always mouth-watering satisfaction. I remember growing up in the Philippines, these cakes could be found just about anywhere when the street food vendors were around. Filipinos eat these cakes mostly as snacks […]

Ginisang Togue

Ginisang Togue & Tokwa with Chicken Breast

Ginisang Togue is another dish that is often seen at the dinner table and sidewalk eateries known as Turo-Turo restaurants in the Philippines. I remember when I was a kid, my mom would cook Togue all the time since they’re so easy to find and fresh. It was hard for her not to get some […]

Curried Pork Chops

Curried Pork Chops

As a food blogger and a home cook, I do browse around a lot on the Internet and see other people’s cooking and recipe ideas. And from time to time, I see pictures of food that looks so good that I want to try and cook it myself. However, when I look at the recipe, I […]

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. […]

Adobong Pusit

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Noun: squid / skwid:  -“An elongated, fast-swimming cephalopod mollusk with ten arms (technically, eight arms and two long tentacles), typically able to change color”… –-Source: Tagalog English Translations and Dictionary.  Adobong Pusit / Squid Adobo is a very popular dish in the Philippines; want to know the reason why? Well, Filipinos love squid no matter how it […]

Paksiw na Isda

Paksiw na Isda

Paksiw na Isda is an ideal dish for my family back in the days in the Philippines. This simple dish is not only delicious it also does not required refrigeration and not having have a refrigerator back then this dish was often found in out dining table since it can set for a couple of […]

Lumpia – Shanghai

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In the Philippines we have different types of Lumpia known as Eggrolls, but this one stood out the most. It is considered to be the premium Lumpia. We call this one Lumpiang Shanghai. The one thing that separates this Lumpia among others is the filling. This Lumpia is mostly meat and it is a lot […]

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, […]

Lumpiang Togue

Lumpia

Lumpiang Togue definitely brings back good childhood memories when I was in the Philippines. I remember they had these Lumpia stacked up high along with some Banana’s and Kamote Q’s. I used to buy these things and eat my heart out. The vinegar sauce that is pre-made by the street vendors is out of this […]

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