Misua with Sardines

MISUA is a very thin flour noodles originated from China. Misua is a lot different with Bihon and Sotanghon which made from rice and mung beans. I always use misua everytime I ran out of time and idea on what to pair with a fried dish. It would only take me about 3 minutes cooking Misua in a...

Pinoy Pork Picadillo

PICADILLO is a spicy meat concoction, much favored in South American counties. In Cuba, warm picadillo is served with rice and beans as a main course. Vietnamese picadillo is served with warm four tortillas, lettuce or crackers. In Mexico, Picadillo is a filling usually used for tacos....

faMEALy day TODAY!

Today we are observing the NATIONAL FAMILY DAY as declared on the 30th day of September 2010, or otherwise known as Presidential Proclamation 1895.The declaration states that the Filipino Family Day is commemorated every 4th Monday of September. For many generations, the family meal has been...

Sweet and Sour Pork ...

My family and I spend of Sunday lunches at my mom’s house to pay a visit, spend great time talking about whatever thing and an opportunity to boast a new or improved dish. Though painful for me as a food blogger, I should and must admit that my mom is a great cook, far way better than I...

Beef Macaroni Soup (...

SOPAS or MACARONI SOUP is one of the many popular breakfast soup dishes in the Philippines. I even already featured a macaroni soup recipe using CHICKEN but this time, I will be using ground lean beef in a creamy macaroni soup for a bowl packed with benefits of protein. Oh well, we all grew...

Choco Oatmeal with P...

I love oatmeal for the its countless benefits that is why I am addicted to it. I always make sure that we don’t run out of oatmeal in our jar. Royce once found me putting a homemade oatmeal mixture on my face, I was embarrassed with my creepy look but then I was relieved when he asked...

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