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Spicy Beef & Beans Stew

We sometime include ground beef in our grocery list for one reason – for the Husband’s Pinoy style spaghettie. Using ground beef makes the sauce for the Huband’s Pinoy style spaghetti a lot tastier.  But then again, like anybody with cravings, the Husband would always have something in mind to eat other than the Pinoy style spaghetti.Spicy beef …

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Nilagang Baka (Boiled Beef Bone Soup)

Nilagang baka, for the Ilocanos like us we call it inanger, anger, or for other Ilocanos they call it lauya nga Tulang ti Baka which can literally be translated to English as Boiled Beef Bone Soup.  Other Filipinos this soup is called bulalo specially when the beef shank is used. With nilagang baka , the beef including the bones …

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Hamonadong Baka

Hi there friends hope everyone’s well and happy.Last week, we featured several Filipino vegetable dishes and a week before that we featured some Filipino desserts. If you missed them, try to browse back our website to check on them.  This week, we are featuring a few beef recipes so visit us often to be updated specially …

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Corn Muffins Using Whole Corn Kernels

The Husband has been requesting me to make corn muffins.  I was thinking of making corn muffins similar to that of the Philippine Kenny Roger’s corn muffins way back 2006.  My friends told me that the current corn muffins at Kenny Roger’s do not taste good anymore so I’m basing my taste preference the last …

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Pandesal

One of those soft breads that have become not only a Filipino traditional breakfast bread but an all-time favorite bread is pandesal.  Pandesal  literally means bread with salt but since most Filipinos are “genetically” sweet tooth (I am not though but I am a proud Filipino… evil grin) it evolved into a sweet bread.  Some …

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Ginisang Patola

Ginisang patola or Sautéed sponge gourd. This simple dish always reminds me of a simpler rural lifestyle when we were kids in a town far north in Luzon.  Growing up, our Mami or our Lola would cook simple dishes like this. Patola are sold cheap in our town and that makes it affordable to families like us.  Bits of meat, …

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Ginisang Bunga ng Malunggay at Sigarilyas

I haven’t been posting my vegetable recipes much.  Don’t get me wrong, I cook veggies: stir fried,  blanched veggies, grilled veggies,blanched veggies, grilled veggies, but most of the time I cook them the Ilocano way, like pinakbet, dinengdeng, inabraw,  etc.  Lately, I decided to take  photos of my vegetable dishes and show you how an …

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