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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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Chicken Menudo

Happy independence day to all Filipinos.  Though I am not yet convinced that the country has fully achieved its independence as it is still being ruled by corrupt officials, convicts, plunderers, and other forms of criminals,  I am still greeting every Filipinos with a “maligayang araw ng kalayaan”!  I wonder what our ancestors and heroes …

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Pinoy Pork Picadillo

In celebration of the Philippine Independence Day (June 12), we are dedicating this week to Filipino cuisine specifically Philippine tomato-based dishes and we are starting it with this picadillo or giniling dish. Giniling.  I have know this dish for that name.  It reminds me of my university days in UP Diliman.  I used to eat …

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Beef Trotters & White Beans Stew

I’ve been posting recipes of dishes cooked by my husband for the past few days so I decided to post some of his recipes that have piled up in the draft box.  I am starting with his favorite meat part – the trotters or feet of a four legged mammal (evil grin) My husband usually …

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Chicken Pochero 2 (Chicken & Chickpea Stew)

Our refrigerator is reeling with food due to over-stocking.  No, we are no doomsday preppers (you know what I’m saying if you watch it on national geographic channel) I think we need a bigger fridge with larger freezer hhhmmm (we have a 10 cubic ft and there’s just the two of us)  So I need …

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Kaldereta Espesyal

Some Filipino food bloggers, home-based cooks, and chefs and even food lovers would say that kaldereta is not kaldereta if goat meat is not used.  May be because it is spelled as K-A-L-D-E-R-E-T-A?  Kal– which refers to kalding or kambing (that’s  goat in English).  Thus, beef caldereta is unacceptable as a name for a beef …

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Chicken Pochero

(photos posted on January 5, 2013) I’m growing anxious everyday because I’m not done packing my things yet.  What can I put in a travelling bag when I’m only allowed to carry 23kg of luggage????? My husband said I can go beyond the 23 kg limit but I have to pay extra.  I’ll pay extra …

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Sweet and Sour Imelda

Sweet and sour fish is one of those I cooked during our get together – the second bout.  I already mentioned it in my earlier post, that when we sponsored the second bout of our reunion, Mammy and I cooked only none-red-meat dishes.  And  there’s no other food to cook than fish.  But why this …

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