Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Okara Experiment

  I have been experimenting with soya  (soya milk, tofu, etc) and I noticed that the okara or the soy pulp has been piling up. I knew I just can’t throw it all away since the volume makes it all … Continue reading

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You Bet, Pakbet!

Dishes that make up traditional cuisines show our close relationship and dependence on our environment. That’s basically human nature – we consume what’s around us. From the primitive instincts we have for food to finally evolving to what it is … Continue reading

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Bicol’s Pride – Taro Leaves in Coconut Milk

Any good Bicolano knows his Laing and that’s one of the things that the Royol Blood has passed down to our generation. A dish that is continuously evolving, my Uncle Monching’s and the Senior’s (that would be my Dad) take … Continue reading

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