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Paksiw na Bangus (Milkfish Stewed in Vinegar)

This one right here is a dish that I learned to love because of my brother-in-law’s version. I mean, I grew up with basically just a straight forward take – fish poached in vinegar loaded with peppercorns, garlic and ginger. … Continue reading

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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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Tinola, The Ultimate Chicken – Ginger Love Story

Chicken Ginger Stew or Tinolang Manok best describes every Pinoy Mom’s cooking – warm and full of love! A must during the rainy season, it would seem that this has been embedded in our DNAs as our bodies automatically crave … Continue reading

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The First Crack: Crispy Chicken Skin

    Please bear with the lighting and the quality of my video and/or photos. I’m just trying out this D.I.Y. photobox and lights using only my phone’s camera. But anyway, I figured I’d make gaya (using that conio accent) … Continue reading

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