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© Fresha-licious: Inabraw nga Alukon, patani, ken Cardis I’ve mentioned in my post yesterday that my in-laws (Mama Glo and Papa Tim) came to Singapore for a 2 ½ days visit, haven’t I? That’s why, we’ve decided to dedicate this week’s posts to my in-law’s home-cooking. The recipes we’ll be posting for this week are … Inabraw nga Alukon, patani, ken Cardis Read More »

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I often wake up every morning annoyed and grumpy not because I lack sleep cause I’m currently a full time yayato my two nephews but due to irritating news, topics, discussions ontv, radio, and even on the internet on politics and dirty politicians. Like the involvement of Undersecretary of DILG Rico Puno in an anomalous … White Beans & Pork Trotters Stew Read More »

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I miss dinakdakan a lot. Dinakdakan, is an authentic Ilocano appetizer and a famous pulutan (beer/alcohol drink companion) that is made of boiled or grilled meat and is mixed with animal brain or / and mayonnaise. And since I cannot eat pork and lately, I found out that I can down a few bites of beef … Dinakdakan: Ox Tongue Read More »

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This fish dish is commonly served for dinner in most Filipino households. This is what you do if you find that plain fried fish is actually boring. Which is true. With a few simple tweaks and twists, you can make your fried fish, left-over or not, more palatable by recooking it as cardillo, escabeche, or … Cardillong Isda Read More »

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When Frederick and I were still in Singapore we often crave for Pancit Batil Patong or Pancit Cabagan that’s why when noodle dishes in Singapore could not sate our cravings, Frederick will cook Pancit Batil Patong using whatever egg noodles we can find in the Supermarket. Hhhmmm come to think of it, Frederick never tried … Stir fried pancit Cabagan Read More »

myFresha-licious: Dinardaraan: Crunchy Pork Meat & Intestines

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Let me say it again, Filipinos specially the Ilocanos do not waste food. Aren't Ilocanos branded Kuripot (stingy)? The truth is, Ilocanos are pragmatic people. We Ilocanos do not spend on things we don't need and we put into use anything that is still usable, functional, working, and edible. Wasting is not part of the Ilocano culture. But I strongly believe though that pragmatism runs among most Filipinos. Ilocanos do practice that same practicality when it comes to food too. When a pig is…

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Before I start with this new post, we would like to extend our sympathies and prayers to all our Kababayans affected by the previous tyhphoon Lando (internationally known as Koppu), specially those living in towns / cities declared as calamity areas. We also hope that nobody was affected by the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that happened … Royal Bibingka Read More »

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One of my favorite street food when I was still studying in UP Diliman (University of the Philippines) is karioka. Well, I also love the fish balls specially its sauce and the lumpia, and the banana and kamote cues, and other street foods peddled by some manangs and manongs around the campus. But I … Karioka Read More »

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There were rumors all over the social media as well as news posted online (CNA, yahoo news, etc) that a tsunami will strike Singapore today at past 7 AM. That actually made me paranoid for the whole night despite the re-assurance of my husband who’s been all eyes and ears on the news report over … Binagoongang Baboy Read More »

myFresha-licious: Minatamis na Macapuno

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It’s truly difficult to find true friends in this era. Someone who is going to knock your senses straight when your insanity kicked in deep. I’m lucky I found one in my good friend and tukayo who is always generous to share her recipes with me. Thanks Shaw!!!Minatamis na macapuno, is a Filipino preserved sweet … Minatamis na Macapuno Read More »

myFresha-licious: Creamy Cheesy Tuna & Mushroom Pasta

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I’m done posting the recipes of the dishes that was cooked during our family reunion last Undas (all Soul’s day) This week, I will be posting some recipes I cooked when we sponsored the second bout of our reunion which was held the day after Undas. Since we had an all-red-meat spread during our first … Creamy Cheesy Tuna & Mushroom Pasta Read More »

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I’ve been busy with new things. I’ve been experimenting on brownies and some sweets too. My husband and I though would just take a bite on a slice of brownie and the rest will either be given to friends or get stocked in the fridge until I remember to take them out to make way for another … Bibimbap Read More »

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The Husband went back to the Philippines early this morning to attend to some important matters. He’ll be back after a week or two. So I am eating all alone tonight. I cooked a few slices of the beef tapa he preserved which I think has been lingering inside the refrigerator for almost a month now. Yep, the Husband has been making beef tapa … Beef Tapa – II Read More »

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Lengua is the Spanish word for tongue. Yes, tongue. For those grossing out with the idea of tongue dishes, tongue is not considered exotic food and in fact tongue is found in many dishes among different cultures worldwide – tongue in English cuisines, tongue taco among Mexicans, tongue in soups for the Chinese, and of … Lengua (Ox tongue) in Mushroom Sauce Read More »

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At last, I got to cook Dinuguan (Pork blood stew). I’ve been wanting to eat and cook dinuguan since I got to Singapore and that is almost 4 yrs already. Only last Easter Sunday was I able to fulfill that 😀 Well, I never had the chance to cook this dish when I was still … Dinuguang Baboy (Pork Blood Stew) Read More »

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I’m done posting the recipes of the dishes that was cooked during our family reunion last Undas (all Soul’s day) This week, I will be posting some recipes I cooked when we sponsored the second bout of our reunion which was held the day after Undas. Since we had an all-red-meat spread during our first … Creamy Cheesy Tuna & Mushroom Pasta Read More »