The Suaje on the Rocks recipe sounds very exotic, but actually it is not. It is very simple and uses very few ingredients. Read on how you can easily cook it at home.… Read More Suaje on the Rocks Recipe
In celebration of our favorite Shepherd’s Pie, here’s an inspired dish using seafood. Try making this creamy baked scallops with mashed potato at home, an interesting twist to your usual fare.… Read More Creamy Baked Scallops with with Sliced Potato Recipe
Like most Pinoys, we love balut. My husband, though of Chinese ancestry, loves to balut as is or when cooked as a separate dish. But because of its cholesterol content and we are not getting any younger, we don’t eat it very often. Here are a couple of balut recipes that you can try at home.… Read More Balut Recipes for the Craving Mama
If it’s a Pinoy party, the lechon (whole roasted pig) is always the star of the show. However, we have seen the rise in the popularity of the boneless lechon belly in recent years. And it’s for good reason. Wanna make this at home? Check out my easy boneless lechon belly recipe.… Read More Easy Boneless Lechon Belly Recipe for the Family
Have you ever looked at families traveling with a pet and wondered how they actually do it? Here are some things you can do.… Read More Traveling with a Pet: How Can a Family Do It?
Making Chinese Birthday Misua My father-in-law recently celebrated his __th birthday and like an annual rite, Mama once again prepared cha misua or Chinese birthday misua for Papa, the family, and Papa’s siblings. And since Chinese New Year is also coming, I thought I would write about it and also include a recipe. It’s also high… Read More Cha Misua | Chinese Birthday Misua Recipe