Maangchi Saved Christmas Lunch

I have always been a fan of Korean cooking. For that, I give credit to my favorite Ahjumma at our local Korean restaurant– Seoul Korean Restaurant, and ofcourse

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Simple Almondigas Recipe


Almondigas is one of my children’s favorite breakfast meal.  This is particularly nice when served and eaten during rainy mornings.  It is filling, inexpensive and delicious.

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Simple Aligue Fried Rice

aligue fried rice

It’s been awhile since I had aligue (read: crab fat). The last time I believe was more than 10 years ago at this Pinoy restaurant at the Shangri-La Mall.  I also had a friend back in the days who would eat her freshly cooked white rice with a teaspoon of aligue (straight from the bottle) then finish it off with a squeeze of lemon.

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Hwang Chi Yeol’s Version of Bang, Bang, Bang

The coolest version of Bigbang’s Bang Bang Bang.



Ang Tunay na LRT/MRT Survival Guide by Ciara Baello

The wonders of Facebook never ceases.

I came across this survival guide by Ciara Baello a few hours ago via Astrid Dometita of GDG Cagayan de Oro. This survival guide is so timely, considering all the Manila traffic rants that I have been seeing and reading on Facebook and Twitter.

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Burger Steak Pinoy Style

burger steak

This dish is one of the bestsellers at home.  The gravy alone is fingerlickin’ good!  I have been perfecting this recipe for years and this so far is the easiest and quickest way to make Burger Style that can beat Jollibee’s any day.

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Repost: Erwan’s White Adobo

I have been a longtime fan of adobo recipes. I have various recipes at home but I have been meaning to try out Erwan’s White Adobo recipe which reminds me of how my Mom cooks her adobo in gata.

Galbijjim: The Ultimate Korean Rib Recipe

galbijjimGalbijjim is one of my ultimate Korean favorite dish.  Its simple to make and does not need alot of ingredients (at least mine does). It is great for pack lunches and tastes even better after a day or two in the fridge.

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Picturesque Dahilayan


Not everything you see is always what it seems.

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