Monthly Archives: April 2012

Cooking: Filipino Style Spaghetti

First Cooking Entry I have been cooking since when I was still in high school. My mother, has trained me… Continue reading »

Oven-Baked Salmon

OVEN-BAKED SALMON Ingredients12 ounce salmon fillet, cut into 4 pieces Coarse-grained salt Freshly ground black pepper, or lemon-pepperInstructionsPreheat the oven… Continue reading »

Pineapple Upside Down Cake

It looks like having a theme for a week has been quite popular so we will try to bring you… Continue reading »

Camaron Rebosado

Camaron rebosado — “the Shrimp tempura of the Philippines”, is an easy seafood dish which is made out of deep fried battered… Continue reading »


At last we found some banana leaf here in New Zealand but it is frozen though, but at least we… Continue reading »


Polovron is a type of shortbread with Levantine origin, popular in Spain, more specifically in Andalucia as well as its past colonies… Continue reading »

Gaya-gaya Puto Maya!

Gaya-gaya Puto Maya! Folks of my circa would remember this– Filipino limericks that kids would shout at play. We teased… Continue reading »

Tinolang Tahong (Mussels in Ginger Broth)

Tinola which is a ginger based soup, is an authentic Filipino dish that can be cooked with either meat or… Continue reading »

Spanish Bread

I don’t know why this is called Spanish bread as I guess it does not have anything to do with… Continue reading »

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