Tag: Pinoy-twist

Am-boy Ribs

No other cooking speaks summer to me but barbecue aka inihaw. A day at the beach or on a picnic in never complete without it as the aroma and the sizzle builds up one’s appetite.  There are a couple of restos where the barbecue ribs are…

The “lowly” tuyo gets a makeover!

I truly believe among Pinoys-at-heart, the tuyo (literally dried fish, in this case usually herring/fish fry) is somewhat the equalizer. Whether you live in a big house or a humble hut—the tuyo is a breakfast favourite and in many cases—comfort food. I remember my childhood, every…

Tuyo Puttanesca—Pinoy Pasta rocks!

Pasta in our home is also a staple, third to rice and bread. My sons have it 2-3 times a week and it ranges from sweet spaghetti to white sauce with spinach to simple garlic & mushroom. And when the freezer is almost empty—we run to…