Bicol’s Pinangat

Bicol’s Pinangat

Some are confused with Laing and Pinangat. Although, the main ingredient used for both recipes are the same, which is taro leaves, with Pinangat, fresh leaves are used unlike the Laing recipe. Pinangat is compiling a layer of fresh taro leaves to wrap other...
Popular Pinoy Breakfast Meal

Popular Pinoy Breakfast Meal

It’s a combination of fried Pork Tocino, over-easy eggs, and a simple fried rice, partnered with a cup of hot coffee or hot cocoa, depending on your choice of drink with it. Filipinos oftentimes, consume heavy breakfast meals, specially those who go on with jobs...
Andrew’s Pork Adobo

Andrew’s Pork Adobo

Here is Andrew’s Pork Adobo recipe. You won’t see any more authentic than this. Seasoned in soy sauce, vinegar and spices, with sliced strings beans added, demontrated Andrew’s own twist in Filipino cooking. The savory blend of vinegar, soy sauce,...
Andrew’s Bicol Express

Andrew’s Bicol Express

This belongs to Andrew, my nephew who passed away. It’s his own version of the popular dish, Bicol Express recipe. He was a very good cook and this is one of those great cookings he made and took pictures of. He could have had more to offer, but, Bicol Express...
Bulalô

Bulalô

Just one of the many tantalizing, favorite dishes in the Philippines, Bulalô is basically a stewed beef shanks and bone marrow in cabbage or pechay(bok choy), potatoes, ginger, garlic and onions, corn, fish sauce and lemon, then served with steamed rice for lunch or...
Pritong Galunggong, Fried Mackerel

Pritong Galunggong, Fried Mackerel

It’s called Mackerel Scad in English, Galunggong is probably the most common Philippine salt fish, although it’s also found mostly in tropical islands. Since it is common to Filipinos, it’s priced affordably and served in most Filipino meals. Fried Galunggong is a...