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Fish Fingers Recipe

December 19th, 2008 9 Comments

Do fish have fingers? No, they don’t! But for some reason, this is what my sister calls this dish. When I stayed with her in Melbourne, she listed off the dishes she wants me to cook — dishes she personally loves and dishes the kids would want to eat. She asked me to try to […]

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Thai Mince Pork Salad

December 16th, 2008 3 Comments

I first tried this salad in Thailand, when I took a Thai cooking class. Admittedly, it’s not something I’d probably order if I saw it in the menu. However, from the first bite, I was hooked! I have the recipe in the booklet they gave us, but I was too lazy to look for fennel […]

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Fried Lumpiang Ubod (Fried Palm Heart Spring Rolls)

December 12th, 2008 3 Comments

Lumpiang ubod is one Filipino food I definitely love to eat. Be it sariwa or fried, this delicious food is readily available at most Filipino restaurants, eateries, canteens, and even from peddlers on the street. Here’s a very simple recipe if you’d like to make some yourself. Fried Lumpiang Ubod (Fried Palm Heart Spring Rolls) […]


Grilled Oregano Chicken

December 12th, 2008 2 Comments

My mother loves watching cooking shows, and one of her current favorites is Q TV’s Quickfire: 10-minute kitchen wonders with Chef Rosebud Benitez. That’s probably where she got the idea of this simple chicken dish. When my mother first asked me to try this, I was skeptical because it didn’t really look good. Plus, it’s […]

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Pork Adobo Recipe

December 11th, 2008 7 Comments

The other thing I cooked for my birthday was pork adobo. I know it’s a simple ordinary Filipino dish, but just weeks ago, I was able cook great adobo in Batanes, and I wanted to replicate it for my family. Besides, it’s not everyday we eat adobo in the house. My sister taught me this […]

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Easy Roast Chicken

December 3rd, 2008 1 Comment

One of my favorite things to eat while in Australia was roast chicken. Every time my sister and I go to the supermarket, we always pick up a tray of seasoned chicken that’s ready to roast. The roast is always a huge hit in the house, and the kids that are normally hard to feed […]

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Simple Pad Thai Recipe

December 1st, 2008 8 Comments

For my birthday this year, I decided to stay at home and cook for my family. Noodles are a staple for birthdays, since it signifies long life. Instead of the usual spaghetti or pancit, I decided to cook Pad Thai, another noodle favorite in the house. When I went to Thailand two years ago, one […]

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Chef Joey's Chocolate Mousse to die for

July 23rd, 2008 6 Comments

A month ago, members of the new and traditional media were invited to be a Chef for a Day at the Culinary Institute of Aristocrat. There, we met sibling chefs Joey and Gabby Prats. Chef Gabby taught us how to cook some French dishes, while Chef Joey shared a simple, yet rich dessert: Chocolate Mousse […]

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