always start with a larger pot than what you think you need
Just another way to “siomai” love for you. LOL
By gracemats – January 2, 2018 –
This one consists of lobster tails, giant shrimps, mussels and Spanish chorizo, I should add some corn on the cob next time but the key ingredient here is the old bay seasoning that brings out […]
By poeticnook – December 2, 2017 –
Main Course, Side Dish
The mother-load of all veggie dishes with an assortment of meat, always a crowd favorite.
By poeticnook – August 26, 2017 –
Main Course, Salad, Side Dish
To make it less bitter, soak the vegetables in water and salt for 15-30 minutes then wash in cold water. The two ways of preparing this in our household is pickled with onion, tomatoes, and […]
By poeticnook – June 26, 2017 –
Main Course, Noodles, Side Dish, Snacks
My mom said my brother makes the best Pad Thai but since I’m away from home, I have to make my own haha
By poeticnook – June 20, 2017 –
A quintessential Filipino dish consisting of squash, eggplant, okra, pork, shrimp and shrimp paste, sauteed in garlic, onion and tomatoes.
By poeticnook – June 9, 2017 –
Spicy but doesn’t kill your tastebuds.
By gracemats – June 5, 2017 –
Main Course, Pasta
By gracemats – May 31, 2017 –
If this doesn’t scream spicy, I don’t what does haha
By poeticnook – May 10, 2017 –
Talk about carb overload =) this is a classic Filipino favorite: Pansit Palabok with chicken lumpia pairing. We were talking about the best palabok in the city the other day and two names come to […]
By n27 – October 6, 2010 –