Monthly Archive: May 2015

Like it, Love it then Pin It 2

Like it, Love it then Pin It

I’ve been using Pinterest I guess since the first year it started, my first pin was this Blueberry Cheesecake which happened 4 years ago (yeah that was 2011, I was one of the first...

Teppanyaki 1 8

Teppanyaki

Many are confused about Teppanyaki being a type of dish rather than a cooking style. It is a popular method of cooking in the Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food...

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Grilled Peach Salad

Once you grill fruits for use in your salad you won’t go back, the grilling gives the fruit a lot of flavour by caramelizing that sugar that melts once it hits the hot grill....

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Hasselback Potatoes

I guess this the most impressive presentation a potato can ever have and surprisingly its quite simple to make all you need is some stable hands when slicing these spuds. Hasselback potatoes is a...

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Hot and Sour Soup

Hot and sour soup is a dish from the Sichuan cuisine made out of strips of chicken or pork cooked in a thick broth with vegetables like mushrooms, day lily buds, wood ear fungus,...

What is a Boodle Fight? 2 22

What is a Boodle Fight?

So what is a Boodle Fight? Recently this culinary experience is gaining popularity not just in Philippines but as well as overseas like in New York, UAE and even here in New Zealand. This...

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Longaniza Dog

Several months ago my wife told me why not create something unique that other haven’t made yet and so I did which I started with the Ultimate Pinoy Burger. I was inspired and challenged...

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Boil Up

Boil Up is a traditional method of cooking used by Maori’s in New Zealand where starchy vegetables such as sweet potatoes, potatoes, carrots, pumpkins are boiled together with pork bones, spinach/watercress and dumplings called...