Monthly Archive: November 2017

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Barbara’s Pinoy Barbecue

Howdy, Ang Sarap fans! I’m so delighted to be a guest author on this blog. There are so many recipes to try and experience following it. I’ve recently got in touch with Raymund through...

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Tiki Terrace (Lahaina, Hawaii)

This so far is the best dinner I had on the island and we got really pampered when the hotel hosted this amazing dinner at Tiki Terrace. We started quite early, I think we...

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Creamy Garlic Mushroom Chicken

I think if I get to choose between cream and bacon, it will be cream form me anytime because it just doesn’t make everything good, it makes everything good regardless if its savoury or...

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Bohol Adobo

Do you know how many adobo variationsexist? Sorry but I don’t know either, I always learn new things specially in the Philippine cuisine especially now that I had posted most of the common dishes I...

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Tiki Grill (Lahaina, Hawaii)

When I posted a couple of days ago I remembered that I said on my first day in Maui I had a light snack, well this was it. I know for most this is...

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Chinese Eggplant with Garlic Sauce

Filipinos love garlic, if we can put garlic in everything we will do it and we do it in excessive amounts, in fact I remembered some of my comments here in my blog confirming...

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Joey’s Kitchen (Lahaina, Hawaii)

This is my first time in Mauibut not my first time in Hawaii, if you haven’t visited this part of Hawaii and only had visited Honolulu then you are missing a lot specially if...

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Kangkung Belachan

Kangkung, Kangkong or Ong Choy (通菜) is one of the most common and perhaps the cheapest leafy vegetable in East Asia and South-East Asia primarily found in the Sichuan, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Singaporean, Filipino...

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Must Try Food Hong Kong

Having lived here before I should easily know what are the must try food items that any visitor should try, from street food to fine dining Hong Kong has it all. A big metropolis...