Monthly Archive: November 2011

Max's Style Fried Chicken 21

Max’s Style Fried Chicken

Max is a family restaurant in the Philippines popular for its Filipino dishes like kare-kare, lumpiang sariwa, crispy pata, tapsilog, liston kawali and their signature dish the Max’s fried chicken. This restaurant makes real good chicken that’s why their slogan says “Sarap to the bones!” (Delicious to the bones!) as their chicken...

Steamed Pork Ribs 20

Steamed Pork Ribs

This is one of the best tasting dim sum around, the semi sticky / slimy, salty, sweet taste is really something to crave for, a dish with more bones than meat but people still keep on ordering. A really simple dim sum to prepare which only cooks for around 20...

Dinuguan 2 29

Dinuguan

Last October 7 I did my first guest blog post at Miss Tam Chiak it was a pleasure to be invited by Maureen and this was my blog post, a dish not for the faint hearted.   If my dinakdakan post did freaked you out or if you don’t like any offal at...

California Roll 32

California Roll

California roll or California Maki is a type of sushi roll that contains cucumber, crab stick (kani) and mango / avocado which is made inside out then sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds. Though this looks so Japanese it did not originated in Japan but in United States by a Japanese...

Brussel Sprouts 28

Brussel Sprouts

These mini cabbages are not a common part of our regular diet as I am not sure whether this is grown in the Philippines that is why I never had tried them when I was younger. The only thing I remember about this vegetable is that I only see this...