Siomai Express

My sister and I decided to make our very own siomai just for fun and to satisfy our hunger for comfort food. I was assigned to make the mixture and she will help with the wrapping procedures. As you can see in our photo, we are making beef siomai at home with happy and contented…

Pinoy Siopao Asado

Siopao  means “steamed buns”. It is a popular snack in the Philippines and it is mostly sold in Chinese restaurants or food chains and by side vendors on the streets. In Thailand, it is called salapao and manapua in Hawaii. It can be consumed on-the-go and it does not require any utensils to eat. There are different varieties based…

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

 Pineapple is a popular tropical fruit that can be consumed fresh, juiced, cooked or preserved. A cup of fresh pineapple chunks contains vitamin C as a water-soluble antioxidant and immune system booster, manganese and thiamine (vitamin B1) for production of energy and antioxidant defenses, vitamin B6, fiber for digestion, copper, folate and pantothenic acid. Furthermore, a certain study…

Moist Chocolate Cake

From pure curiosity to an exciting hobby, that’s where everything began. It is a girl’s dream to bake all the most extravagant cakes for any occasions and the famous Chocolate Cake is one of them. I am aiming for an ultimate Moist Chocolate Cake by adjusting the sweetness and texture in accordance to my taste buds and people’s…

Ippon Yari Japanese Restaurant

Craving for authentic Japanese food like sushi, sashimi, ramen or udon?  Well, if you’re residing in Laguna “Ippon Yari Japanese Restaurant” is the place to be.  The venue expresses a very Japan-like atmosphere and that’s why most of the regular customers are native Japanese. It was my first time to enter a Japanese restaurant with traditional…

Let’s Chow! with Master Chef Boy Logro

On November 17, 2016, my father and I decided to reward ourselves with good food after a tiring day in Makati city. We passed by several food chains and fast foods but nothing could fit our preferences. I am very particular about the quality of food, cleanliness and food services. We are craving for hot soup…

Less-fat Grilled Rosemary Pork chops

Are you a fan of crispy pork chops? Are you cautious on consuming a huge portion of it during parties and gatherings due to its high cholesterol levels? Deep-frying in a massive amount of oil is absolutely tasty however it is a high risk of hypertension, stroke or heart attack and other cardiac illnesses. Grilling,…

Japanese inspired sushi from leftover corned beef

Konnichiwa! Are you ready for a simple, homemade and international dish for only 10 minutes? What else can you do with the leftover corn beef? We usually keep it in the fridge then forget all about it and then throw it after a couple of days. Why spoil it, if you could still make something…

Pinoy-style Tofu Scramble

Tofu scramble is originally a vegan recipe. Tofu or bean curd is made from soya milk that undergoes both curdling and cooling process to form solid blocks of tofu. Just like making processed cheese out of fresh milk. It is an excellent source of protein particularly to vegetarians and vegans or to those people who doesn’t consume…

Classic Banana Cake with Chocolate Frosting

Philippines is the 4th world’s biggest producer and exporter of bananas. Due to the abundance of banana fruits locally in the market more recipes are made out of it. Banana is popular for its dietary benefits. It is a good source of fiber which is vital for digestion, cardiac health and weight loss. A regular banana contains…

Easy Homemade Tortillas for 30 minutes

Leftovers? No worries. Make a burrito by preparing your home-made tortillas and making use of the excess food from yesterday’s meal. Tortilla is a thin, flatbread made up of flour or corn meal which is typically served with savoury fillings or salad. Here’s a simple tortilla recipe that you can make ahead of time and store it…

How to make a Healthy & Creamy Carbonara from scratch?

Are you curious on how to cook the real Carbonara sauce without completely relying on vacuum packed sauces from the supermarkets? I used to do the same but a query comes into mind of knowing why do we have to buy those expensive packs, if we could make our very own Carbonara sauce from scratch. For all…