Try this meaty, very cheesy and slightly spicy Chili Cheese Fries or Potato Wedges. It is also easy to make and is done in a jiffy. A complete meal all in itself. How can something that is so simple be so deliciously good!? Well I am just happy for quick and easy recipes like this one specially when I have a really busy schedule and with so less time to prepare dinner. It is really a life saver! Of course I used frozen pack of fries or in this case, potato wedges, but if you are…Read more→
Try this white bread recipe and learn the secret to have the softest and most pillowy homemade white bread you can ever make without using commercial or synthetic bread softener. Because Madiss asked for it, so here it is! The recipe for the softest and most pillowy homemade loaf or white bread (that I can find). Inspired from dessert first girl. One of the things that I miss when I moved to Germany is the white bread. In the Philippines, it is known in different names: loaf bread, pan, tasty, toast or others just…Read more→
This bacon-wrapped Pangasius fillet is one of the easiest dish you can make with fish yet also one of the tastiest. The bacon, having lots of fats, keeps the fish from drying out while being cooked and adds flavor to the fish itself. A fish dish that will surely be loved by young and old alike. My mother-in-law, Waltraud -to whom I am so thankful for, was the one who taught me about this bacon-wrapped Pangasius fillet recipe some years ago which I also shared to my mama and my sisters and it…Read more→
Say hello to spring with this nutty and garlicky Wild Garlic Pesto. Simply perfect for making pasta, adding flavor to your fish, lamp or beef or simply spreading on your favorite bread. I've made this wild garlic pesto recently and it is absolutely yummy. I love love love pesto but I've only known basil pesto all my life until I came to Germany and was introduced to Ramsons or Wild garlic (we don't have them in the Philippines...no winter). They call it Bärlauch or Baerlauch here in Germany which if translated literally would mean…Read more→
Brazo de Mercedes is another delicious Filipino dessert that is made of soft, pillowy meringue with rich custard filling rolled into a log, jelly roll fashion. Learn the secret to get that perfect meringue with super fine foamy texture that easily melts in your mouth like magic! It is also so easy it can be done in about 30 minutes!
Who could be the lucky winner of this Kitchen Utensil Set with Carousel??? This colorful 7-piece utensil set will surely bring color and life to any kitchen and how practical and space-saving having them hanging on the carousel stand. Nice! Announcement of the winner will be made in the next days...so stay tuned!!! Giveaway Rules: We are drawing one (1) winner and for the giveaway prize, Kitchen Utensil with Carousel, but if this item is not available at the winner's country, a comparative product of equal value will be sent. This…Read more→
Spring is back and that means it is time to start planting again. I think I have mentioned before that we moved (again) to another apartment, one that is closer to where Armin and I work. This time we found a place that has a small garden...hurray!!! But the thing is the whole lot is covered in grass! Although there is a patch without grass on it, the previous renter, however, covered the ground with garden foil then topped it with really thick mulch to stop the weeds from growing and and the…Read more→
Yaaaayyyy!!! I cannot believe that I was able to make these Pastel de Nata or Portuguese Egg Tarts. They are so amazingly good, just like how I remembered them...light and smooth egg custard with crisp flaky puff pastry. The first time I had these was on my very first out-of-the country trip to Macau back in 2007 with two good friends, Romina and Leony, it was quite an adventure and so much fun and it was also at this time that I mastered (somehow) using chopsticks out of necessity (and hunger). Portuguese Egg…Read more→