Easy Homemade Caesar Dressing

Easy Homemade Caesar Dressing

I think the most popular Dressing for Salads is the Caesar Dressing (Ceasar). You can easily buy them in bottles at the groceries or supermarkets, but nothing beats the fresh, homemade kind! Here is the simplest Caesar Dressing you will ever find!   5.0 from 1 reviews Print Easy Homemade Caesar Dressing Author: Bebs Prep time:  5 mins Cook time:  5 mins Total time:  10 mins Serves: 1 bottle   Ingredients 1 cup Mayonnaise ½ Tbsp Mustard 1 Tsp Fish Sauce 2 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar 2 Tbsp grated Parmesan Cheese 2 Tbsp Olive Oil 1 Tbsp…Read more→
Pickled Cherries

Pickled Cherries

Cherries for free!!! Yippee!!! Since the season for cherries started, I have been eyeing the cherry trees in the parking lot of the compound where Armin and, now, I work. He used to tell me how he would he would pick some and eat them directly from these trees and how good they are. Here is the story…One day about some weeks ago; I was to meet my friend, Riza, after work so we could drive together to the Asian Food store some kilometers away from where I work and where she nearby…Read more→
Greek Pasta Salad

Greek Pasta Salad

Summer = barbecue time!  I know that meat (chicken, pork, beef and even fish) gets to be the star of the party but let us not forget to give salads due credit as they also play an important role. Here in Germany, the most common salad paired to grilled meat is ‘Kartoffelsalat’ or the German potato salad. It is not limited to grilled meat of course or to just summer, it is usually served at lunch or dinner all-year round with any roasted, grilled or fried meat. But we are not gonna talk…Read more→
Fruit Salad with Honey Chia Dressing

Fruit Salad with Honey Chia Dressing

Mix of different fresh fruits are already good and delicious on their own. But this honey chia dressing adds sweetness and delectable crunch into any fruit salad, not to mention, loads of nutrients and a lot of health benefits.Did you know, that... Chia seeds are known as superfood since they contain healthy omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, fiber, antioxidants, and calcium. This little seeds are also high in quality proteins which is perfect for vegans, vegetarians or raw foodist. Aside from being an energy booster it is also said that it helps regulate blood sugar,…Read more→
Mango Mayo Dressing

Mango Mayo Dressing

During my five-week vacation in the Philippines, we dine out a lot! There were so many new restaurants opening in my hometown, Pampanga, that we just have to try and check some of them out. One time, we were out for lunch at Barneys Burger as per recommendation of my mama's friend. Food was great and at reasonable prices too! But what really caught my taste buds was their salad called Ali-Mango Salad,  witty-named after 'alimango'-which means crab in Filipino or Tagalog, since this salad is a combination of mango and crab sticks or surimi dressed…Read more→
How to make mayonnaise

How to make mayonnaise

Why do you need to know how to make homemade mayonnaise, one might ask. Well, it may just come handy specially when you are having a party and planning on making macaroni salad only to discovered that you do not have enough mayonnaise in the fridge and the worst part is that it is Sunday and no grocery store or supermarket is open , like in Germany, and you do not want to ask some from neighbors (just because.) Another reason is, well, it is really easy and best thing about making your own…Read more→
Fiddlehead fern Salad (Ensaladang Pako)

Fiddlehead fern Salad (Ensaladang Pako)

It is a happy new year indeed, I am back in my homeland, Philippines, for the whole month, courtesy of my sweet and loving honey! Now, first things first, I made a list of all the food that I craved for so much and also of all the restaurants and fastfoods that I missed the past year and there's a lot of them. I gave my mama my wish list and went with my parents yesterday morning to our local market to buy what we need. We were already a bit late since market starts really…Read more→
Couscous Salad

Couscous Salad

Last year, Armin and I stopped over for some days in Dubai on our way back to Germany from our Philippine vacation to do some sightseeing and also to visit my two younger sisters and brother-in-law who live there (although we were just with the couple  while in the Philippines as they also took some time off to go home). We had a blast of a time and got a good view of Dubai in various perspectives although I am sure there are lots more to see but we reserve those for next time…Read more→