ENDED – Flip Belgian Waffle Maker, eCookbook & Printable recipe cards

ENDED – Flip Belgian Waffle Maker, eCookbook & Printable recipe cards

Who could be the lucky winner of this Flip Belgian Waffle Maker? To old subscribers, please note the changes on the drawing of a giveaway winner below. We made these changes, since so often in the past months, the winners drawn have not responded to the email notification we sent, thus, requiring us to draw a new winner 2-3 times more. I, therefore, remind you to please, please, please...check your emails and also your spam folder for Foxy Folksy announcements. Giveaway Rules: We will be drawing one (1) winner for the giveaway prize, Flip Belgian Waffle Maker, but if…Read more→
Coconut Macaroons – Filipino Version

Coconut Macaroons – Filipino Version

This is the Filipino version of coconut macaroons. I, of course, knew only of this version. But while surfing the net I realized that there are other kinds out there..hehe! They are supposed to be denser while the Filipino coconut macaroons have a lighter or airy texture and are softer.  We usually also bake them in these cute little cupcake liners. The first time I made them was back in high school. We had a subject called T.H.E. or Technology and Home Economics (I am not sure if it still exists today) where…Read more→
Ginataang Tilapia (Tilipia in Spicy Coconut Milk)

Ginataang Tilapia (Tilipia in Spicy Coconut Milk)

Try this creamy and spicy, Ginataang Tilapia (Tilapia in coconut milk) recipe. All done in less than 15 minutes! This Ginataang Tilapia is one of the easiest dishes you can do with Tilapia fish. The word 'ginataan' means to cook in coconut milk.  Armin just loves anything that is cooked in coconut milk. His favorite is still, of course, Chicken Curry. You can serve it to him every day and he will never get tired of it! Although he is now starting to get used to eating fish, I find that this recipe…Read more→
Authentic Laing Recipe (Taro leaves in Coconut Milk)

Authentic Laing Recipe (Taro leaves in Coconut Milk)

Get this Bicolano Laing recipe! Dried Taro leaves cooked in coconut milk with a lot of chilies! A simple no-fuss recipe that is as authentic as it can get!I wanted to make Laing for the longest time. However, dried Taro leaves are not available in Germany but now that we are back in the Philippines, I grabbed the chance to make some. Buying the dried Taro leaves was the easiest part as they are available in most big supermarkets. Now, I had the option to buy canned coconut milk or use a fresh…Read more→
Hohenzollern Castle – Travel to the past and enjoy the spectacular view atop a mountain…

Hohenzollern Castle – Travel to the past and enjoy the spectacular view atop a mountain…

After a few days, when we were with my in-laws in Nördlingen, I wanted to show them a beautiful castle, which can be found in the middle of Baden-Württemberg, in this case, not far away from the place we live. It is not as well-known as Neuschwanstein Castle, the most popular German castle among tourists from around the world who come to visit all year round, which is, for us, a big plus! That means no long queues just to get a ticket and definitely not as crowded!   I was the last time…Read more→
ENDED – 24-Pieces Flatware Set, eCookbook & Printable recipe cards

ENDED – 24-Pieces Flatware Set, eCookbook & Printable recipe cards

Who could be the lucky winner of this  24-Pieces Flatware Set? To old subscribers, please note the changes on the drawing of a giveaway winner below. We made these changes, since so often in the past months, the winners drawn have not responded to the email notification we sent, thus, requiring us to draw a new winner 2-3 times more. I, therefore, remind you to please, please, please...check your emails and also your spam folder for Foxy Folksy announcements. Giveaway Rules: We will be drawing one (1) winner for the giveaway prize, 24-Pieces Flatware Set, but if…Read more→
Japanese Siomai Recipe

Japanese Siomai Recipe

This Japanese Siomai is really easy and simple to make. Two of the most well-loved Asian dishes, Sushi and Siomai, combined into one! Another great and easy recipe I got from my best sis-in-law! Japanese Siomai can be served as starters or even as the main dish itself. It also requires very simple ingredients.    You just roll it like you would a regular sushi with the crab sticks as the filling. Then cut them into the desired size.  Then you steam them like you would Siomai.  One of the highlights of this…Read more→
Traffic & Income Report – August 2017

Traffic & Income Report – August 2017

Updated! (November 3, 2017) Since I published this report last 27th of October, we received our final figures from Blogher for the month of August and it requires us to update this report to reflect the correct one.  Welcome once again to our monthly income and traffic report! We decided to do this to give you a glimpse into what is going on ‘behind the posts’ at Foxy Folksy and for us to keep track of the developments on our attempt in making Foxy Folksy an income-generating blog.  Hopefully, sharing this will also…Read more→