Minsan, may craving kami sa pizza. Kaso minsan din, ayaw naman bumili ng paboritong pizza o magluto nito… Continue reading Pizza Bread for Merienda
First of all, happy birthday to Lasang Pinoy, Sundays! And for this Sunday’s theme One, let me share the recipe of my first-ever homemade pizza… Continue reading (Homemade) Pepperoni & Salami Pizza
Goto. Comfort food. Childhood memories. Reminds me of “Goto Heaven” back home. This is my version… Continue reading Goto
Making beef tapa is part of Mom’s cooking legacy. (Probably all moms anyway.) She would marinate beef and stash it in the fridge for a day or two. When she thinks it’s the right time, cook it in a jiffy, … Continue reading Beef Tapa (& Tapsilog)
… Being in NZ where fresh milk makes the world go round, we are having fun serving fresh milk as thick fluffy froth on champorado! Continue reading Fluffy, Frothy Champorado
This is not the typical way of preparing garlic bread. Rather the lazy way… or not… Continue reading La.Pi.S: Garlic Bread
Something new for packed lunch to work and filling can be whatever you like. No chopped onions please… Continue reading Chicken Tortilla Wraps
I found this fabulous recipe book on sale when we were shopping for Christmas gifts and I’m quite satisfied with the million menus each with beautiful photos inside. It also has a section for desserts, may not be much but really good ones. The first time I peeked through, I already had my eye on this banana muffin recipe.
The first time I tried this recipe I must have mixed more banana than necessary. The taste was right but the texture isn’t. The 2nd time around, it’s perfect. They all made it through my box of Christmas goodies.
Wagi! Yun ang masasabi ko sa aking baking adventures na wala pa yatang dalawang buwan. Paminsan-minsan ay nakararanas din ng mga pagkakamali. Tulad ng… – ilagay daw ba agad ang icing sa bagong lutong cupcakes e di nalusaw agad. – … Continue reading LP#35: Matagumpay na Butterfly Cupcakes
Don’t get excited (but I am!). I stepped outside my comfort zone and bake! It has always been my plan to start baking and it took me this long. Whew! I had googled lots of baking recipes, even asked blog … Continue reading ISKAndals Bakes!… Vanilla Mini-Cupcakes
You’re right, that is the infamous Chinese brand Maling. Photo taken more than a year ago back in Beijing before the brand was taken off the shelves in supermarkets elsewhere (but not in China, I suppose) having been found traces … Continue reading La.Pi.S11: How Do You Cook Your Luncheon Meat?
I know sausages or hotdogs appeal to kids no matter what but I still like a little presentation for the kiddo. I cut or slice the sausages for juice to come out but I usually play around to create interesting … Continue reading Kiddie Sausages
Crunch, crunch, crunch! Make way for chicharon! It’s love at first crunch. Like all cravings, they call to be satisfied. Chicharon Author: Iska Recipe type: Appetizer, Snack Prep time: 2 hours 5 mins Cook time: 1 hour 20 mins Total time: 3 … Continue reading Chicharon
That is yummy French toast prepared by A, which isn’t French at all. But it doesn’t really matter; it still is one of our son’s favorite for breakfast.
I love rice but when it comes to getting imaginative with cooking featuring rice, I’m afraid I can not rice to the challenge. Naku, kung hindi ako nagkakamali... I could only go as far as cooking arroz caldo and lugaw. But despite my busy schedule and jet lag (yeah, surprise, surprise! I am having a 2-week vacation back in Beijing!), I just couldn’t miss an LP round.
Here is a quick and simple recipe for egg fried rice that I usually prepare for breakfast to go with anything fried like tuyo, dilis (dried anchovies), longgonisa, tocino and the likes. Beware… it may not be for you. He he he I don’t wanna be responsible if you get Salmonella bacteria so just go check out this site before trying it.