Now a month back in NZ after a long holiday from the Philippines! Lots of food photos in my HD but too lazy to blog. Yeah, I know. But I am trying hard to get back to my usual blogging … Continue reading Corned Beef Hash
Minsan, may craving kami sa pizza. Kaso minsan din, ayaw naman bumili ng paboritong pizza o magluto nito… Continue reading Pizza Bread for Merienda
Comfort food ito. Masarap kainin tag-ulan man o tag-init… Continue reading Tuyo
… 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
A quick visit to a dairy selling Pinoy goodies yesterday and voila! Our stash includes tocino, longgonisa, tinapang galunggong, and our favorite canned sardines. Just right for this week’s La.Pi.S. theme silog. Our lunch… longsilog! Longganisa, sinangag at itlog.
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
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.
Yup, I’m still in Hobbiton land and enjoying every minute of it! A week here and I’ve been around already, even went snowboarding up Mt. Ruapehu which apparently was where Frodo and Sam found Gollum. Below was breakfast last Sunday … Continue reading Breakfast at Lake Taupo
Back in Beijing, it’s no use buying a lot of fresh goods to cook as we spend little time here and days of eating gourmet food made us crave for simpler things in life. So for three days, we had hotdogs, omelet, sauteed long beans and cucumber salad fresh from our Client’s orchard, spaghetti with bacon and sausages tossed in olive oil as requested by the kiddo, and canned goods such as tuna chunks, corned beef hash and of course, sardines. Back home, canned sardines is a staple for breakfast and the pantry should always have at least a can in stock. According to Mike, wag isnabin… it’s also a gourmet delight!
So how do you like your sardines? Plain and uncooked? Stir-fried with egg? With misua? With a little vinegar? Sauteed with tomatoes and onions? Now this sounds like a fun meme! Hmmm… then I’d like to tag Mike and Toni and Anne and if you think you like canned sardines… you are also tagged!
As for me, it all depends on the brand and here we fell in love with a local brand. The sauce is tasty and sweet; maybe because tomatoes here are sweet. If it’s just me, I’ll be happy to have it uncooked with diced raw onion, salt and pepper.
But for A, everything must always be cooked. So here is one of the many ways he likes it – sauteed with onions till dry.
We were out the whole day. So tired I just opened a tin of our favorite Russian brand corned beef. Here’s a photo before it was lightly heated with onion rings and ringlets of onion spring. Ain’t the picture great? … Continue reading A Tale of Tinned Corned Beef
Server problem is gone (Whew!). Back to normal way of blogging though I kinda like what I did with my last post. I think I’d do it again for the recipes next time. Hmmmm…. I used to sulk for not finding a can of corned beef here in Beijing but lo! The neighborhood Russian store always saves my day. I took the liberty to go through the canned goods section and found this can shown below. I couldn’t read a character but that cow logo somehow made me think it’s gotta be corned beef. (I bought a similar can months … Continue reading Russian Brand Corned Beef
What else am I going to miss? Corned beef. When Ate (my sis) was here autumn last year, I told her we couldn’t find corned beef in Beijing so she gave me some in packets to bring back here. Now we’ve finished the last packet. Sobs! On the other hand, one can always prepare his/her corned beef. I may do that some other time…
What is it about Philippine brand corned beef? Purefoods, swifts, argentina, even rodeo (do we still have it?), you name it. They’re really great especially the chunky ones (or I just miss the taste of it). Not even those imported brands from the mideast, NZ and or even from down under can compare. That’s just my opinion of course and I think I should try those from the US and Ireland…
… other Irish people feel that Corned Beef and cabbage is about as Irish as Spaghetti and meatballs. That beef was a real delicacy usually served only to the kings.
I normally cook corned beef 2 ways and serve them one time – 1 sauteed and another 1 soupy w/ potatoes. Check it out…