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Bagoong Fried Rice

A typical pinoy breakfast is sinangag which is usually a day-old cooked rice stir-fried with lots of garlic. I decided to step it up with adding scallions and bagoong (shrimp paste). 159 more words


Bento Baon: Little Yellow Flowers

Today is non-kyaraben bento day. Nonetheless, it didn’t stop me from trying to make my bento pretty.  197 more words

Bento Baon

Pork Binagoongan (fermented shrimp paste stewed pork)

This is Jade’s 2nd favorite Filipino dish.   I cooked this batch because she requested me to make it for dinner.

Just like the salty and fermented Korean Kimchi, the Filipino shrimp paste is a perfect match with pork. 223 more words


Homemade Bagoong (Shrimp or Fish Paste)

Whenever friends ask me what brand of bagoong alamang (shrimp paste) or bagoong isda (fish paste) we use, I proudly tell them that we never buy instead we (meaning my Mom) make our own.  405 more words


Foodstagram: Pineapple w/ Shrimp Paste

Pineapple is one of my favorite fruit because it’s juicy with a hint of sweet and sour taste. The fruit’s core provide it’s crunchiness in every bite. 66 more words


My favorite Pinoy grocery items

Three of my must-have items when I go to Tessa’s store, the closest Filipino store in my area, are the sardines, bagoong na isda (fish paste) and chicharon (pork cracklings). 262 more words