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(My first entry to a writing competition. Thank you to the Doreen G. Fernandez Food Writing Awards 2017 for the 2nd place honors . ) 790 more words

Chef Giney


Bagoong, the salty, fermented seafood paste, is a linchpin in any Filipino’s kitchens. It is always used as a condiment in Philippine cuisine. The preparation of this condiment varies from any part of the country. 308 more words


Pork Binagoongan - Pork and Fried Fermented Shrimp Paste

A sweet and salty pork dish that goes perfectly with a pipping, hot bowl of rice. The secret ingredient to this delectable Filipino delicacy? Bagoong! 493 more words

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My Five Most Favorite Asian Cooking Ingredients

Cooking is one of my favorite de-stressors. I heard that baking is more effective to blow off steam, but  I don’t have an oven yet. We still have lots of pending home construction projects, so for now, I will concentrate on cooking different dishes instead. 672 more words


Pork Binagoongan

Hello Everyone! It’s been awhile since I posted something here in my blog :D been busy taking good care of my kids, i have two kids now btw. 142 more words


A Delicious Recipe for Vegan Filipino Peanut Stew, Kare-Kare

If you are trying to cut down on eating meat for health reasons, or are already a vegetarian, the Astig Vegan blog is a great resource. 166 more words

Filipino Cuisine