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Laing, Anyone?

Our taro plants are blooming well. They¬† have large and healthy leaves. Yesterday, I gathered two young shoots of the leaves and made them into a tasty… 28 more words


Laing a.k.a Taro Leaves in Coconut Cream

Laing is a Filipino dish made of dried taro leaves stewed in coconut cream. It originates from the Bicol region where coconut cream and chilis are commonly used in cooking. 750 more words

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Saucy Pancit Canton

Pancit (also spelled as pansit) refers to both the main ingredient and dishes made with noodles. It is a common dish served in parties because 1) it can feed a crowd and 2) it is always a crowdpleaser. 615 more words

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Pork BBQ on Skewers ala Mommy Beng

This is my mother-in-law’s version of the Filipino pork BBQ skewers which we served at my twin niece and nephew’s 7th birthday bash and again at a recent family picnic. 367 more words

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RECIPE - Chopsuey

Chopsuey is one Filipino dish known to be of Chinese origin. It is basically made-up of different kinds of vegetable with meat (chicken or pork) and seafood (shrimp or fish). 300 more words


Pork Adobo

My rule for any traditional recipe is to keep it simple and stick with the classic! 207 more words


Spicy Eggplant with shrimp paste

Binagoongang Talong recipe (Eggplant with shrimp paste is one of Filipinos common dish that people serve normally for lunch, dinner or on any occasion and it is always partnered with steamed hot rice. 300 more words