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Hot ginger tea (salabat)

The East Coast is getting blasted with a “bomb cyclone” today, which means heavy snow and punishing winds. So I made ginger tea to keep warm and to soothe my sore throat (I’m blaming the dryness in the air inside my home; the heater is working overtime and the humidifier isn’t helping much). 124 more words

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Cho Dang Gol: Post-Christmas dinner

Our homes are packed with all sorts of delicious Christmas leftovers so, of course, my cousins and I decided to go out for dinner the day after. 333 more words

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Adobong Kuhol

Somebody gave my mom some snails today but we didn’t have coconut milk to cook these with so I decided on the classic adobo.

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Bistig

We call this bistig in Capampangan and bistek in Filipino. It is a bastardization of beef steak — actually beef chucks marinated and stewed in calamansi juice and soy sauce. 70 more words

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Fiesta fish

I call it fiesta fish because it is usually served on festive ocassions. It is rather easy to make but looks and tastes delicious.

Salt a whole fish (any kind of ocean fish) and steam for 30 minutes. 49 more words

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Recipe: Chicken tinola

It’s raining and it’s kinda chilly so, of course, I was totally craving steaming hot chicken tinola. Fortunately, I had the makings of the dish/soup in the fridge. 277 more words

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Burong mangga (pickled mangoes)

I bought  a couple of green mangoes but they were way too sour so I decided to pickle them instead. 

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