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Kalabasa and Pumpkins Galore: A Pinoy Halloween in the States

This is the first of a series of post-event notes about two months spent in the East Coast, USA.

One of the best things about visiting the US in the Fall is celebrating Halloween. 568 more words



Hey! How’s it going?

So, the second semester has started, and I’m doing a class in Sheridan College Trafalgar called: “Digital Media: Movement and Sound.” Basically, we have to submit 4 project assignments throughout the semester, which we filmed with the school’s Canon 7D cameras. 113 more words


Squash Okoy Recipe (Kabocha Squash Fritters)

I love squash especially the one with dark green exterior with deep yellow flesh known as “calabaza” (“kalabasa” in Philippines). Another Asian variety similar in appearance to calabaza is Japanese pumpkin or “kabocha”. 328 more words


Ginataang Hipon at Kalabasa (Shrimp & Kabocha Squash in Coconut Milk)

This squash vegetable made in coconut milk is not a stranger dish to me. Although, it’s my first time to make this popular Filipino recipe, I grew up with our mom making it every now and then. 393 more words


Ginisang Kalabasa

Cooking time: 15
Servings: 1
Calories – 191 cal


1 cup squash/kalabasa, diced (56)
1 clove garlic, minced (10cal)
1 tbsp onion, chopped (70g) (4cal) 60 more words

5:2 Fast Meals

Kalabasa Ukoy

Fritters as street food as usual (in countless variations) like this vegetable one made from squash. 7 more words


Ginisang Gulay

This is how you do it.

  1. Saute garlic and onions.
  2. Add the vegetables (this one includes kalabasa, okra and talbos ng kamote)
  3. Add water, salt, minced black pepper and soy sauce (optional).
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