My Kitchen Project: Pakbet Tagalog ala Cucina de Entereso

So, what exactly is Pakbet Tagalog? I just called it as such because the traditional Pakbet is an Ilocano dish that is cooked using bagoong isda. I, however, used Alamang or Bagoong guisado which is what we Tagalogs prefer to use. And speaking of bagoong or alamang, it is of utmost importance that you use …

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My Kitchen Project: Japanese Vongole

Vongole  is one of my favorite pasta but I have never attempted to cook the dish until recently. Honestly it’s not a complicated dish to make but it can be tricky to get the flavors right especially if you don’t scrub the clams clean and de-grit them properly. Not having all the right ingredients needed for …

Look like a Million Bucks Without  Breaking the Bank With Groupon

*This post is sponsored by Groupon. All opinions and text are mine.   On a scale of 1 to Kim Kardashian, how high-maintenance are you?  Unless you were born with awesome genes  like Camilla Belle or Miranda Kerr who doesn’t need to do anything to look gorg and flawless, we mere mortals sadly need our …

My Kitchen Project (Adobo Series v.1): Pork Adobo With Liver Spread

2 weeks ago, “Ang Pinaka,” a local TV show on GMA News TV, featured the top 10 most famous versions of Adobo. Being  Adobo as one of my all-time Pinoy dishes, aba’y natakam ako! So, I decided to do  different versions of Adobo for this blog as part of my My Kitchen Project Series.So, for the …