Saturday, January 30, 2010

Bread Crumbs

Another cooking ingredient that I bought from the grocery this week was this pack of bread crumbs that are made of small particles of dry bread which are used for breading or crumbing foods. It  is a good coating ingredient in making  crisp and crunchy  fried foods like seafoods or meats. My deep fried dishes would surely taste great using this cooking component.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Yummy Mamon

I gave into my sweet indulgence the other day. These mamon (sponge cakes) just filled out my cravings. I like the soft, creamy taste of these cheese and ube flavors. Some sweet favorites to eat during break from the crazy moods of life.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Lapu-Lapu Meal

This meal was perfect for the rainy days of this week. Lapu-lapu (grouper) fish in broth and vegetables (water spinach and radish). I like the taste of lapu-lapu in any kind of preparation whether fried, broth,fillet or steamed. This is freshly available in the wet market so when I have a chance I see to it that I buy one for cooking.

Monday, January 18, 2010

New Tumblers

I bought this new tumblers while strolling in the kitchen department of the mall. Simple but nice glasses with flat bottom without handle or stem. I like using them for drinking cool beverages like juices,wines,iced tea, etc. I have some additions to my glasses collection because some were already broken for long time of use.

Fishy Weekend

It was a fish menu for dinner last Saturday and I cooked this fresh Maya-Maya steamed in ginger,soy sauce,garlic,pepper and garnished with leeks. Cook in slow fire so that the fish would stay firm with flesh and bones together.Served yummy hot for a cool rainy evening.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Pasta Salad

Preparing this Macaroni Salad was awaited by my cooking fans at home because I haven't cooked it for a long time.Perhaps their taste buds were craving for it and the holiday season was the perfect time to had this sweet,creamy macaroni salad. The blend of ingredients like fruit cocktail,cheese,raisins,pineapple crushed,mayonnaise,salad &sandwich mate,nata de coco and milk made this salad a perfect treat at home.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Yakisoba Day

I enjoy cooking international dish like this Yakisoba, a well known Japanese fried noodle dish. It is prepared by stir frying ramen style noodles with bite sized pork (or bacon bits), vegetables like carrots, cabbage and onions and flavored with Yakisoba sauce, salt and pepper. One easy to prepare menu at home.New to my taste buds but really delicious that everyone at home wanted to taste this Japanese food.


My cousin just bought a new car and he was so happy that his dream to own a brand new one was finally realized. The car was delivered by the auto company directly to his home. What a great Christmas present because he received it just before December 25 last year. We were all excited for the brand new car also. Wow, what a beautiful car! My cousin carefully checked all the car details including the accessories. I was also trying to checked some details and found out that the car  was equipped with steering rack. Then I thought this could be very durable and of good quality. While doing some research about  it, it  tells that quality kind of car accessories like this should be chosen . My cousin is really smart enough for buying the best quality product for his car. Now he is happy  for the results and performance of his brand new car as well as me enjoying the ride.

Red Wine Drink

During the holidays most of the food eaten were red meat and this red wine is a perfect after meals drink. Fortunella red wine is deliciously sweet tasting wine. I had it taken while savoring dishes like beef stew, pork adobo,baby back ribs and many more yummy menus. It contains a little percentage of alcohol so moderate drinking should be observed. Cheers!

Rapidshare search

Its been a year already that I indulged myself on blogging activities online. Sometimes I find a hard time searching for some pertinent word or group of words or maybe some cooking terms that I do not understand. So most of my research and searches are all based online and Rapidshare Search Engine greatly helped me on my internet activities. I never had a hard time doing my assignments or some opportunities because of it. I think it really pays to do searches because you can explore lots of new terms not only to blogging but to any passion or interests that you want to do using the internet. I even shared this to my friend Myla and she was also excited to know more about  it. She even told me that she spread the news to some of her friends to. Well that is great mouth advertising to friends.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

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Friday, January 1, 2010

Cooking Momo

My cousin Grace taught me this Momo, a Nepali (from Nepal) kind of food. It is very similar to dumplings. Ground beef & pork were combined together with finely chopped onions and ginger extract. It was individually wrapped in dumpling or wanton wrappers. The sauce includes tomatoes,celery,garlic,chili and sesame oil blended together to produce a thick dipping.The procedure really took time so you need to have patience to carefully wrapped small portions of meat. This is a unique kind of cooking for me but it was worth an effort. I love the taste! One international cuisine that is worth a try.