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Importance of House Chores to Kids

I strongly believe that a person of who you are today is the reflection or the result of your upbringing. Childhood is a very important stage in life. Children absorb everything around them, and they are exceptionally sponge-like in their capacity to learn and mirror both good and bad behaviors from the time they are very young. For instance, teaching them doing house chores at an early age can truly benefit … Continue reading Importance of House Chores to Kids

Chicken Tinola Soup Recipe | Tinolang Manok Recipe

Chicken Tinola or Tinolang Manok is a very popular Filipino dish. This dish consists normally of chicken, chili pepper leaves, green papaya, ginger, onion, and fish sauce. Chayote or Sayote is often replaced with green papaya, and chili pepper leaves or Dahon ng Sili with malunggay leaves whichever is available in the region. Chicken Tinola … Continue reading Chicken Tinola Soup Recipe | Tinolang Manok Recipe

Pork Picadillo Recipe | How to cook Pinoy Style Picadillo

Picadillo is a popular food in many countries in Latin America and the Philippines. It is a classic meat dish (ground pork or beef) with raisins, olives, tomatoes, and potatoes. Ingredients can vary according to region. Yummy! In Spanish, Picadillo is the tiny version of "cut" or "ground." Its descriptive name gives away the main … Continue reading Pork Picadillo Recipe | How to cook Pinoy Style Picadillo

Shrimp Caldereta Recipe using Mama Sita’s Caldereta Mix | Kalderetang Hipon

Caldereta or Kaldereta has different variations using beef, pork, and chicken. It is meat stewed in vegetables and liver spread. Plus a touch of heat and saltiness from the cheese. The name Caldereta derives from the Spanish word "caldera" which means cauldron. The Spaniards brought this dish to the Philippines during their three hundred year … Continue reading Shrimp Caldereta Recipe using Mama Sita’s Caldereta Mix | Kalderetang Hipon

Best Kept Secret of the South, the Too Much Chocolate Chip Cookie by the Fet Boys

If you have ever wanted to know what it feels like to be hugged by a cookie, then you need to try the Too Much Chocolate Chip Cookie created and baked by the Fet Boys. If you've never heard of them, it's because their cookies are so good, people don't want to share for fear … Continue reading Best Kept Secret of the South, the Too Much Chocolate Chip Cookie by the Fet Boys

Pininyahang Manok Recipe | Pineapple Chicken Recipe

Pininyahang Manok or Pineapple Chicken is a combination of chicken, milk and pineapple. Some cook it with cocomilk or gata while others uses milk. In this recipe I will be using evaporated milk and pineapple juice with pineapple chunks. Pininyahang Manok has been my favorite since I was a kid. I can tell that my … Continue reading Pininyahang Manok Recipe | Pineapple Chicken Recipe

Steamed Cream Dory | Steamed Fish with Ginger and Soy Sauce | Asian Recipe

Steaming Fish is the simplest way to cook a fish. I love this recipe so much because it gives you a taste of authentic Chinese cuisine at some point. Just for me though. But this recipe reminds me of going out and dine-in at a Chinese restaurant. No fancy ingredients, just ginger and soy sauce … Continue reading Steamed Cream Dory | Steamed Fish with Ginger and Soy Sauce | Asian Recipe

Beef Salpicao | The Best and Easy Recipe

Are you craving for something beefy and garlicky in flavor? Beef Salpicao is perfect for that. Beef Salpicao is a very indulgent and simple to make dish. It all started with a juicy, well-marbled piece of beef tenderloin beef stir-fry. However, I'll be using sirloin in this recipe instead. Creating mouth watering, rich-tasting beef salpicao … Continue reading Beef Salpicao | The Best and Easy Recipe