Category: Recipes

How to Make The Best Strawberry – Rhubarb Pie Crisp

How to Make The Best Strawberry – Rhubarb Pie Crisp

Strawberries and rhubarb are like a perfect marriage blessed by the Gods. Sweet, ripe strawberries that perfectly balances the bold tang of rhubarb. Colorful, tangy, and sweet, this is the spirit of summer. The number one thing that comes to mind when you see strawberry READ MORE

How to make all-purpose pie crust?

How to make all-purpose pie crust?

This all-purpose pie crust lets the stand mixer do all the job. The biggest advantage of using a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment instead of using your hands is, it doesn’t melt the butter. All you will get is the gold medal worth READ MORE

The best  grilled Mongolian Pork Chop

The best grilled Mongolian Pork Chop

This grilled pork chop, once marinated, you can cook it in any way you want. You can pan-fry or bake as well. But all the good things happen in the barbecue grill. Grill grates have the power to deliver that savory caramelization (in other words, READ MORE

Joy of kale and sweet potato salad with tarragon vinaigrette

Joy of kale and sweet potato salad with tarragon vinaigrette

You know Kale! Hey, Everyone talks about kale as the hottest since, well,… ever. This leafy vegetable reached celebrity status around 2012 where Bonappettite magazine named “The year of Kale”. and the United States declared “National kale Day” on October 2, 2013. Kale displaced any READ MORE

The most Amazing Rhubarb Upside-down Cake I ever Had

The most Amazing Rhubarb Upside-down Cake I ever Had

The most Amazing Rhubarb Upside-down Cake I ever had. Rhubarb found its way to pack the sunshine of summer and the sweetness of spring in this tender, moist and impeccable rhubarb cake; promising to boost the mood.

Chicken Tinola – Filipino food for Comfort

Chicken Tinola – Filipino food for Comfort

Chicken Tinola is a Filipino stew or soup dish. Made of chicken pieces and Green papaya wedges or chayote in a gingery broth (or other vegetables like green beans). Malunggay (moringa leaves) or chilli leaves are added at the end making it the traditional Filipino soup dish. This is often served during cold weather and the perfect antidote for someone who is having a dull moment.