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Friday, July 7, 2006

3:33PM - Filipino recipe site

I've found a GREAT site for Filipino recipes.
If you didn't already know, here it is.

http://kumain.com/

Enjoy!

Thursday, April 13, 2006

8:30AM



i have blog envy.

is there a site like this for filipino food?!

Saturday, February 25, 2006

2:50PM - Fake Palabok

Surprisingly tastes like the real thing...

For the sauce combine -
Cream of Mushroom soup
Clam Chowder
Smoked oysters
Ground pork sauted in garlic
a bit of red food coloring if you wish

Put that on top of rice noodles, cooked

for toppings -
crushed chicaron (fried crunchy pork skins)
chopped up boiled eggs
whatever else you put on top of palabok

Enjoy!

Current mood: satisfied

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

12:40PM - Manong Ken's Carinderia new address

http://www.tribo.org/filipinofood/recipes/recipeweek.html

I checked the link posted in a previous post, but it's no longer valid. Above is the new one!

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

8:55AM - Lookie what I found

http://www.filipinovegetarianrecipe.com/

I'm not a vegetarian. There's no way I could give up chicken/beef/pork/animals for that matter but I thought this was an interesting take. Maybe this is a good idea for Lent, next year.

Sunday, June 19, 2005

10:22AM - Sudden craving...

...for piaya! However, since it's somewhat hard to find (I haven't seen it anywhere here in the Filipino grocery stores - Panorama City, etc.), does anyone have a recipe they'd be willing to give up? Please?

Thanks!

Wednesday, June 8, 2005

9:43AM

Why is it that the Nora Daza cookbook, Let's Cook with Nora, is so darn hard to acquire here in the US? Grrr. Tatak Pilipino had one (one!) copy of it. The other places online that had it were around the same price...but then you end up paying $10-20 for shipping costs because they have to "airmail" it from the Philippines. Grrr.

The Nora Daza cookbook should be a staple in every Filipino's kitchen.

Friday, January 21, 2005

11:32PM

i just made a soup based on my memory of it... no idea what it's called.

it had beef chunks (stew cut), bok choy, onions, and potatoes (though i know the dish usually has taro instead). Soup base was water, peppercorns, some soy sauce (but not sure if it uses fish sauce originally).

I seasoned the beef first with kosher salt and peppers, and browned in pot w/ the onions. then added the water, 3 splashes of soy sauce, peppercorns. let it boil for a while, added potatoes at some point, then the bok choy.

served over rice.

ok...this isn't exactly a recipe more than a question. what dish was i remembering, and trying to replicate? is it just Nilaga (sp?).

i still need to get a Pilipino cookbook, obviously.

Monday, July 26, 2004

10:41PM - mango cheesecake

anyone have a good recipe that DOESN'T require LIME and is easy to make?

Monday, July 19, 2004

8:03AM

For those who don't know, there's a syndication feed that posts a bunch of filipino receipes:

http://www.livejournal.com/users/filipinofood/

Add it to your friends list now!

Monday, June 21, 2004

7:22PM - hello everybody..

i just thought i would include some filipino recipe links that i visit often on the web whenever i feel like cooking at home.

the radical chef

manong ken's carinderia

enjoy

Current mood: okay

Thursday, June 3, 2004

2:01AM

do any of you know of any good Filipino cookbooks out there? all the recipes i have are handed down from family, but i needed something a little more... i can't keep calling my aunts every time i want to make kare-kare!

if you know of anyplace in the NYC area that sells Fil/Fil-Am cookbooks or somewhere i can get one online, i would really appreciate it.

Saturday, April 10, 2004

2:32AM

Hi everyone! I am new to the board, but not to LJ :)

I am Melanie and I would have to say my all time favorite filipino dish would be kare-kare! I request it every birthday! It's not perfect without ox tails and tripe (sp?)

BTW: I am from Jacksonville, FL

When it comes to places to get filipino desserts..Goldilocks and Red Ribbon are the best! I can't wait to go to the Philippines! I am going this July!

Lechon Manok, here i come!!!

Wednesday, March 17, 2004

12:42PM - For the love of Fruit...

Check out # 6 on THIS LIST.

Heh. Who knew?

Current mood: amused

3:24PM

There are some great pinoy dishes. Adobo, tapa, garlic rice are some of my favorites. You will always find a new and exciting place to eat here as well. So much food choices...love it.

I started a community for food lovers in Manila.
Here we share our experiences about restos in Manila. Good and bad ones. You can post recipes. Tell us about new places etc!

Check it out & Join now restoraters

Friday, March 5, 2004

6:10PM - Whoo. x)

I love Filipino food~ <3 I can make Karioka, Uhm.. Alot of desserts.. and Gelatin.

Current mood: curious

Friday, January 23, 2004

9:33PM - =(

I have to cook a Filipino desert for my cousin's party.


However, I'm being tested. That means: no help from the other family members! So anyone have any suggestions? Recipes?

Current mood: sad

Wednesday, December 31, 2003

12:33AM

Hi everyone.. I'm a new member to LJ but a forever fan of filipino food.. :-) Ever since my last trip to Philippines, I've had this thing about pandan.. pandan cake, buko pandan, etc.. Anyone have any good recipes for pandan desserts?

Current mood: hopeful

Friday, December 19, 2003

10:16AM - ginataan

Hello everyone, Happy Holidays and such -

I'm making Ginataan for a party on Saturday, and I have made it once before, to semi-disastruous results. So I need some help ASAP.

Last time I made it, the sago frikkin dissolved in the coconut milk, it must have been inferior..., and I ended up having to put more (the bottled in syrup kind), which turned out undercooked and a little tough to chew, and the rice balls were a bit overcooked and fell apart when one put it in the mouth.

I am also using Saba (the big bananas), Kamote (yam or sweet potato?), and Taro. And Coconut Milk.

I've tried looking for recipes online but they all require more or different ingredients that I'm not using.

Finally, I used some of the syrup from the bottled sago because it is sweet, right?? But I think it made the whole thing super acidic because it really hurt my throat trying to eat it afterwards. Is that something where I can just use white sugar?

Help! Pleeeease...

1:45AM - >>>

Christmas feels so much "Christmas-er" when you eat bibinka ang puto bumbong...

Why is that?

Current mood: amused

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