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Fried Fish Twist: Sarciado

Fish sarciado is a typical Filipino dish which is directly translated as fish with sauce. The fish is usually fried first and then simmered in sauce that is made of fresh tomatoes and eggs. However, I do mine ...

 
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Veggie Galore: Chopsuey

(Chicago) – I eat vegetables but it's not usually my preference especially if there's a meat dish on the table. My doctor even reprimanded me for doing high protein diet ...

 
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Baked Bangus (Milkfish)

(Singapore) - Milkfish or "Bangus" is the national fish of the Philippines, and happens to be my ultimate favorite food in the world. In fact, I can eat it 3x a day...

 
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Miso, Pasta, Cod

(Singapore) - This is one of my favorites in V’s menu. Definitely a must try! Angel Hair Pasta with Miso Cod...

 
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Seafood Egg Drop Soup

(Chicago) - There are days that I feel so bloated and I don’t feel like eating full or heavy meal. To a Pinoy, that means a meal with “ulam” (dish) and rice, and most ...

 
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Greek-style Baked Fish

(Singapore) In August last year, when I was 7 months pregnant, my dear friend Joyce organized a baby shower for me. It was super fun, with all the crazy games, and all my...

 
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Prawns in Curry Coconut Milk

(Chicago) - Fresh prawns are bit expensive here in the US, even in Manila actually. It’s not something that you can cook anytime you want –only reserved for special occasions. Other than the price, it’s not advisable, medically-speaking,...

 
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Salmon Wellington (Baby Craving Chronicle #5)

(Singapore) – At 9pm, Carrefour grocery at Plaza Singapura sells the salmon head and its other bony parts at only 10SGD per pack. As I’m a big fan of salmon and with its high DHA content which is good for Read more

 
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Chilean Sea Bass in Lemon-Butter Sauce

(Chicago) – This week, we commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus.  It’s customary for Filipinos to observe this season with penitence by not eating meat or poultry until Easter Sunday.  Even though I am not with my family in Read more

 
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