Saturday, December 7, 2013
 Three days ago, I long for pizza. I was hungry and I don't have foods to eat. Let alone, takes time to cook rice and viand. Then I thought of having an instant food. Not noodles or frozen ones, but a pizza to deliver at home. Not a minute passed, I call my DH and talked about what I would like to eat (FYI: it's only once in a blue moon that I call my husband to request of something, it's not a good manner to call just to have unless circumstances like these or worse between life and death. As I said I just did it once in a blue moon even I'm in a verge of the latter). And so my decision was to have such. Lo and behold, I ordered after our conversation. I had 20 bucks (it only cost $16.01, I just want it changed $2, so I gave $1.99 tip, it's good enough as the delivery man smiled ear to ear. Or what do you think, is it good enough?). I ordered a meat-lovers flavor (our favorite ever since) with green bell peppers. I wish to add an olives (which my DH fave) but not yet since I wasn't able to love an olive yet. And besides it was still for lunch/snack (that was more or less 3:00 P.M.) and DH would be home at 6:00 P.M. so it would be all mine. Grin. And off I did!Ordered a large one then mist drink. Tip: pizza hut offers $10 either medium or large. Thirty minutes (or less), it came! Yay! I was like a hungry man. Whew! Ha ha! And bites of big slices went on and on. What a pizza moment it was!

TIP from me: Bell pepper adds flavor to the taste bud while eating this. It balances the cooking oil which pizza provides. So having such while eating it, increase the appetite and get rid of the taste of oil.

If you were following on my main blog or you're close to me, you knew that I hate pizza. But since it is my husband's favorite food, let alone when we were in Manila that he ordered a family size greenwich pizza. Whew! I tell you, that was big! It was a family size pizza but we're just only two (or him alone to eat), to which I was about to cry looking at it. I was about to throw a fit. Oops! Excuse me, I just hide while he ate it and grab my favorite food. But then time change, with him for  years here in USA, it came a moment that I embraced it, even became a favorite. And that is the story. Now, a pizza baby. Smile. Isn't it a success? Ha ha! Little big bites, come pizza!
Monday, November 18, 2013

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Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays are just around the corner. It's time to think of the menus or prepare the customary recipes we have for these two holidays that are so fast approaching. And for me (and I think most moms do) would love to have complete kitchen and baking stuffs especially a stand mixer! Yes, personally I really wish to have this a-must kitchen stuff to those who love baking! Ooh how I love to to won this, don't you? Check this out! Enter to win!

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Friday, November 1, 2013

Do you like leche flan? As for me, I do like it if it's not that too sweet. I have tasted the best leche flan ever as being baked by my friend R. She said her secret is using organic ingredients. Ooh that was so yum-o!  Anyway, if you do like doing it, here’s how to make leche flan. It’s very easy I tell you.

  • 9 egg yolks (beaten) 
  • 1 condensed milk 1 evaporated milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla Caramel
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar 
  • 2 tbsp water

  1. Mix the beaten egg yolks, condensed milk, evaporated milk & vanilla together. Set aside. 
  2. Caramelize brown sugar and water by placing the two ingredients in a pan. 
  3. Turn on the stove to medium heat. 
  4. When it gets thick & becomes dark brown in color, spread the caramel evenly on the flat side of the mold (llanera or any shaped container). 
  5. Wait for about 5 minutes to cool down before pouring the egg yolk mixture. 
  6. Transfer to a steamer. Cover the molds with an aluminum foil. 
  7. Steam for 30-45 minutes. (Steaming time depends on the size of the mold or container.) 
  8. Remove from steamer. 
  9. Refrigerate after the temperature cools down. 
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Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Makes me want to have bites of these desserts right now. If only I have taken this picture now, I then would not crave for this. Ah ha! These cooked ripe banana plantains and that as what you can see. Ooh my goodness foodies --- come to me right now. Ha ha! It is cold and had been raining cats and dogs a minute ago and now it's cloudy. I just give you a hint of why I am craving to eat foods and more foods right. If only my terrible-two stage daughter would eat as her mom, I could then have a partner in my food trip. Ooh well, I cannot wait of the time that she eats as voracious as I am and wishing that time too that I won't get fat, since we will also going to exercise or burn calories together. Isn't that an awesome day-dreaming? Ha! Okay, you can bite me now to stop me from talking afar. Oops! I just need that cooked sweetened taro root I cooked yesterday now, right now (ooh well, in lieu of in that picture below)!

Thank you for being here. 'Til next time....
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
I don't know if you're familiar with bokchoy vegetable, it has a green leaves and white stems. And so I missed having a soup like this. I had this picture way, way back then. I don't know how many months ago but it's not that a year yet. Ha ha!

Cooking this soup is easy-peasy. I usually had soups with a fried fish strips. Yes, as in I stripped a fried fish into tiny pieces, and I called it fish little strips. :-)

Okay, you wanna know the ingredients? Simply are: chayote squash, bokchoy, fried fish turned into tiny strips, spices (bell pepper, garlic, onion), a tablespoon cooking oil, water, pepper and salt to taste. I think you know already how to make a soup with a cooking oil. If not then, here it is:

  1. Assuming you already done cutting the chayote squash and bokchoy vegetables into length-wise then then wash and set aside. Also strip-off the fried fish into tiny little pieces. Hit up a tablespoon of cooking oil in a pan then put the pieces of garlic and onion then 15-30 seconds after, put the bell pepper together with the garlic and onion heated-up, let it brown.
  2. Then put  three (3) cups of water.
  3. Once boiled, put the vegetables. Then let it reboil.
  4. Put then the fried fish tiny strips. 
And done! Time to eat! :-)

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