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Beef Rendang

Beef Rendang

My gosh, I think I can blog again! Some people blogged all through election night but I couldn’t do anything all night but stare at the TV; first, holding my breath and waiting for the results then when it came, just sitting, stunned that we have a new president and the first black president at…

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Spicy Beef Stirfry with Basil

Spicy Beef Stirfry with Basil

A quick and easy dinner like a stirfry is the working mom’s savior. I work five days a week and don’t usually get home until six o’clock in the evening. Some nights, when their homework isn’t too much, the girls would cook dinner or at least get it started for me. But most nights, especially…

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Easy Loco Moco

Easy Loco Moco

Here’s another breakfast treat. I know, since school let out for the summer it seems we’ve been cooking up a lot of breakfasts. This is a Hawaiian specialty and it’s a great way to use up leftover hamburgers from the night before. All it is hamburger patty, topped with brown gravy and served with steamed…

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Beef with Broccoli Stirfry

Beef with Broccoli Stirfry

When I cooked the Beef with Bittermelon Stirfy, I had to cook something else that the girls would eat. So this one, I cooked exactly the same way as the bittermelon stirfy but with different vegetables.

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Beef and Bitter Melon Stirfry

Beef and Bitter Melon Stirfry

I had one bittermelon plant come in our garden this summer. One! Out of a whole pack. But, it was ok. I’ll stop whining about it now because if I had more than one, I’d have bittermelon coming out of my ears. As it was, I’ve had bittermelon every kind of ways and by the…

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Grilled Steaks

Grilled Steaks

This happens to me all the time. I start taking pictures of a dish then when it comes to the final photo, I forget because I’m too busy stuffing my face! That’s what happened with these steaks. They were delicious and grilled just right, medium rare.While the grill is setting up, marinate a couple of…

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Sassy Sarciado

Sassy Sarciado

I call this Sassy Sarciado because it is based from the Pinoy Cook’s recipe. From the comments on her post, I figured out that the type of meat she referred to as ‘batok’ (loosely translated as nape-or-back-of-the-neck) is commonly known here as chuck. Here is my version. One thing I hate to do is wash…

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Oxtail Soup

Oxtail Soup

Not too long ago, Rowena had an obsession with oxtail soup that also piqued my own obsession. Our local Costco just started carrying oxtails in their meat section and I immediately snagged a pack with this particular soup in mind. Whenever I can get ahold of some oxtails I inevitably plan on cooking kare-kare, a…

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