Archive For The “pork” Category

Braised Pork Anise

Braised Pork Anise

It’s been a while since I first cooked this dish and have since cooked it a few more times. It’s fast becoming a regular dish in our kitchen, thanks to Thess at Eet Smakelijk who shared the recipe.

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Braised and Roasted Pork Belly

Braised and Roasted Pork Belly

I get very excited when coincidences fall in place. I get excited by pork belly too, so can you just imagine how giddy I got when this morning, as I was getting ready to make this post and was checking emails, I run across this ode to the belly? If you believe in signs as…

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The Best Way to Cook Bacon

The Best Way to Cook Bacon

Bacon is one of our favorite breakfast items and we’ve had a love/hate relationship with it over the years. Some people in my household likes them extra crispy and some like them ‘just cooked but still soft’. Over the years, we’ve had more like burnt, too hard, or not cooked enough instead. There were bacon…

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Black Beans with Cured Pork Belly

Black Beans with Cured Pork Belly

These beans can be a meal in itself, but it could also be a great side dish as in this case. We paired it up this time around with roasted pork and tomato salsa.

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Oven Roasted Spareribs

Oven Roasted Spareribs

My girls think that my mom’s barbecued spareribs are the greatest, but I think this came pretty close especially since it’s been a while since we’ve fired up the grill and hadn’t had ribs since last summer. It’s still too cold to be messing with the grill so these were dry rubbed and baked in…

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LP 23 – Rib Ends Braised in Green Tomato Chutney

LP 23 – Rib Ends Braised in Green Tomato Chutney

Lorraine of Super Sarap is the host of this month’s Lasang Pinoy event, Crockpot Cooking. What I wanted to try cooking in a crockpot is Humba which I have seen recipes of in several food blogs. Specifically, from The Pilgrim’s Pots and Pans. However, when it came time to cook and I started looking in…

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Mungo: Mung Bean Soup

Mungo: Mung Bean Soup

This is another dish where there are as many variations as there are regions in the Philippines. Some prefer it thick some like it soupy. Some like to put different types of vegetables with it. Me, I happen to like mine on the soupy side and I like it best with bittermelon (ampalaya) leaves. I…

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Homemade Pork Tocino

Homemade Pork Tocino

(Updated 1/3/2010) We love this homemade tocino recipe and so have many of our blogging friends who have tried it. There are many different versions of making Filipino tocino out there, but very few of them use cider vinegar like this one. Most of the ones I have seen online and even in most cook…

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