Posts Tagged “pork”

Gold Pork and Chicken Adobo

Gold Pork and Chicken Adobo

The family knew from the aroma wafting through the house that adobo was in the works. So they were a bit surprised when they opened the pot and saw this…

Chinese Braised Ribs

Chinese Braised Ribs

My photographic skills do not do these ribs justice but my husband declared them the best Chinese braised ribs, even better than any he’s ever had in a restaurant! Now that’s some endorsement and he lived up to it by eating almost half the pot by himself 🙂 I liked it because, well, it was…

Kalyn’s Pork with Paprika & Mushrooms

Kalyn’s Pork with Paprika & Mushrooms

It’s been over a month since I revamped this blog yet I hadn’t posted anything new. I have no excuse, unfortunately other than I just hadn’t felt like it! I have still been cooking and visiting blogs for inspiration. Just haven’t been posting them. So here’s one recipe that I picked up from one of…

LaPiS ~ SQUARE

LaPiS ~ SQUARE

This has become a regular on our menu ever since we finally figured out how to get that crunchy and sinfully good skin and the fork tender meat. My entry for this week’s Lasang Pinoy Sunday (LaPiS) is a bit late because the weekend got a little hectic, and well, I’m also pre-occupied with reading…

Recipes to Rival: Tamales!

Recipes to Rival: Tamales!

These tamales were delicious! I love tamales, but I don’t usually order them when we go to restaurants. Why? because restaurant tamales usually suck. They are dry and taste like cardboard. The best tamales I’ve had were homemade ones; the kind someone’s mom or grandma made. And growing up in California, I didn’t have a…

Pata Tim

Pata Tim

I cooked this dish a while back but hadn’t posted it because I wasn’t happy with the washed out photo and I was hoping to cook it again and take a better photo. But, of course that hasn’t happened and I am in a cleaning up mood. I plan on cleaning out my drafts folder…

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…

IMBB 11 – Sinigang na Pata

IMBB 11 – Sinigang na Pata

With the cold weather, it seems that a lot of food blogs (Baby Rambutan made Pho, Sassy made chicken soup, for example) have been cooking lots of soups. I actually was looking for ox tails like what chef Celia had, but couldn’t find any. I did find fresh ham hocks, so I decided to make…

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