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Meatloaf and Mashed Potatoes Soup with Mushrooms

Meatloaf and Mashed Potatoes Soup with Mushrooms

This is another use-up-the-leftovers innovation otherwise known as everything-but-the-kitchen-sink soup in our house.

Mung Beans with Pepper Leaves Soup

Mung Beans with Pepper Leaves Soup

I am surprised how many people do not realize that the leaves of most pepper plants are also edible. I had mentioned to someone that I was having this soup with pepper leaves and they were genuinely surprised. Well, they are quite good, actually, and very mild sort of green unlike what you might expect…

Hot & Sour Soup

Hot & Sour Soup

Another cold night and another request for soup. So we went to MY choice of soups this time, and decided to have something on the spicy side.As usual though, since this was another spontaneous craving, I didn’t have all the ingredients that we usually like to have in this soup. So this one is lacking…

Corn & Egg Drop Soup

Corn & Egg Drop Soup

This is the accompanying soup when I made the Chinese braised ribs last week when the Clone was sick. This was all she had of that meal which was a good thing because her dad just about devoured all the ribs! Anyway, this is a very simple recipe and all you really need is a…

Arroz Caldo – Chicken Soup with Rice

Arroz Caldo – Chicken Soup with Rice

All the rich foods of the holidays, and having a snowy after-Christmas morning had me yearning for something simple and comforting. I had cooked a very plain version of this dish for my sick daughter a couple of weeks ago. It was more plain rice porridge than what we Filipinos recognize as Arroz Caldo or…

Tinola: Chicken Soup for the Pinoy Soul

Tinola: Chicken Soup for the Pinoy Soul

I had been looking forward to updating my tinola soup photo for a long time. See, when I first posted my Tinola recipe, I didn’t have any of the traditional vegetables to go with it. I had to make do with what I had (what my grocery store had) which was cabbage and bok choy….

Food Quote: BREAD

Food Quote: BREAD

“All sorrows are less with bread. ~Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote” Summer is winding down and the last of the tomatoes are getting ready to be taken off the vine before the frost gets them. It doesn’t mean that we can’t have a last taste of summer though. This bruschetta was perfect for a light…

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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