Aside from eating avocado as it is or sometimes with a pinch of salt and pepper, the popular way my family and friends eat this fruit it to pair it with sugar or make a smoothie out of it.
This week’s foodfest theme is Kalsada, where common noshes and nibbles found in street/night markets in Davao are sold. My friends and I ate buchi (we tried all fillings like chocolate, ube, strawberry and matcha) while roaming the area. Continue reading
I never liked bitter gourd or commonly known in the Philippines as ampalaya. But pickled ampalaya is an exception. With just right bitter-sweet-and-sour and a lot of crunch, I’d say it’s the perfect partner for fried fish and extra rice (lol).
Note: Pickled/burong ampalaya process takes a lot of squeeze and mix, so get your hands ready. Continue reading
Tip from cooking padthai: wash bean sprouts with ice cold water to get rid of its smell – same thing with kimchi, wash nappa cabbage with ice cold water to get rid of its ‘cabbage-gee’ smell
*Select almost white nappa cabbage. Avoid the ones that have dark green leaves Continue reading
I’ve come across a post about an easy snack that’s perfect for a lazy Saturday afternoon. Inspired by a friend who always order nachos whenever we eat out, I decided to make my version using a pack of chips and a hefty amount of creamy cheesy sauce. Unlike the Facebook post where cheese spread and mayonnaise were used, I opted for a bechamel sauce instead. Continue reading
Food craving before or during menstruation is common among women. Some would crave for chocolates and/or candies, others would go for salty foods, while some would stuff their faces with carbs. I, on the other hand crave for green mango. Continue reading