Baked Potato Marbles

February 3rd, 2017

  My teens love these baked potatoes. These are popular among their packed lunch must-haves. These are filling for teens who constantly feel hungry. Baked Potato Marbles are (sort of) easy to prepare. Here is how I do it: Soak the potatoes in water with salt for a few minutes. I brush each small potat [ ... ]

Fried Bangus Back Fillet

January 19th, 2017

  We love Bangus Back Fillet, that part of the milkfish sliced as fillet. It is fleshy, tasty and boneless. It is a flexible dish that can be cooked in different ways and one of it is by frying. Ingredients: •Bangus Back Fillet cut in half •a little cooking oil, soy sauce and/or oyster sauce (these [& [ ... ]

Apple Cobbler Recipe

January 15th, 2015

  We love apple pies. Who doesn’t? And with a box of apples that a trusted brand gave last Christmas, it was a must that I make apple pie. I made Apple Cobbler.  I found a simple and easy to make recipe online but I tweaked a bit for the second time I baked the Apple […] [ ... ]

Baked Egg

January 15th, 2015

  Baked egg for breakfast is something new to us who are used to fluffy scrambled eggs or sunny side up. Procedure: Preheat oven to 180°C. Apply some olive oil on the inside lining of your ramekins. Put an egg each in the ramekins and season with salt and pepper (I seasoned with salt and paprika). You [ ... ]

Nicecream Banana Ice Cream

January 15th, 2015

  We could never get enough of this nicecream or banana ice cream. Ingredients to make at least 12oz or 350gm: 6-7 pcs of sliced and frozen bananas (I used SABA variety, ripe but not too ripe) 1 Yakult bottle Procedure: For approximately 2 pieces of bananas, blitz with a small amount of Yakult till yo [ ... ]