It was so weird for me to be browsing through Pinterest, seeing recipes that say Shrimp Boil Foil Bake / Grill and yet nothing in the procedure required any boiling. So Google it is. I learned that this dish comes from the widely popular Louisiana traditional seafood boil. They use crawfish, lobsters, and other kinds [...]
Growing up, I only knew two kinds of mushrooms: canned button mushrooms, and dried shiitake mushrooms. My mom would make either this kind of ginger-shiitake recipe, or chicken in creamy mushroom sauce using button mushrooms. Whenever I ask mom to cook "that chicken with mushroom" dish, she'd always need to ask, "The shiitake or the [...]
Sopas is a Spanish plural word meaning soups, which could most likely mean any kind of soup, but in the Philippines it usually refers to creamy chicken macaroni soup. Some people associate Sopas to breakfast (like myself), my husband is used to having it as a complementary soup when having rice and fried chicken/fish/pork. Having [...]
From 2006-2009, Korea was my second home. I flew for Asiana Airlines as a flight attendant. This job ultimately boosted my love for food as I got to try foreign dishes in their own country. I fell madly in love with Thai food from the sidewalks of Bangkok and Phuket, and have always remarked how different Vietnamese food is here than in, well, Vietnam. Unsurprisingly, Korea made me love kimchi. Hardcore love kimchi, I tell you.
My list of posts to write is getting longer every day. Cooking daily but not blogging daily? Not a good match! If you don't know pochero (alternate spellings include "puchero" or "putsero")...I don't either. All I actually remember from pochero was that it was made with chicken, tomato based sauce, and that it had banana. [...]
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