Sep 5, 2017

Food Panda Food Photography Secrets Revealed

Want to learn the secrets to amazing food photography? Here are some tips from a pro!



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Aug 24, 2017

Instant Pot Sausage and Cabbage Soup


This quick, easy and tasty Sausage and Cabbage Soup is made in the Instant Pot (pressure cooker) for a dish that's on the table in 30 minutes!

 This quick, easy and tastySausage and Cabbage Soup is made in the Instant Pot (pressure cooker) for a dish that's on the table in 30 minutes!

It's still summery out there, I know, but before you know it, the cold weather would just sneak upon us. Thus, I have been doing my preparations in advance making some soup recipes that we can count on to give up warmth and comfort during the coming chilly weather!!
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Aug 12, 2017

Blueberry Zucchini Muffins

Bursting with flavors from juicy blueberries and cinnamon and loaded with zucchini too these moist and scrumptious muffins are perfectly wholesome and great as snack or breakfast for the whole family!

Bursting with flavor from juicy blueberries and loaded with zucchini too these moist and scrumptious muffins are perfectly wholesome and great as snack or breakfast for the whole family!

Blueberries and Zucchinis are in season right now!! Yay! What do you do with all that blueberries and zucchinis on  your fridge? Make some delicious muffins! That's exactly what I did and my family are happy made these scrumptious muffins.
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Aug 5, 2017

Eton Mess


With just 4 ingredients and a few minutes to whip up, this classic ENGLISH DESSERT is the perfect summer dessert! Always a hit whenever I make this!!

 With just 4 ingredients and a few minutes to whip up, this classic ENGLISH DESSERT is the perfect summer dessert! Always a hit whenever I make this!!

We had a holiday in England last June - perfect time for all that glorious English strawberries. Naturally, we've had many a desserts that use these yummy berries. Our favorite of all is this English classic -- Eton Mess. You know why? It wasn't only delicious but has just 3 ingredients  --- meringue, cream and strawberries!! When you use store-bought meringue (which I do) all you need is 10 minutes to make this awesome summer dessert!! Intrigued? Read on....
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Jul 19, 2017

Creamy Pesto Chicken Salad with Apples and Pecans

The perfect summer salad bursting with delicious sweet and savory flavors from apples and grapes, crunchy pecans and shredded chicken all smothered in creamy pesto mayo combo!



The perfect summer salad bursting with delicious sweet and savory flavors from apples and grapes, crunchy pecans and shredded chicken all smothered in creamy pesto mayo combo!

It seems like forever since I posted. I do apologize my dear readers for that hiatus. We've been on a month-long holiday in Europe in June which extended up to the first week of July. Thereafter, it took me a little over a week to get over the jet lag and pure exhaustion. I have only been getting back into the swing of things recently and thankfully,now, I feel human again!! Hurrah! :)
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Jun 27, 2017

Easiest Rice Cooker Sponge Cake

Did you know you can use your rice cooker to make an easy and delicious cake? Yes, indeed! Summer-perfect as there's no oven baking involved!


We are on holiday in England at the moment. However, there's no need to fear as we still have some delicious recipes for you all to try. For this post, Claire and from SumoChef has kindly guest-posted for us and has shared her amazing and yummy looking Rice Cooker Sponge Cake. Yes, you read it right, cake made in the rice cooker!! Intrigued? Read on.
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Jun 22, 2017

Slow Cooker Salsa Verde Chicken

Simply dump the chicken, salsa verde and seasonings and what comes out of the slow cooker is one super delicious dish. Perfect for your tacos and burritos!


My family loves Mexican food and have it at least once or twice a week. Although Mexican food is pretty reasonably priced we cannot afford to buy it all the time as we would be bankrupt! So for us the only way to satisfy our cravings for tacos, burritos and enchiladas would be if Mom (that's me!) make some and feed her hungry family!
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Jun 13, 2017

Chocolate Indulgence

This is so easy to make and it's no bake. It's got everything you want in a dessert - chocolate, caramel, cream and some toffee bits for good measure!

This is so easy to make and it's no bake. It's got everything you want in a dessert - chocolate, caramel, cream and some toffee bits for good measure!

It's summer time and we have been experiencing such lovely weather here in England where we are on holiday and visiting some family. That explains why I have been a bit late in posting some recipes for the month of June my dear readers. We have been traveling and I am just over the jet lag, I think and I hope so.  In the next few days I hope to catch up and I finally I got a new one for you!!
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May 31, 2017

Baked Eggs with Pesto and Cheese

Delicious and easy baked eggs with pesto and cheese for those mornings when you fancy a hot and savory breakfast. Gluten-free and low-carb.

Delicious and easy baked eggs with pesto and cheese for those mornings when you fancy a hot and savory breakfast. Gluten-free and low-carb.

My family loves eggs for breakfast so we often have eggs as part of our meal. I personally grew up eating a lot of eggs for breakfast as I never had a bowl of cereal growing up. It was always either rice or bread and what else is the perfect pair for either? For my family from the Philippines, it's eggs, particularly fried eggs. I guess this explains why I prefer a savory and hot breakfast over a cold and sweet one.
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May 24, 2017

Sticky Toffee Pudding

The classic and well-known British dessert - Sticky Toffee Pudding! Simply the best.

Photo credit: Chalk and Cheese

Last October 2016 my whole family went to England. It was a bittersweet strip. Bitter because we were there as my father-in-law passed away. Sweet, not only because we knew he went to join his Saviour but also because the trip provided the opportunity to have a mini-family reunion as we saw the rest of Mark's family. 

During the trip we stayed with Mark's cousin and the kids finally got to meet their second cousins. It was so nice as all 4 of them got along very well. They were all so excited to exchange stories and compare the similarities between the USA and the UK. Oh they had a blast!

Now while we were there, we were treated to amazing food and this glorious classic British dessert - Sticky Toffee Pudding!! Hubby enjoyed it so much that he asked his cousin for a copy. Thankfully, she obliged and kindly shared the recipe with us. It is a shame that I didn't get the chance to photograph her perfect creation of this pudding. I have found on wikipedia a photo of the pudding - so I had to use that. But don't worry, once I get the chance to make this at home - I will certainly show this dessert in all its glory and update the recipe with the photo so watch this space!!

In the meantime, I decided to add the recipe here as this blog is my online archive for my recipes. This way I can always access the recipe from everywhere.  Enjoy!


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Sticky Toffee Pudding

Manila Spoon
Published: 05/24/2017

Sticky Toffee Pudding

The classic and well-known British dessert - Sticky Toffee Pudding! Simply the best.

Ingredients

  • 275 ml. boiling Water
  • 175 gr. ready chopped Dates
  • 1 rounded teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
  • 50 gr. salted Butter
  • A pinch of Salt
  • 75 gr. demerara Sugar
  • 75 gr. molasses Sugar
  • 2 Eggs
  • 175 gr. self-raising Flour
  • 1 teaspoon pure Vanilla Extract
  • softened Butter, for greasing

    For the Sticky Toffee Pudding
  • 250 ml. double Cream (heavy cream)
  • 80 gr. salted Butter
  • 80 gr. molasses Sugar

  •   For the Extra Sauce   
  • 300 ml. whipping Cream
  • 50 gr. molasses Sugar
  • 50 gr. salted Butter

    To Serve    
  • Ice cold double cream (optional)


Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350F / 180 C / gas mark 4. Measure the water from a boiled kettle, pour into a bowl and add the dates. Stir and leave until lukewarm. Meanwhile, measure out all the other pudding ingredients, add to the dates and water and stir together. Put this into the bowl of a food processor or liquidizer and puree until smooth, but with a few tell-tale specks of date still visible. Generously butter a baking dish of at least 2-litre capacity on all surfaces and pour in the sponge batter. (Note: It is important that the chosen dish will be filled no more than half-full by the mixture, as it rises a great deal during cooking and you will need room to pour over the topping.) Bake for about 30 minutes, or just until firm to the touch.
  2. Meanwhile, make both the topping and the extra sauce, by heating the ingredients gently in individual pans, whisking regularly, until they briefly boil and then smoothly amalgamate; two pans of butterscotch sauce, effectively. Pour the topping over the cooked pudding and place under a moderate grill until bubbling and sticky looking.
  3. Spoon into individual bowls and pour around the extra sauce. The cold double cream, even though you might think it otiose, offers a very nice, cooling contrast to all that hot, sticky sponge and sweet, saucy sauces. Enjoy!
Yield: 6 Servings
Prep Time: 00 hrs. 20 mins.
Cook time: 00 hrs. 30 mins.
Total time: 50 mins.
Tags: Sticky Toffee Pudding. British, dessert
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May 20, 2017

How to Cook the Perfect Rice Every Time!

Tried and tested, best and easiest way to cook the perfect rice every time! No more guessing game!

Tried and tested, best and easiest way to cook the perfect rice every time! No more guessing game!

There is a joke in the Philippines as I was growing up in the province that a girl is not allowed to marry until she can prove that she knows how to cook rice!! I think I must have been reminded about this many times that it stuck in my head! Thankfully, this is no longer the litmus test before one can marry or many would have flunked right away.
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May 12, 2017

Asparagus with Bacon and Mushrooms

This quick and easy Asparagus dish is loaded with flavor from bacon and mushrooms! Done in 15 minutes or less. Totally gluten-free and low-carb, too.

This quick and easy Asparagus dish is loaded with flavor from bacon and mushrooms! Done in 15 minutes or less. Totally gluten-free and low-carb, too.

My family, including my kids, love Asparagus so when we see it on sale we definitely buy a bunch or 2 for cooking. We have our favorite asparagus dishes like the cheesy Asparagus with Parmesan or the  Asparagus Tart but I thought of doing another quick and easy stir-fry type asparagus dish so we don't get bored with the same old, same old.
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May 4, 2017

Slow Cooker Blackberry Cobbler

This is so amazingly delicious and unbelievably easy to make! Best of all, no baking required as your slow cooker does all the work. Serve warm with pouring cream or ice cream - heavenly!


This is so amazingly delicious and unbelievably easy to make! Best of all, no baking required as your slow cooker does all the work. Serve warm with pouring cream or ice cream - heavenly! Slow Cooker Blackberry Cobbler

Blackberries were on sale the other day so I couldn't help but grab a few punnets. When  I went home I wondered what I would do with them. We usually just eat it plain or as is but I thought I ought to make some dessert using the berries because it was the weekend and hubby always wants to have a good dessert during Sunday lunch. I didn't feel like turning the oven on but wanted to have a dessert ready for when we come home. Voila - the slow cooker to the rescue!
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Apr 30, 2017

Banana Upside Down Cake

Use sweet ripe bananas or plantains to make this light, super-moist and delicious upside down cake!

I love upside down cake! Not only is it easy to make it is quite versatile, too as you can choose the topping you want. I have done one with berries, mangoes, kiwi and this time I thought why not one with Bananas. After all, my entire family loves bananas and especially when I use them for cake! So, it was an easy decision to use bananas for this delicious and moist upside down cake!
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Apr 25, 2017

Instant Pot Chicken Adobo

The classic Filipino dish - Chicken Adobo - marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, peppercorns and garlic then cooked in the pressure cooker (instant pot).

The classic Filipino dish - Chicken Adobo - marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, peppercorns and garlic then cooked in the pressure cooker (instant pot). Easy-peasy deliciousness!

I have lost count with regard to the number of adobo recipes I have! This is the latest and probably the 5th! Well, we love chicken adobo so much that I want to try all the different versions. I have my own classic adobo, our helper's awesome adobo, Chinese-style adobo, slow cooker adobo and then this --- a pressure cooker version. And this time, I am talking mainly about chicken adobo -- pork adobo is equally as popular and for me, equally delicious!
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Apr 19, 2017

Sautéed Green Beans with Lemon and Almonds

Just 5 minutes to make this tasty side dish full of buttery, lemony goodness and extra crunch from Almonds! 

Just 5 minutes to make this tasty side dish full of buttery, lemony goodness and extra crunch from Almonds! Sautéed Green Beans with Lemon and Almonds

I am grateful that my kids love to eat vegetables or at least are willing to try new vegetable dishes which is why I try to look for new recipes so they don't get tired of the same old fare. The other day I got some haricots verts instead of the usual green beans. Haricots verts are also called French green beans - they look like the regular green beans but with thinner edible pods and smaller seeds. Nonetheless, despite seeming smaller than their bigger green bean cousins - they are more intense in flavor and taste. Well, at least according to my taste buds!! :)
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Apr 8, 2017

Low Carb Zucchini Bread

Our favorite low-carb, sugar-free bread that tastes delicious! This gluten-free zucchini bread is moist and has notes of coconut and almonds!

Our favorite low-carb, sugar-free bread that tastes delicious! This gluten-free zucchini bread is moist and has notes of coconut and almonds!

Nearly 13 years ago when hubby and I first came to the US, we fell in-love with the many delicious food that were available and uniquely American. We were likewise amazed at the sheer variety of food we saw in all the grocery stores. Aisles of cereals, countless types of ice cream and simply just the overwhelming amount of food choices! It was dizzying just looking at how many food to choose from. At the same time we were also very excited to try as many food as we can! After all, whether in England or the Philippines, we didn't have that much to choose from!!
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Apr 4, 2017

Yummy Blueberry Clafoutis

So easy -- simply dump the blueberries in the pan, cover in vanilla custard or flan batter then bake! This French berry dessert - Blueberry Clafoutis is the perfect vehicle for your favorite summer fruit!  

So easy -- simply dump the blueberries in the pan, cover in vanilla custard or flan batter then bake! This French berry dessert - Blueberry Clafoutis is the perfect vehicle for your favorite summer fruit!

Last Saturday the ladies at our church met up to celebrate the birthday of one of our friends. It was a big milestone in her life and we all wanted it to be special. Our hostess organized not just an ordinary party but one which involved cooking demonstration - the food prepared during the demo was what we actually ate. I was assigned to make dessert and guess what I made? My favorite French dessert - Clafoutis.
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Mar 30, 2017

Yummy Strawberry Cheesecake

Deliciously creamy and fruity cheesecake with a luscious sweet-tangy strawberry sauce that brings this dessert over the top. Best way to welcome Spring!

Deliciously creamy and fruity cheesecake with a luscious sweet-tangy strawberry sauce that brings this dessert over the top. Best way to welcome Spring!

Are you excited for Spring? I am so into spring nowadays!! I've had enough of winter already (though I must say I have no right to complain as this past winter has been pretty mild!)!! Anyway, when I got together with my favorite food bloggers in the world wide web and we decided that our theme for the month of March for our 30 Day Recipe Challenge would be berries - I had no hesitation at all in choosing strawberries as my featured fruit. After all strawberries are the quintessential spring fruit!
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Mar 27, 2017

Slow Cooker Butter Chicken

The combination of spices plus a hint of citrus goodness make this Butter Chicken totally delicious!  Easy, simple, tried and tested recipe made in your slow cooker!

The combination of spices plus a hint of citrus goodness make this Butter Chicken totally delicious!  Easy, simple, tried and tested recipe made in your slow cooker!

Every time our friend Samuel comes to the US for a visit he brings with him some delicious spices from his beloved country India!! One time he brought back with him nearly a kilo (2+ pounds) worth of authentic and homemade curry powder made by his mom. Wow! That was and still is, for me, the best curry powder ever, It was vibrant, spicy and made everything I add it to totally yummy! As a result, I have been cooking curry a lot and, as you can imagine, using it a lot, too. What I love about it is that it's so robust in flavor that even a mere teaspoon can truly do wonders to any dish that needs curry powder.
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Mar 15, 2017

Cheese Tortellini and Pesto Soup

This very tasty soup is a huge time saver and great for those busy nights! No chopping or extra prep required to make this yummy Cheese  Tortellini and Pesto Soup.

This very tasty soup is a huge time saver and great for those busy nights! No chopping or extra prep required to make this yummy Cheese  Tortellini and Pesto Soup.

It was just one of those nights when I needed to make dinner but I didn't have enough time. Our fridge had a lot of food in it but it seemed that everything I thought of making required too much effort, lots of ingredients involved and quite a long cooking time, Making Filipino or Asian food was out of the question as that usually required a lot of prep time usually in the form of chopping vegetables. What was a mommy to do?
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Mar 11, 2017

How to make Parmesan Crisps

With only 1 ingredient and just a few minutes to make these Parmesan Crisps are the perfect low-carb snacks or as crunchy topping for soups and salads!

 With only 1 ingredient and just a few minutes to make these Parmesan Crisps are the perfect low-carb snacks or crunchy topping for soups and salads! Gluten-free!

Ever since I have tried these delicious Parmesan crisps I have been addicted to them! I have eaten these years ago but have never attempted making them thinking that perhaps it's complicated. Ha! I was totally wrong!! A few days ago when we bought some parmesan cheese from the grocery I finally decided to make it at home. It was so easy!! Crazy easy!! How could I have not done this before?



 With only 1 ingredient and just a few minutes to make these Parmesan Crisps are the perfect low-carb snacks or crunchy topping for soups and salads! Gluten-free!

So for the benefit of everyone else who loves parmesan crisps but never dared to make them, this is for you.

I love that not only is it great as a low-carb and gluten-free snack (perfect for hubby's diet!!) it is quite versatile and may be used as topping. It's great to add flavor to soup and when crumbled over salad! However you wish to use these crisps - they are guaranteed to be delicious!


 With only 1 ingredient and just a few minutes to make these Parmesan Crisps are the perfect low-carb snacks or crunchy topping for soups and salads! Gluten-free!


Best of all - it only requires one ingredient --- just Parmesan, that's all. Make it soon!


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How to make Parmesan Crisps

Manila Spoon
Published: 03/11/2017

How to make Parmesan Crisps

With only 1 ingredient and just a few minutes to make these Parmesan Crisps are the perfect low-carb snacks or crunchy topping for soups and salads! Gluten-free!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup grated Parmesan cheese

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Measure a heaping tablespoon of the grated parmesan. Place in a parchment lined baking sheet or silicone baking sheet like a Silpat. Repeat until all the grated Parmesan is gone. Leave a space of at least 1/2 an inch between the parmesan mounds. Gently pat down or flatten the cheese - this is to ensure they are spread out a bit and not clumpy - the thinner - the crispier the result. 
  2. Bake in the preheated oven for about 4-6 minutes or until nicely golden and crisp. Cool and enjoy!
Yield: 8-10 pieces
Prep Time: 00 hrs. 05 mins.
Cook time: 00 hrs. 05 mins.
Total time: 10 mins.
Tags: Gluten-free, low-carb, snack, Parmesan Cheese, Salad Topping, Easy, Recipe
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Mar 4, 2017

Pineapple Cinnamon Chicken Curry


Mild and fruity chicken curry with the perfect blend of sweet and spicy flavors! Quick and easy to make it's ready in 30 minutes!

Mild and fruity chicken curry with the perfect blend of sweet and spicy flavors! Quick and easy to make it's ready in 30 minutes!

I made this chicken curry the other day when we had some friends over. They were all Asians - a Filipino couple and a Chinese couple. Now I didn't feel like cooking something Filipino or Chinese in particular 'cause I thought - that's what they eat perhaps on the daily basis so what's the point? Or maybe I was scared it may taste rather inauthentic so why risk it? LOL. :)
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Feb 24, 2017

Slow Cooker Chicken (or Turkey) Chili


I have made this chili many times for my family and friends and it's always well loved and the super easy recipe is often requested. 

 I have made this chili many times for my family and friends and it's always well loved and the super easy recipe is often requested. Slow Cooker Chicken Chili

When our schedules are not hectic we love to have people over at our place. We especially love having friends from church during Sunday nights after the evening worship service. It's just a nice and perfect time to relax, enjoy each others company especially before we face the challenges in the real world the next day --- Monday! We enjoy some food and occasionally have some games that everyone can participate in. We don't do anything too formal or structured, the food is mostly the appetizer type - quick and easy in preparation. The point is to enjoy each other's company in a fuss-free environment.
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Feb 17, 2017

Cheese Tortellini Soup with White Beans and Kielbasa

In 30 minutes you can serve your family a hearty and delicious soup! Easy-peasy yumminess in a bowl!

In 30 minutes you can serve your family a hearty and delicious soup! Easy-peasy yumminess in a bowl!

I have been making quite a lot of soup this winter season. You may think, well, that's pretty normal for the cold season. Perhaps but it's not normal for me. Since the Philippines is a hot country with only two major seasons - wet and dry - which incidentally are both relatively warm (hot!) weather, you won't often find soup on a Filipino's daily menu. Besides that, soup, like tea, when served, is often associated with an ailment or being unwell as that's often what's given to anyone who has been afflicted with some illness in the Philippines. Having this background, you can imagine, I am not much of a soup person at all.
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Feb 11, 2017

Ultimate Slow Cooker Chocolate Rice Pudding (Champorado)


Sticky rice cooked in coconut milk and chocolate. This chocolate rice pudding is the ultimate breakfast sweet treat or when served with ice cream - a truly yummy dessert - Champorado!

Sticky rice cooked in coconut milk and chocolate. This chocolate rice pudding is the ultimate breakfast sweet treat or when served with ice cream - a truly yummy dessert - Champorado!

We had a lot of snow this past week and as I write it's still a few inches on the ground and according to the weather prediction there will be more dumping come Sunday afternoon! I can't really complain because this winter has been particularly mild and hasn't really snowed a lot until a few days ago. However, since the car was left on the driveway in the middle of the snow storm and the fact that our driveway inclines upwards towards the road - that meant we were stuck for the last couple of days at home.
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Feb 8, 2017

Travel Feature: Kruger National Park, South Africa

If you've never been to a real safari adventure, I hope this travel post will inspire you to do so in the future!


Nearly 10 years ago, hubby and I with our little William (just over 1 year old at that time) travelled to South Africa. Mark helped a church in Pretoria with some pulpit supply while they were looking for a new pastor. We stayed there for about six months. During our time, we made sure that we were able to visit the famous Kruger National Park in South Africa for some safari adventure. We only had a very limited time but we were amazed at the number of animals we saw along the way. Seeing them all in their natural environment was a testament to how beautiful God's creation truly was and still is. Enjoy the adventure! 



Kruger is huge.....it's roughly the size of Israel or Wales, about 350 kilometers long, if I remember correctly. It's an entire country on its own. You can enter Kruger through several gates.
We just entered the first gate we saw early in the afternoon on the day we travelled to Kruger. Our camp was still at least 200 kilometers away. When we reached the gate we were told flatly that we won't make it on time before the gate closes as it takes at least 4 more hours from the Kruger Gate to Satara Camp (roughly in the middle of Kruger Park). At that point we were facing the possibility of sleeping with the lions in the middle of nowhere if we didn't make it before the gate closes! We thought to ourselves - we better make it on time or else we'll be dinner!!




Of course, we couldn't hep but stop along the way as we saw the many glorious inhabitants of Kruger. Impala....one of the first animals we saw....pretty common in Kruger.




Despite the limited time, we had to stop to see this crocodile.




And there's another one....I didn't even realize this was the reason why people stopped, I thought it was the bird.




Our first giraffe....and more to come.




And another one.




The Impalas can be a traffic hazard.




A hornbill...I think. 



A kudu - a beautiful antelope but we did not like the steak we tried, it was a little tough for me!




Pit Stop. We were trying to beat the clock to make it on time but had to make a quick stop-over. 




And then the elephants came. Now, we. had to stop again. How could you not?


Wondering where these elephants were off to.



Beautiful watering hole. So amazing to see the animals.



Can you see the bathing hippo?


Buffalos, one of the Big Five. This is our second Big Five - first was the elephant. We were hoping for some lions, leopards, and rhinos to complete them all.


 Naturally, we stopped again to view the buffalos.

More giraffes on our way.


Well, despite lots of stops, so many animals to see....we made it just in time, before the gate to our camp closed. I don't know how we managed it.....I guess, we didn't want to become the night's prey. 



Our mud hut in Satara....highly recommended if you want to see lions, this is were they congregate that's why we chose this camp.


Night Drive....After 2 mins, just about 2 kms from our camp, we saw a pride of lions....and so near our 4x4 as you can see.


The lioness did not like my flash I think.

The King of the jungle just snubbed me. That was an awesome night drive. 


Early morning drive....beautiful sunrise....God's handiwork is everywhere. His creation to me is beyond description at times.


Guess, what? Impalas again....this is why lions love this area....so much food.


More gorgeous antelopes!




Quick break, watching the hippos bathe.


See the ripples, they are the hippos....we don't want to go any nearer than this. They are known for attacking humans and have killed quite a few so we're respecting their space.


Back to the camp for breakfast. You can actually see animals pass by as you eat. We saw some zebras.


After breakfast, we went to the look-out to do some more animal sighting.


Zebras love to line up. Very organized.




Bateleur.


Gorgeous bird for sure.


Relaxing hippos. What a life!


Zebras are always on the edge as they never know when a predator would come by.



Warthogs crossing.

A lone wildebeest. And it was time to go.


We had such a lovely time. Short but sweet. We hope to be back next time.
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