Classic Embutido (Filipino-Style Meatloaf)

The Filipino’s version of meatloaf. It is a big favorite for parties, holidays and any special gathering. Can be served warm or cold. Delicious and tried and tested!

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Scrumptious Beef Skewers

So easy to put together and always comes out so tasty and moist straight from the grill! This is my family’s favorite ground beef skewers…

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Easy Thai Red Chicken Curry

My husband is on quite a restrictive diet at the moment so we try to avoid big food groups such as dairy, wheat, soy, some nuts and anything…

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Pochero (Pork/Beef Stew with Saba/Burro Bananas)

Adding bananas into this melt-in-your-mouth tender beef or pork stew brings so much flavor and richness to this Asian classic. This Filipino stew is a…

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Frikadeller (Danish Meatballs)

Made with chicken so it’s a healthier version but no sacrifice on taste! Totally tasty and easy to make Danish-style meatballs!

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Crunchy Taco Cups

Crunchy deliciousness in every bite guaranteed! Very easy to prep and totally perfect for a holiday party!

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Ground Pork Menudo

The classic Filipino stew, Menudo, made with ground meat for a quicker cooking time and more flavor absorption! Loaded with vegetables and simmered in a perfectly seasoned tomato sauce the whole family will enjoy this!

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Stilton and Walnut Pie

  We are excited to go to England in a few weeks time! Because of this I thought it’s about time I add a British recipe,…

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Spanish Chorizo and Corn Pizza

They say that “necessity is the mother of invention.” And while I would never say that I invented Pizza, such an adage applies here. Sometime in the…

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Chicken Ramen

In 2009, we went back to the Philippines to visit my family for the Holidays. En route we stopped by Tokyo so we can see what it’s like in…

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Rosemary Chicken with Courgettes (Zucchini)

With crispy, garlicky skin and really tasty flavor, this Rosemary Chicken with Courgettes (Zucchini) will blow your tastebuds away!    We went to England in…

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