Monthly Archives: November 2020

Beer-Battered Coconut Shrimp

Steamed or pan fried or scampi or any way you like it, there’s a lot of good ways to cook shrimp. But if you’re feeling more adventurous, shrimp dipped in a beer batter, rolled in coconut then fried, this is … Continue reading

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(Leftover) Turkey Tetrazzini

Another idea for leftover turkey. How about it? That is if you still have leftover turkey like I do. Actually, for my family, we purposely bought a bigger turkey this year just so we have leftover to use for soup, … Continue reading

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Spaghetti Carbonara

Serves 4Print Ingredients 1 lb dry spaghetti 8-10 ounces of bacon or pancetta, cubed or cut into small strips 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil half of a small onion, chopped finely 3 large eggs 1 c grated Parmigiano-Reggiano, plus more … Continue reading

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Kale & Cheese Stuffed Pasta Shells

I love that I have something really good in this recipe, besides the cheeses – Kale, that’s what I’m talking about. If you never had this super health food, try adding it in your pasta and just like me you … Continue reading

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Pasta Alla Puttanesca

Pasta Alla Puttanesca, wow, sounds like out of this world isn’t it? But don’t be fooled. It is nothing but a sumptuous pasta dish made with a mixture of olive oil, anchovies, tomatoes, garlic, capers and olives.  And my version … Continue reading

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To chop, to dice, to mince-prepping your ingredients

It dawned on me that it is very important to teach my readers a few basic ways to prepare ingredients for cooking. Most importantly, how to cut or slice them. I realized that if I want  to help someone who … Continue reading

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Pork Chop & Wild Rice Casserole

A one-dish meal that is perfect for supper. Very easy to make.Here you go:Sprinkle salt and pepper on both sides of pork chops.Brown both sides of pork chops in oil. Set aside. In a large bowl, mix Uncle Ben’s rice … Continue reading

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Pork Belly Sisig (Sizzling Pork Belly)

This dish is far from ordinary. It is because it is made with a pork cut that is not necessarily used often – pork belly. Rightfully so, because this part of pork is fatty and a lot of people shy … Continue reading

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