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Connie Veneracion
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Attended University of the Philippines, Diliman
Lives in Philippines
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Garnishing the chili black beans and garlic chicken broccoli with toasted nuts is optional but I do recommend it. Nuts in a simple stir fry is magic.
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Food for thought, raw vegetable salad lovers.
Soak raw veggies in vinegar-water solution or wash in water mixed with detergent, then rinse. That removes most pesticide residue.
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To cook bok choy and mushrooms in oyster sauce, the bok choy was blanched in boiling broth while the mushrooms were stir fried with garlic.
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Oh, yes, dragon chicken is fiery. But you can adjust the level of heat to suit your palate.
Dragon chicken is Chinese-inspired but it was born in India where South Asian spices were added to traditional Chinese dishes to make them more appetizing.
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AS bright as a tropical day. :)
Coconut pilaf is popular in South Asia. Spices are sauteed, rice is added, coconut milk and salt are stirred in, and everything is simmered together.
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Cooking with Holiday Leftovers
This duck and white asparagus soup is made with leftover roast duck, canned cream of mushroom soup, white asparagus and duck broth.
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The pros and cons of killing hairy caterpillars, and what to do in case of "higad attack" (if your skin touches the hairy critters).
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Your veggies and meat in one dish. Cooks in 15 minutes including prep time.
Garlicky and subtly sweet, the heat in this Chinese chili garlic eggplant dish can be adjusted to suit your level of tolerance for spiciness.
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My adaptation of claypot chicken rice. 
A one-pot dish, the black beans and garlic chicken is steamed over parboiled rice. The meat juices fall into the rice and flavoring the grains.
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This pork and daikon soup, a peasant food so simple and inexpensive, is rarely found in the menu of Chinese restaurants. I have been loving Chinese food for as long as I can remember and I wondered why I never heard of it until recently. Then I reminded myself that it is because I do not …
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The crust of no-knead bread is wonderful. But, inside, despite the similarity in appearance to sour dough bread, the bread is rather gummy.
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Happy holidays!
You'll be amazed at what lovely gifts you can make from pantry staples like olive oil, sweetened condensed milk, chocolate, nuts, spices and empty jars.
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Introduction
But there is no other Sassy Lawyer. I am the one and only!
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Education
  • University of the Philippines, Diliman
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Sassy Lawyer, Pinoy Cook, CASA Veneracion
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  • CASAVeneracion.com
    CEO, 2003 - present
    Writer, photographer, editor, publisher, IT administrator
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