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Connie Veneracion
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Chicken flavored with the rich saltiness of soy sauce. Throw in some heat and you've got one heck of a dish.
Another throw-in-what-you’ve-got dish that turned out magnificently. I’m still in party mode and not really in the mood for cooking today. I didn’t have to for lunch because we still had a few pieces of grilled pork and lumpiang ubod from yesterday’s party. But for dinner, well, leftovers don’t last forever. Alex requested a dish …
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Wow..I like this Very tasty 😊😃
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#asian  stir fried  #noodles  with #pork  and #shrimp  
Mi goreng (also, mie goreng or mee goreng) is the generic term for stir fried noodles in Indonesia and Malaysia.
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A #noodle   #soup  descended from the Chinese chow mein, La Paz batchoy has pork offal and crushed chicharon (pork cracklings).
Shrimp broth is poured over egg noodles and slices of pork offal (kidney, spleen and liver) and topped with crushed chicharon (pork cracklings).
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The bad far outweighs the good
The Salcedo Weekend Market has been around for years but we’ve never gone there until yesterday. Despite the raves, there was always some excuse not to go — it was too far, traffic on Saturdays are always horrendous because there is no truck ban, getting up before noon is next to impossible… But a few … Continue reading Salcedo Weekend Market: some hits but mostly misses
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I love #beef  shanks with the marrow still inside the bone. :)
...what's this bulalo picadillo all about? It's basically the same picadillo except that I used whole cross cuts of beef shanks... Instead of cutting the meat into cubes before boiling, I pressure-cooked the whole cross cuts of beef shanks. I cooled them then I carefully removed the bones without disturbing the bone marrow. I cut the meat into 2-inch cubes and went on to complete the dish. The real difference of course, or should I say bonus, ...
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It looks delicious, and my dinner for tonight is boiled potatoes, boiled carrots, roast meat, potatoes while Will thick seasoned lightly with water which will boil carrots.
This water has a delicate sweet sauce consistency, taste great.
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A twist on a traditional #filipino   #recipe  
The ampalaya from Lotus Pod Farm were pretty young things. I didn't even need to toss them with salt to make them expel water and much of the bitter taste. I just scraped the seeds and the pith, sliced them and cooked them. With lechon kawali.
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No, it's not the traditional Spanish picadillo. 
In Spanish, picadillo is a ground-or-minced-meat-and-tomato dish. The version I grew up with is a soup.
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Making #pho  at home? It's not that complicated. :)
The secret to making pho lies in the broth. Make pho broth with this step-by-step guide.
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that's comfort foodie
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Make broth with beef and pork bones, and shrimp heads and shells to make the tastiest #noodle   #soups  
The formula I came up with is: beef bones (with lots of marrow), pork bones and shrimp heads and shells simmered for hours.
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A guide to lessen the fear and confusion when buying Asian noodles
Understanding Asian noodles has nothing to do with knowing how to pronounce their names. The flour used determines the noodle's characteristics.
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You are welcome. :)
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#matcha   #cookies  by a young #baker  and entrepreneur
Sweet cookies with a hint of earthiness from the green tea plus a bit of saltiness with every bite. Truly exquisite.
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New discovery at the local #grocery . 
I loved the red tea with hibiscus and cranberry but not so much the yellow tea with coconut water which tasted more like coconut oil rather than coconut water. Sam's Superberries juice was wonderful.
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