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elizabeth ann quirino
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How to make #Shrimp in Tamarind Broth with Spinach, Tomatoes, a classic Filipino meal Perfect #GoodFriday  dish
1 Make a #Mango  Cheesecake for #Easter  dessert (revisited)
4 Come home to this Shrimp Sinigang in Tamaraind broth with spinach, taro, tomatoes, fish sauce. (See #Video on blog post)
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#Wednesday  thoughts . Thanks for sharing +Jeanette Chen +Ande Lyons 
Thank You for BEING that ONE today... love and appreciation for YOU! #MUAH  

6 An Easter #dessert  Leche Flan and a sweet love story to revisit
damon carter's profile photo #Easter bunny mallows in #Mango and Purple Yam/Ube flavors. Hopping flavors!  (revisited)
2 #Sunday  stew Braised Beef Short Ribs in red wine with homemade mashed potatoes cooked by my son (revisited)
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Over 25+Yrs Filipino food & Asian home cooking, from Manila to my kitchen in America
Award winning journalist and food writer. Filipina Women's Network "100 Most Influential Filipinas of the World" (2013); First Prize, Plaridel Awards for 'Outstanding Food Story" from the Philippine-American Press Club (San Francisco, CA 2013); Winner, Doreen Gamboa Fernandez Food Writing Award (2012).
 I have been cooking Filipino & Asian home cooking for over 25 years. I am a Food Blogger of where you will find Filipino food & Asian recipes, stories on culture and travel.
 I am a Contributing Writer for;; contributor to "FOOD' Magazine, the largest culinary mag in Manila (ABS-CBN Publishing Inc.); Sans Rival Magalogue (owned by Rustan's Inc.Manila). 
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Filipino Food & Asian dishes. I cook & write about it! I've been cooking Filipino food for over 25 years & raised my sons on it. Now, they've grown up & come back to cook for me! Come visit my blog. The NY Times, the LATimes have mentioned it. Recently, I won 2nd prize in the "Doreen G. Fernandez" Food Writing Contest for my essay "A Hundred Mangoes In a Bottle".
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