I told myself to blog regularly for a lot of reasons. I want to keep track of what I love to do. Yesterday, I had time to cook something because I work half day (in exchange of my Sunday work). The other week, I bought bacon from a church friend and was wondering how to … More My Pasta Carbonara
___________________________________________ This is a simple no bake recipe that my sisters made the previous month. We chose marshmallows and raisins. If you want to tweak the recipe, go ahead! This graham thing is fun! Now, thinking of something to pair it with? See you next post, Cel
Don’t we all love blended fruits and veggies? I got inspired last week by mommy Donna from my support group about a detox recipe that was recommended to her by Dr Tinio, an Integrative medicine doctor who specializes in nutritional and complementary medicine. Those who are constipated will really benefit from this: It’s a simple … More Natural Detox recipe
One of my favorite recipes for spaghetti, the one with something sweet! Just cook your usual spaghetti. Melt cheese and condensed milk and heat in pan under low fire. Pour unto the spaghetti and refrigerate. I like it cold when topped with this mixture. Uhm. Yummy. What are your favorite spaghetti versions? CEL
One of my favorite dish is Sweet and Sour pork. Now straight to the recipe! Marinate the pork with soy sauce, a little vinegar, and black pepper. Now, make the flour mixture: Flour + egg + black pepper. Mix with pork and fry. Cook the veggies with tomato sauce and pine apple chunks. You … More Sweet and Sour pork recipe
Want a sweet broccoli dish? Just beat some eggs. Put the broccoli. Coat with flour mix of pepper + salt. Fry in medium heat. For the sauce, mix in together soy, a little vinegar, and brown sugar. Stir in medium heat until thick. Pour the fried broccoli. Now enjoy!
Sometimes I love simple cooking when it comes to green beans. Why? Because I love dipping it in mayonnaise. Just boil it in for a few minutes and you can eat it! Simple right? If you want to add more vegetables, try ampalaya or bitter squash. Fry the ampalaya first, then when it’s already cooked, … More Green beans + Ampalaya