Well what do you know, I have an entry for FTF after all. Since I'm sick with colds and flu, I have been craving for all sorts of food and flavors. I ended making some Potato Mojos, popularized by Shakey's Pizza here in the Philippines. My sister taught me how to make Mojos just last week. Her recipe tasted even better than the ones served in the fastfood (sorry!).As usual, Potato Mojos are best served with Mayo-garlic sauce. Of course, also made by yours truly. Making Potato Mojos is as easy as counting 1, 2, 3. This is definitely the answer to my cravings. My son will love it too---minus the mayo-garlic :D All you need are some thin slices of potatoes(do not peel), flour, beaten eggs, lots of pepper, salt, oil for deep frying and your favorite dried herbs and powdered flavoring. Procedure: Basic deep frying. What's your food trip this Friday? Share it with at: Food Trip Friday
Friday, July 31, 2009
I was in SM Cubao last Wednesday picking up some veggies. Very timely. I have been wanting to experience carrying brown paper bags for my groceries (just like in the movies). Aside from that, I have always been thinking, why not use paper bags instead of plastic.
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
What You Will Be Needing:
Bread Slices of your choice (Wheat is good!)
Pizza sauce (which is available at your local store)
Your choice of meat (ham, sliced sausage, pepperoni)
Grated Quickmelt cheese (mozzarella---better!)
Medium Green bell pepper (chopped into short, thin slices)
Medium White oninon (chopped into short, thin slices)
Button mushroom slices
Top with your choice of meat (ham, sliced sausage, pepperoni)
* you can add the cheese under and on top
Just put everything on top of each other
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Tuesday, July 28, 2009
We went around the park to take some pictures. The stroll made us very hungry. My friend treated us to lunch. The La Mesa Ecopark has a small restaurant that take orders. From Kebabs, Grilled Liempo, Porkchops, Fish, and more. Each order comes with a cup of rice, some tomatoes and sliced red eggs, served in banana leaf. We had fresh, cold Buko juice to go with it.
La Mesa Ecopark is an enchanting place indeed. You'll never notice time. When you're there, all you'll ever think about is relaxation, family, friends and good food!
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Saturday, July 25, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
There are different kinds on serving Chopsuey. It depends on the mix of vegetables used. I like my Chopsuey with quail eggs and shrimps/ king prawns. The vegetables are not over-cooked, everything looks fresh.
With this I used:
chicharo (peas in a pod), baby corn, red bell pepper, carrots, white onion, quail eggs (boil & peeled ahead) and shrimps
Stir-fried all together in a wok. Salt and pepper to taste.
Mix 1/3 cup cold water 2 tablespoons cornstarch ,2 teaspoons soy sauce
Happy Eating! Join Us at: Food Trip Friday
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Yup! I'm back again in Teriyaki Boy! Got my usual Teriyaki Boy Chicken Don (Php185) but had a different side dish this time. The Asupara Bacon Maki 6pcs. (Php168.00 ). Steamed asparagus, with the usual Maki sauce then wrapped with crunchy bacon. It was real goodness wrapped together.
Thursday, July 9, 2009
What You Will Be Needing:
1/2 K Sirloin Beef ( Beef Steak cut is good)
1 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup Calamansi juice ( i like it on my steak)
3 small packets of Equal
2 pinches of salt and pepper
2 tbsp vinegar
5 cloves garlic minced
Cut beef into tiny pieces. If you're using beef steak cut, tenderize the meat first. Ask your local market meat vendor to cut your steak thinner than the usual.
In a container, mix the meat pieces with the rest of the ingredients.
Marinate over night.
Separate meat from the marinade
In a frying pan put marinated meat and 1/4 cup water
Bring to boil until dry
Stir meat continuously until meat is cooked. Add oil if necessary
Most of the time we serve Tapa with sunny side up egg. We call the dish TAPSILOG (tapa, with sinangag (fried rice) and egg). It is served during breakfast in restaurants and at our very own homes.
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Drain it then saute it with minced grlic, chopped onions and mushrooms.
Simmer for a few minutes then add the Spaghetti Sauce.
Pour sauce over your pasta. Top with cheese.
Using microwavable plates and containers, microwave your macaroni dish and you will then get a baked result.
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Located on the right, coming from Edsa. On West Ave, go straight. The restaurant is just a couple of meters away from the first traffic light you'll see.
Saturday, July 4, 2009
The rules for these awards are:
1) To accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award and his/her blog link.
2) Pass the award to 15 other blogs that you’ve discovered and think are great! Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award.
I will pass this awards to the following foodies:
More Than I Can Chew
We Ate This!
Kutsara at Tinidor
Eat Time With Nath
Food Trip Friday
Jeng's Home Cooking
Friday, July 3, 2009
Sometimes, people use it for bussiness. If so, there is a business web directory which was also made available like Business. com to cater to your site's traffic.
A web directory lists web sites by category and subcategory. The categorization is usually based on the whole web site rather than a set of keywords. Web directories often allow site owners to directly submit their site for inclusion.
Categorizing sites, such as joining a certain free web directory will help the online searchers find the topic they are looking for. I couldn't agree more. It does make it a lot easier. And the site will get a lot of benefits from it. With one click, you'll have all the comments and messages you'll ever need. Some will say that they found your site through a web directory because they're looking for "this certain topic". With my food blog, they might be looking for some restaurant review, which I usually make.
Hopefully over the weekend, I will finally be able to register this food blog. More people will soon discover this site and I will have all the fun as an ordinary blogger wanting to share some thoughts on food and my yummy adventure.
Thursday, July 2, 2009
5 eggs (beaten)
1/2 K ground meat (shredded meat)
salt and pepper
1 medium green bell pepper (chopped into small pieces)
1 white onion (minced)
4 medium potatoes (chopped into small pieces)
Olive oil (for sauteing)
cooking oil ( frying)
In a wok, saute onions, bell pepper, potatoes and meat
add a little water and simmer until cooked
add some salt and pepper on both beaten eggs and suated meat
Then pour sauted ingredients with the beaten eggs
Using a ladle, fry palm-size omelettesTurn upside down until golden brown.
I like it with catsup!