• Recipes

    How to cook Japanese Tofu Steak

    If your budget is not enough to take your family in a Japanese dining experience, you can now bring the Japanese taste on your very own dinner table. It wouldn’t require classy porcelain of oriental design. It wouldn’t require Japanese table setting. Just follow this recipe and your family will surely enjoy the tofu steak delight of Japan.   Fried Tofu ¼ kilo Tofu ½ cup flour ¼ tsp. salt 1 egg ½ cup water 1 cup Japanese bread crumbs Cooking oil for frying Ground Pork Topping ½ kilo ground pork 4-6 cloves garlic, minced 1 white onion, julienne strips ¼ c. butter ¼ cup Japanese soy sauce 1/8 cup…

  • Food Review

    Mouth-watering Wendy’s Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger

    Nom nom nom… Yesterday, I visited Wendy’s at SM Fairview and been curious on their newest addition to their menu…Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger. I ordered the delish burger in town from their combo meal which has a regular French fries and softdrink to satisfy my cravings. The said cheeseburger became an instant hit in the U.S. last summer and it makes rounds on social media. When I found out that it will be launch here in the Philippines last month, I can’t take my eyes over their store and take a bunch of this fantastic meal. Upon tasting the talk-of-the-town burger, it was love at first bite! Wendy’s Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger…

  • Recipes

    Strawberry Melt Sandwich for Your Kids’ Delight

    Are your kids tired of the usual sandwich spread and ready-made snacks you find? The supermarket can never supply what a home-made snack will wholeheartedly provide. A slice of tasty is like a plain paper that would not hold interest on any kid as long as it remains plain. Ready-made spreads become too common, too boring in the long run. They may like it one time or maybe a week or two, yet there will always be that day that they would say, “Mom, is there anything else than that?” When that time comes, most likely, you are one lost individual. Well, don’t fret. Here’s a different and delectable sandwich that…

  • Food Review,  Pastries

    Heavenly cupcakes from Chef Ken’s Sweet and Savory Treats

    Several weeks ago, when fellow foodie blogger Kenneth Ignacio of Certified Foodies started his delectable creation, Chef Ken’s Sweet and Savory Treats. I was so excited to taste their delightful cupcakes and other scrumptious pastas. Last March 1, I met Ken and his sister, Mhel for their first meet-up for Chef Ken’s. I purchased three boxes of cupcakes (2 assorted and 1 ChocNut) before I went to my meeting at The Podium. With Ken’s passion in cooking gastronomic meals and baking pastries drives him to start his own business. When I took a bite of their cupcakes, I felt like I’m in heaven. My personal favorites are Dulce de Leche, ChocNut,…

  • Recipes

    Yummy Chocolate Chip Cookies

      There is nothing more enjoyable than a home-made delectable plate of chocolate chip cookies. If you find the cookies in supermarkets too expensive for a day-to-day snack for your little ones, a home-made chocolate chip cookie is your best option.       If you find commercialized cookies too ‘dry’ for your taste, you would definitely choose the luxury of enjoying the soft bites of a home-made one. Baking your own chocolate chip cookies will not only give bonding moments for you and your loved ones, but will also help you enjoy a soft freshly-baked snack with them. One of my students, AJ Valera, shared her aunt Miles’ recipe:  …