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When Kenny Rogers Roasters came to the Philippines, baby back ribs became an instant hit. I don't know why it
Twice baked cookies that are perfect for dipping into coffee, tea or even red wine or Italian liqueurs.
This Cranberry Orange Pistachio Bark is insanely delicious. I make it late Fall with the intent on keeping i
Bacon Macaroni and Cheese - 3 cheeses and plenty crisp bacon cooked right in, make this an ultimate comfort fo
Adapted from Food Network's 12 Days of Cookies 2007.
Cappuccino Hazelnut Chocolate Brittle - incredibly delicious homemade candy brittle that makes an ideal weddin
Last week I attended the "Angel Tree Project," an event sponsored by the Oregon Chapter of American Mothers.
It isn't difficult to make rice pudding with coconut custard topping. But for someone like me who still cooks
Why am I posting a street food in a noche buena blog? Because, my dear, pulutan is a must during Christmas. Pi
So, it's the morning of Christmas Day and you haven't totally digested the previous night's noche buena feast.
Ah, the magic of sour cream. And if that's too sinful for you and you worry about clogged arteries, substitute
Buko (coconut) and melon is a popular ice cream flavor. The combination works as a milkshake too. Melon and co
Where Filipinos acquired the habit of serving punch for noche buena, I have no idea. Probably the American inf
These Melting Moments truly are the lightest, most delicious, melt in your mouth, shortbread cookies that I've
Sweet and sour sauce is a classic. But did you know that there are so many ways to make the sauce? Would you b
This Limoncello Pound Cake with Blueberry Port Sauce is proof positive that lemon and blueberry are such a per
It's Christmas time and you might be wondering why I'm writing about vegetarian dishes during this festive sea
A 40+ year old family recipe. It takes only a few minutes to prepare these soft, chewy cookie squares perfect
Adapted from The Way to Cook, by Julia Child.
Le feuilleté à la saucisse ou roulés saucisse, un indétrônable pour toute cuisinière qui reçoit
A hot, open-faced turkey sandwich is comfort food from way back. It's quick, it's easy, and there's just somet
It's citrus season in the Deep South. All along the highways of southern Louisiana and Mississippi, vendors ar
Fourth day without tap water and I'm losing my inspiration to cook. How can I get inspired when the primary co
Chocolate chip cookies made with Rice Krispies and dried cranberries.
I promised another fudge recipe. This is Rocky Road Fudge, also compliments of my sister-in-law. This has got
My family had only one complaint about this meal: there wasn't enough of it. I'd been looking for fresh water
Hope all you U.S. cooks had a lovely Thanksgiving holiday. Mine had a disasterous start when I realized I left
I've talked about how I traditionally make eleventy-two batches of peanut butter balls every year at Christmas
Adapted from Home Baking: The Artful Mix of Flour & Tradition Around the World by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi
Made with leftover roast pork belly (what Filipinos call lechon kawali), someone told me once that this roast
Soft, chewy and moist oatmeal cookies, even the next day.
Strawberry Vanilla Whoopie Pies - this recipe can be made as all vanilla flavour or choose one of 2 options to
An unusual recipe for brownies flavored with orange and a little feta cheese.