Back in November, I cooked Chicken Curry and Pork Salpicao. I only saw the pictures again recently. I’m too lazy to write a full in-depth recipe (and honestly I can’t remember how I made these or how it tasted). Here are the photos and a version of the recipe.
I don’t know how many times I’ve said it but I am trying to look for a business I can do while having a regular 9-5. One idea I got was selling cookies. I know how simple it sounds but some of the best ideas are the simple ones, right? Before you judge me, I knew I had an 80% chance of failing this business but I still wanted to try. I don’t look at these ventures as failures, I look at them as opportunities where I can figure out what I am really good at and what I can focus on as a business.
I said I wanted to add more veggies in my life. I saw tortang talong in our office cafeteria and thought to myself, easy. I asked my husband if he’d like for us to try this and he said yes, lol. I honestly thought it was easy and straightforward but I underestimated this dish or was I just overconfident?
I was going through some of my Cooking Diaries and saw the Volume 11 which featured Baked Salmon. I wanted to recreate it since salmon is my husband’s favorite fish (wow, yaman) and once in a while, we do allow ourselves to indulge with this expensive fish.