I’m not a fan of sweet food so pininyahang manok is definitely not on top of my list. But by some magical moment, I suddenly craved for this. I got the recipe off an app called Filipino Food. The original recipe made use of patis but I didn’t use that since I don’t like the smell. I also skipped the pickles cause 1) I don’t like it and 2) I don’t have it, lol.
Get ready to feast on the biggest and baddest date night meal I ever prepared. There wasn’t any occasion. I just wanted to go the extra mile and prepare something out of the ordinary for my husband and me. The food I prepared is asparagus wrapped in bacon, baked salmon, my attempt at aglio olio with sausage, and refrigerated cake.
Hi, guys. I’m sharing with you a collection of photos of all the places the mister and I have been enjoying even if we were trying to save money. Date night (or lunch or breakfast) is always a good idea regardless of what’s happening in our lives! I honestly doubt if any of this food will make you drool but don’t let the simplicity of these viands fool you. It’s still top quality.
There was this expo we attended where they gave away tons of the powdered version of gata (coconut milk). I happily brought those with me when we moved. This cooking diary features two recipes made with it. I wouldn’t recommend the product to you since it has MSG. (I’m not a firm believer of this product even if it makes your food go from good to wow.) Here’s another collection of my attempts at cooking.