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Monggo Soup (Mung Bean Soup)

Monggo Soup (Mung Bean Soup)

This humble green bean soup is one of the unsung heroes of Philippine comfort food. Everyone loves it, but it’s not exactly the favorite Filipino dish. It isn’t right up there with the classic Filipino favorites — adobo, lechon, sisig & lumpia. I’ve never been […]

Eggplant and Onion Steamed Omelette

Eggplant and Onion Steamed Omelette

For me, the joys of grilling involve grilling vegetables. The leftover grilled vegetables are perfect for the next day’s meal (or meals). This recipe is inspired by the Korean steamed egg dish, Gyeranjjim 계란찜 – but instead of steaming it, just use your dutch oven. […]

Asparagus with caramelized onions

Asparagus with caramelized onions

It’s been a while – a long while since I’ve blogged. About four years, and change. It’s pretty funny how things come about, really. I’ve been planning this relaunch for about four months, but life happens. And here we are – I’ve got my own […]

Bok Choy Two Ways

Bok Choy Two Ways

Aaahh… bok choy! Whenever I dine out with my friends at any Asian restaurant, there is a prerequisite of ordering vegetables. This is because we believe in ordering “the basic food groups” which means, a chicken dish, a beef dish, a pork dish, a seafood […]

Tomato and Egg Instant Ramen

Tomato and Egg Instant Ramen

The nor’easter Nemo is freezing New York City as I write this. I’ve blogged about my hurricane preparedness and while it may seem like suffering to eat ramen noodles for survival (oh the dramatics!), here’s a recipe for you to enjoy the day when you […]

Grilled (Chinese) Eggplants

Grilled (Chinese) Eggplants

Grilled Eggplants are one of those things that are way too simple to add to a party menu that you dont think about having them, especially when there is ribs involved. I like having it on the table because they are easy to make, and […]