Month: May 2020

Grilled cheese sandwich

Grilled cheese sandwich

When I much much younger and I still in living in Marikina, there is this meal that my friends talk about but I could never relate to. In their conversations they will share their experiences of going to Club Filipino on the weekend and ordering 

Lechon liempo

Lechon liempo

Litson or Lechon, either way spelling is ok. Whenever our father told us that we are going to have Litson or Lechon Kawali for lunch or dinner it automatically means Litson/Lechon Liempo. These two terms are synonymous because the only piece of meat that you 

Grilled Salmon

Grilled Salmon

Farmer’s Market in Cubao. Aurora market along Aurora Blvd. in Project 4. Bayan palengke or the Pamilihang Bayan in Marikina. The go-to markets in Quezon City and Marikina if one want the freshest produce, vegetables and meats, not to mention the best freshly made Filipino 

Loaf Bread

Loaf Bread

Ingredients: All-purpose Flour: 4 cups Yeast: 1 Tbs. Salt: 3/4 tsp. White sugar: 1/2 cup Eggs: 2 pcs. Milk: 2 cups. Butter: 1/2 cup Bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 mins.

Filipino Pan de Sal

Filipino Pan de Sal

Ingredients: All-purpose Flour: 4 cups Yeast: 1 Tbs. Salt: 3/4 tsp. White sugar: 1/2 cup Eggs: 2 pcs. Milk: 2 cups. Butter: 1/2 cup Bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 mins.

Pork spare ribs

Pork spare ribs

I grew up in Marikina, in Provident Village to be exact. It was known for “going under” during the flood in 1978. Then in 1988. Then again in 2009. Back then Marikina was still part of Rizal Province. I can still remember writing our address