Thursday, March 26, 2015

Good morning breakfast: Pandan Chiffon Cupcake

When I was young, I was a fun of all sorts of cupcakes and now as I grew older I became so picky. I wanted something very soft and bouncy. I love moist cakes and cupcakes but I would love it better if it would be soft as a cloud. Then I learned of sponge and chiffon cakes few years later (high school years) which now I am very found of. Chiffon cake for me is heaven ha ha... You know, the feeling of it when you touch and the lightness of it.

Pandan Chiffon Cupcake

Thursday, March 19, 2015

February Favorites

Today I will share my favorites for the month of February. Some where bought and some where given to me. I found myself using them very often even though some of this are just substitute for something. hihihi.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Snack time: Homemade Mango Ice cream

Summer has started and weather is getting warm now. Mmmm.... Swimming, Sipping some Icy drinks and ICE CREAM! Yes! Time to eat Ice cream again. But what flavor will I have to get in the supermarket? Cookies and cream? Chocolate? Double Dutch? Strawberry Ice cream? Queso Real? Ube Macapuno? Vanilla? Caramel and Cashew?

Monday, March 2, 2015

Tyne and Shiva our furr kids

Being a mom is like working 24/7. You wake up in the morning making breakfast, attend to everybody then do the chores, etc. I am a housewife but not a mommy yet. I feel just like a mom because I tend to 2 little furr kids.

Left: Shiva (Pomeranian) Right: Tyne (Lhasa Apso)
Say hello to Tyne and Shiva-our furry kids. :)

What's for dinner: Dinengdeng/Inabraw (Veggie Stew)

Bahay kubo, kahit munti,
ang halaman duon ay sari-sari.
Singkamas at talong,
Sigarilyas at mani.
Sitaw, bataw, patani.
Kundol, patola, upo't kalabasa.
At saka meron pa,
Labanos, mustasa.
Sibuyas, kamatis,
Bawang at luya.
Sa paligid-ligid ay puno ng linga.

This is a classic (ever most famous) Filipino folk song. It's about a small humbled hut with lots of
veggie plants around. Anyway, I was singing this because of the menu I am going to talk about today is about an Ilocano vegetable stew known as Dinengdeng (also called Inabraw by others).
Dinengdeng (Bagoong based Vegetable stew)