Everyday Kim

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Site Description: Kitchen adventures, mommy moments, craft projects and more.
Date Joined: Oct 4, 2012

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DIY: How To Make Mung Bean Sprout At Home
on Apr 13, 2013 in Vegetarian Recipes DIY Projects I have some left over Mung beans from this recipe, so what to do...?Lightbulb moment!Bean sprouts after 24 hoursI've always wanted to make beansprouts on my own since I heard unsanitary stories of how these are made in the commercial market. Some rum...

Pancit Bihon ~ Guisado (Filipino Stir-Fried Noodles)
on Apr 12, 2013 in Seafood Pork Vegetarian Recipes Chicken A staple in every Filipino gathering, the Pancit Bihon (or Bihon Guisado) - top my list of favorite dishes. It's a very simple dish that can be cooked in every which way. Noodle options:Rice vermicelli (rice stick noodles?), I like to use Super Q bra...

Classic Filipino Monggo Recipe (Mung Bean Stew)
on Apr 3, 2013 in Fish Vegetarian Recipes Monggo (also Munggo, Mongo) is one of those dishes that I hated as a child, but learned to love as I grew older. Okay, a little bit about its main ingredient - the Mung bean. Widely used in Asian cooking, this bean is so versatile it can be eate...

Chicken Macaroni Soup (Sopas)
on Mar 21, 2013 in Recipes Chicken Chicken macaroni soup, commonly known here as simply "sopas" is a poor man's dish. It usually contains whatever's-available-for-cheap vegetables and leftover meat, if there's any at all.There are, however, basic ingredients to this dish, namely: maca...

Four Bean Surprise
on Mar 8, 2013 in Vegetarian Recipes Here's a nice vegetarian meal packed with protein from beans, which you'll find in surprising forms. I didn't know what to call it when I whipped it up, but now that I realize how the beans are the superhero of this dish, I call it the Four Bean Surp...

DIY Project: Towel Cupcake/Sundae Souvenirs
on Mar 4, 2013 in Special Occasions DIY Projects Here's something I did a while back, on my son's first birthday (he is turning 4 this year). I've always been the type who would DIY anything that can be D-I-Y-ed in a party.At that time, giving cupcake towels as party giveaways were still new. Not a...

Millet-Crab Cakes
on Mar 2, 2013 in Seafood Recipes Millet is a dry grain much like rice, oat, wheat and barley. It's quite uncommon where I live, so when I was given a packet of millet from China, I immediately went Googling for instructions on how to cook it. To my surprise, millet is actually simpl...

Buttery Garlic Shrimp
on Feb 19, 2013 in Seafood Recipes We don't have shrimp often, but when we do, it's gotta have some butter in it!A lot of the time, butter is the secret ingredient to delicious cooking. Take for example fried chicken, chowder soup, and pretty much any dessert. These yummy fares won't...

Forget About Magnum Ice Cream - Here's A Crunch!
on Jan 25, 2013 in All in a day Desserts Last summer, Magnum Ice Cream hit it big, being the talk-of-the-town dessert that everybody wanted to try. I was not spared from the fad, but after tasting it, I concluded it was nothing more special than my favorite Dilly Bar. ~P60 wasn't worth it,...

Semi-Permanent Vacation
on Jan 9, 2013 in Parenting All in a day Ayo! Greetings from the City of Smiles, Cebu!This is probably the first time I'll mention this. My kid's dad and I are not exactly a couple. Let's just say that our relationship falls into the 'it's complicated' category.But everything is good. We're...

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