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artem a bawang, young garlic pickled in ilocos (cane) vinegar by PINAKBET REPUBLIC on Mar 9, 2013Pickled young garlic and chili in cane vinegar. We relish artem or inartem (pickles, pickled), and we fancy pickling, fermenting almost anything in vinegar to freeze the freshness and succulence of fruits and veggies: the usual cool cucumber, carrot...



Chicken Chili by Manila Spoon on Feb 27, 2013  Just a few weeks ago, we were invited to dinner by some friends from church. We always love gatherings like this for it not only presents a great chance to visit friends but it's a wonderful opportunity to get to know each other better and wi...



Kitchen tips: Prevent Your Herbs from Caking by on Feb 25, 2013Photo SourceIs caking a problem with your herbs and spices stocks? Caking usually happen when there is an excess moisture uither from the herbs itself or from the environment. You may try the following remedies to resolve your problem:Use an air tigh...



Kitchen tips: Prevent Your Herbs from Caking by on Feb 25, 2013Photo Source Is caking a problem with your herbs and spices stocks? Caking usually happen when there is an excess moisture uither from the herbs itself or from the environment. You may try the following remedies to resolve your problem: Use an a...



Coconut Chicken Curry by Manila Spoon on Feb 19, 2013  Having grown up sorrounded by Coconut Trees in our little island, called Marinduque in the Philippines, I love anything with coconut flavors. And we do use coconut (tree and fruit) for everything that you can imagine...I don't know how our coun...



EuroCruise 2010: Istanbul’s Spice Bazaar is Spicyyy by Trip or Treats on Feb 16, 2013Next stop in the Istanbul tour is every Filipino’s wet dream: Shopping! For spices, that is. Located at Cami Meydani Sok, it’s close to the exterior walls of the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia Museum. It’s one of the must-visit...



pinakbet a bawang, young garlic stew by PINAKBET REPUBLIC on Jan 31, 2013Pinakbet a naganus a bawang. Some time before the maturing and uprooting season of garlic in the Ilocos provinces, the tiendaan or mercado publico (public/local market) is usually abundant with young garlic being sold alongside young onions. Althoug...



Spiced Molasses Cookies by Manila Spoon on Dec 25, 2012I used to be not a fan at all of spiced cookies. It's not because I think they have a funny taste or anything like that but because of sheer unfamiliarity. I guess Filipino cuisine, though it has its sweet side, does not have many cookies perfumed...



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Nabe Recipes for Chicken by FX777 ChickenWorld on Dec 9, 2012Photo Source: Chicken nabe by BeingWanderLust, on Flickr> Resource: Cobrin Ringle. For more information about nabe recipe, visit our website Asia Food Recipe. Visit Article Online Directory Nabe Recipes For Chicken Kotatsu: A Kotatsu is pretty...