Paper Moon of Tokyo

Paper Moon of Tokyo has opened its cafe over a month ago in Glorietta 3 and in Trinoma. This cafe offers cake creations by Japan’s Emmy Wada. The latter planned on retiring but Mr. Vic Del Rosario, a friend of hers, encouraged her to open her cafe in the Philippines. Paper Moon is certified to be among Tokyo’s best desserts. […]

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Beef Tenderloin Tips on Creamy Pasta

This Beef Tenderloin Tips on Creamy Mushroom Pasta is my version of the Beef Stroganoff since some of the ingredients needed for the beef stroganoff recipe are not in my pantry.  My true test if my cooking is good or not, are my children. My kids love meat and pasta, and this Beef Tenderloin Tips on Creamy Mushroom Pasta is […]

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Baked Chicken A La Pobre

It is weekend so I need to come up with something new for my family’s weekend meals.  Browsing through Yummy Magazine, I saw this Baked Chicken a la Pobre with Aligue Fried Rice recipe of Joey De Larrazabal-Blanco.  At first glance, it looks like adobo, similar, but not quite since it has no vinegar in it.  Also, this chicken a […]

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Mango Sago Pudding (Mango Tapioca Pudding)

Mango and Sago (or Tapioca) has been a perfect combination as you may have already tasted some desserts that is made of these two ingredients. This Mango Sago Pudding recipe is from Yummy magazine. I was surprised that you can make this dessert in less than 1 hour. As per Yummy, this can be kept for days in the refrigerator so […]

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Recipes Restaurant

It has been quite sometime since I last ate at Recipes Restaurant at Greenbelt 3.  The place is still full of diners even at 1:30 in the afternoon. No wonder they even have tables outside to accommodate more customers during lunch and dinner time. The place has not changed much since I have been here and that was several years […]

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Fettuccini Alfredo with Bacon

Fettuccini Alfredo is usually cooked with cream that gives the dish a creamy, delicious taste. The use of the heavy cream may make the sauce thick, moreso with the addition of the parmesan cheese.   So I add milk to arrive at the consistency I want.  This is my version of the Fettuccini Alfredo (I am out of fettuccini so […]

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Crispy Tilapia with Burong Hipon

Crispy Tilapia has already made its way into the menus of many local restaurants. They would even serve the crispy fillets with the crispy fish skeleton which makes an attractive and yummy plate. Crispy Tilapia is simple and easy to prepare. What would make it more tasty is the addition of a dipping sauce or side dish. The crispy tilapia […]

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Quick Banana Dessert

Want to whip up a dessert quick? Well, this banana dessert will surely be a hit to whoever you serve it to.  It is simple to prepare and easy on the budget.  Here are what you’ll need: BANANA DESSERT RECIPE Cavendish bananas or Lacatan bananas Heavy cream, whipped Nuts (walnuts or Cashews) Peel the bananas, slice it in half lengthwise […]

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Crispy Binagbet (Crispy Pork Binagoongan & Pinakbet)

We are used to the traditional way of cooking Pork Binagoongan, wherein the bagoong or sauteed shrimp paste is mixed with the pork. Pinakbet , a Filipino vegetable dish, is also cooked with bagoong. But in Via Mare restaurant, the bagoong is served separately with the pork belly which has been fried crisp and the veggies which have been sauteed. […]

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Chicken Yakitori

This chicken yakitori recipe from Yummy Magazine is so easy to make. The chicken yakitori recipe in the magazine made use of chicken wings. Since I don’t have any in my ref, i substituted it with chicken breast fillets instead. I still suggest that you use chicken wings, as the chicken breast fillets tend to get dry when grilled. There […]

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