Category Archives: cookery

Baked Tomatoes

You need a bit of butter (or other oil), some sliced tomatoes, and something to sprinkle on the tomatoes- parmesan cheese, bread crumbs, furikake seasoning, and you can make that yourself with toasted and lightly ground sesame seeds, crumbled dried seaweed/nori, and seasoning of your choice), and maybe salt and papper. That’s all. Butter a […]

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Chicken Liver Afritada

This dish tastes much better than it looks here, provided you don’t mind chicken liver, and I don’t mind liver, period. It’s super easy on the budget as well. We have it about once a week now. I should also mention that a Filipina friend brought this to a shared supper a few weeks ago, […]

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Leftover Chicken or Turkey Broccoli Casserole

4 cups diced cooked chicken or leftover turkey 1 cup chopped broccoli (you can use frozen) 1 cup spinach, drained, chopped (use frozen) 1 tablespoon garlic 1-2 tablespoons dill weed 1 1/2 cups of grated cheddar cheese- just scoop it loosely. Don’t pack it in like brown sugar 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese Mayonnaise- amount depends […]

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chicken adobo

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Vintage Recipe: Cheese Dream

The first sentence had me really excited about this recipe. ┬áIt is delicious, but you’ll recognize it: “Our tried and true tea-house friend, the Cheese Dream, occasionally comes out in new dress. Try the following, for there is nothing better than any sort of perfect Cheese Dream for any lunch or supper. Make sandwiches of […]

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