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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Recipes for Cooking in the Philippines

Here is a cheesecake you make in the rice-cooker.  I am so excited about this.   It is so funny the things you crave.  I like cheesecake, but it’s not really something I go out of my way to make or to buy back in the states.  I’ll grab a piece at a potluck, but […]

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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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