Monthly Archives: July 2010

Food Trip Friday #9: Baguio Beans

I prepared this meal last weekend as one of my children’s favorite menu. I always make it a point to cook what they want during weekend because this is the only time where we can eat together during lunchtime.

My older daughter helped me prepare the table and she made this plate palatable for everyone.

Lumpiang Shanghai, Sauteed Beans and Rice.
Sauteed Baguio Beans

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Food Trip Friday #8: Chicken Calderata

I didn’t actually cook this alone. My two nieces assisted me and helped me cook kalderata. I taught them the procedure of my chicken caldereta recipe. The cooking lesson took place when classes were suspended in all levels due to Typhoon Basyang. They learned something from me during typhoon and class suspension became a productive day for them instead.

I can share my recipe if you want and you find it yummy. I am a self proclaimed good cook. I love it and my kids love it too. 🙂 Please email me or comment down below should you want to try my own recipe for caldereta. Or maybe I’ll make a separate post later for the recipe. 🙂

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Food Trip Friday #7: Relyeno

Relyenong Bangus.


and
Pinaputok na Bangus

Pinaputok na Bangus stuffed with tomatoes, onions and spices and seasonings. Typically, Pinoy cook this by grilling, wrapped in banana leaves or aluminum foil but I fried this instead for less preparation time and hassle in heating the coal.

We brought these food during our summer getaway in Laiya. We all love milkfish especially the belly part cooked as sinigang, daing, inihaw or relyeno and when it is deboned.

My entry for Food Trip Friday.
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