My First Keto Bread

I’ve been wanting to bake keto bread for myself. I’ve tried the ones being sold at the ketogenic market groups in Facebook, but I prefer baking because I love to bake. Not that Almond flour is cheap. It’s not! But you order it along with other keto-friendly items like Coconut Aminos, unsweetened cocoa and Himalayan salt, so it won’t be as expensive. I’ve had the ingredients here for almost two weeks already, but finally found a window to bake this morning. I have yet to master it but I’m okay with what I’ve come up with, so far. This is […]

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Easy Recipes: Cauliflower Fried Rice

I decided to go the Ketogenic route four weeks ago at the encouragement of a friend of mine who now looks fabulous, by the way, 5 months after she’s started on it. I was hesitant at first, not because I don’t think I can give up the carbs and sugar, but because I wasn’t sure I could afford it. You see, it would mean having to substitute many of our food products to keto-friendly versions. Later on, after reading up on it and studying my pro’s and con’s, I realized it doesn’t have to be complicated. Of course some substitutes […]

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Easy Recipes: Mushroom and Garlic pasta

I just might be sharing more easy recipes in the next few weeks here on my blog until after my son’s season with Matilda ends. (Yep, he’s in the show alternating as Nigel and it’s been crazy for us schedule-wise the past few weeks) Sorry guys, being a stage mother takes a lot of your energy) That’s actually how I ended up cooking Mushroom and Garlic pasta today. We’re due to visit the supermarket but I feel too lazy to go out and do so and I didn’t consider Honest Bee because we’ve got a tight budget this week. Hello […]

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Food of my Childhood: Mom’s Kare Kare

I’m an avid fan of only one Kare Kare – my mom’s. Unless it’s crispy Kare Kare, then I may not be very eager to taste your Kare Kare if you serve it to me. Especially not the one using Ox tripe. I’m good with pork hocks or regular meaty cubes which my mom fondly uses. This recipe goes to my Food of my Childhood compilation. I grew up eating my mom’s Kare Kare, which she usually served on Sunday lunches. I’ve always looked forward to Sunday lunches because my mom always prepared great feasts on Sundays because that’s when […]

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Easy Recipes: Scotch Eggs with Sweet & Sour Sauce

I first tasted Scotch Eggs when my friend from downstairs, Edz, the woman who taught me how to make Chicken Fajitas, brought it over for dinner with me and the kids. Our husbands were both out of town on a kids ministry event and since we live in the same apartment building, we decided to have dinners together during the time our husbands were away. I learned later on that Scotch Eggs are common in the UK. You can find them being sold in corner shops and supermarkets, much like how you see Kwek Kwek at the mall food court. […]

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