Easy Recipes: Mrs. B’s Cookery’s Chicken Fajitas Recipe

If you’re familiar with my blogs, you know that preparing food and trying out recipes is one of my most favorite things to do in the world. I haven’t had much opportunity to do so lately, but when I tasted my friend Edz Bacani’s Fajitas recipe, I just had to try it for myself and blog about it. I love Mexican food. When Jay and I were still doing gigs in Jupiter street, we would drop by the popular Mexican fastfood, Miggy’s, before we would trudge to EDSA to get a ride back to Las Pinas where we used to […]

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Easy Recipes: Easy to prepare Chicken in Asparagus soup

I just remembered that I haven’t shared any recipe on my blog lately, and I thought I’d catch up now. As usual, what I have in mind is super easy and quick to make. It’s called Chicken in Asparagus soup. It’s just something I put together once when I ran out of stuff to prepare and I just had to serve something my kids will surely eat. If you’re a work-at-home, home schooling mom like me, this is a pretty handy recipe to learn. I served this twice to guests, too, and it has not failed me yet. Ingredients: 5-6 pieces […]

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Easy Recipes: Post-Easter breakfast of Egg salad with Jolly Real Mayonnaise

So there was a shout-out in one of my favorite blogger communities, Mommy Bloggers Philippines, for some salad recipes with mayonnaise in it. Pitching in recipes I love is one of my favorite activities in MBP, but to be honest with you, my favorite salad is a bunch of lettuce and fruits, sprinkled with my favorite fruity salad dressing. But I like joining in the fun stuff in the community and my husband does love mayo, so I went searching for salad recipes with mayo in it and came upon an egg salad recipe that I think the hubby and […]

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10 Baking tips and tricks you won’t find in recipe books

Who turns down an invitation to a baking workshop? Definitely NOT ME! I was like a little kid who could barely sleep the night before the Basic Cakes workshop at Feed 5000 Kitchen Studio. That was how excited I was to go. I’ve been to baking classes before and if there’s one thing I know about going to actual baking classes is that you learn so many baking tips and tricks you’ll never learn following recipe books and blogs. Chef Joy Biado Roxas of Sinful Sweets by Joy was in charge of the class, and between her and Feed 5000 owner and director, Chef […]

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The Chocomaltee goodness of Milo in Milo Dino

I received a couple of innovative ideas in my email on how to enjoy the chocomaltee goodness of Milo. I love these ideas that I can turn into activities I can do with my kids. It’s part of our home school, and it certainly falls under “food science” category. The best part is that its easy enough for my 4-year old to make. Since Jay took the rest of the afternoon off on Sunday to be with me on our 11th year anniversary, we decided to try Milo Dino with our kids for our afternoon treat. I gave them all mason jars to use and proceeded on reading to […]

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