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caramelized onions
crab Rangoon
Bagels
bitten cookie
creamy lemon ice cream
vanilla bean sugar doughnut bitten
liege waffle close up top
brioche fluffy interior
fluffy wool roll bread loaf
bowl of pita bread sq
Reverse-Seared Steak top
gallery - frozen chocolate covered bananas
Gallery - Brown Butter Banana Bread
gallery - Pancit with Steak
gallery - Bulalo
slice of chocolate tart
Wonton Soup - gallery
Steamed white rice - gallery
bowl of Sinigang na Manok with rice - gallery
Crispy Chicken Katsu - gallery
Brown Butter Butterscotch Sauce - gallery
Adobong Manok
Irish Scones
Chewy Brown Butter Blondies
Creamy Cole Slaw and a burger
Shaggy Dogs dipped in chocolate sq
Asian noodle salad
brown butter scone on pan
Top view soft sandwich bread
hamburger buns - bitten burger
eclair cake bite
dipping a strawberry in chocolate
ice cream bar bite
Hotdogs cooked front
wedge of brioche wool roll loaf
dish of brown butter crack pie ice cream
Roasted Garlic with Reverse Seared Steak
gallery - crispy bahn mi
gallery - Pandesal in a bowl
gallery - steak from frozen
gallery - Frost the cinnamon rolls while warm
gallery - Tinolang Manok
Blueberry Muffins - gallery
Japanese milk bread - gallery
Brownies - gallery
Mechado - gallery
Easy Roasted Potatoes
Creme Anglais over fresh berries
Lumpiang Shanghai
Brown Butter Rice Krispie Treats
zesty pasta salad
mocha ice cream
bowl of dulce de leche ice cream
Korean fried chicken
Three Soft & Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies close
serving salted caramel ice cream
scallion pancakes with dipping sauce
bowl of chili
spoonful of praline gianduja
Potstickers on a plate
gallery - Siopao Bola Bola with Asado Sauce
gallery - chilled brown butter
Brown Butter Crack Pie slices
gallery - Lemon Posset with soft whipped cream, fresh blueberries and toasted milk crumb
gallery - roasted butternut squash soup with roasted garlic
gallery - hoagie bread
Chewy Brown Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies - gallery
Sinangag - gallery
Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta - gallery
bazlama bread - gallery
Turon with Brown Butter Butterscotch Sauce
Chocolate Chip Macaroons
Cream Scones
Turkey SaladSandwich with arugula, tomato or pickle

More recipes to come! Stay tuned….

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The recipes above have step-by-step instructions with details, descriptions and any advice I may have because I want these recipes to be as successful and delicious for you as they are for my family.

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PERSONAL NOTES:

In this gallery are my family recipes. All these dishes, desserts, cookies and breads have been an integral part of our family life. Food not only brings us nourishment, but also sentimentality and memory.

Many of these recipes are quick and easy. Some are more challenging and time consuming. But all of them are do-able. I have tried to simplify as much as possible, but did not want to skimp on detail and description because I so understand the frustration of not knowing if everything is going the way it’s supposed to go – especially if preparing something new and unfamiliar.

As I always say, my recipes are less about what is traditional or trendy and more about what my family enjoys. I hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

A little bit about Filipino food:

Many dishes above are Filipino.

Filipino dishes are vibrant, bold and colorful. Sour, salty, sweet, even bitter flavors along with lots of garlic and ginger are prominent in so many of the dishes. Soups, stews and saucy braises are ladled along side steamed white rice for comforting and filling meals.

Desserts, too, are vibrant and sweet and often center around fruits, flans, jellies and sticky rice cakes. They can be as simple and pure as fried bananas coated in sugar or as delicate as the Sans Rival – layers of crispy cashew meringue and vanilla buttercream. Filipinos take dessert as seriously as the main meals.

Street food is a whole other category in itself – also bold and flavorful. There are always stands and stands of vendors grilling skewers of tasty meats over hot coals or frying balls of fishcakes to be dipped in spicy vinegars. They sell roasted or boiled peanuts, roasted ears of corn, empanadas, even bowls of Arroz Caldo (rice porridge) and Mami (Filipino noodles). One of my all-time favorites was Taho, silken tofu with tapioca pearls in warm brown sugar syrup. I remember vendors only sold Taho in the morning. Street food is a truly huge and much-loved part of Filipino cuisine.

For an in-depth look into Filipino cuisine:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filipino_cuisine