Put a Pinoy twist to your siomai by wrapping them in petchay leaves.
Use this local version of pesto in pasta, on bread, or even as a marinade for meat and seafood.
Malunggay leaves contain four times the calcium and twice the protein of milk, three times the potassium of bananas, and four times the vitamin A of carrots.
Aside from tinola, you can also use malunggay leaves for pesto too!
In this Ilocano dish, the shredded green bananas and mashed sweet potatoes thicken the liquid.
Get the fam together for DVD night! We suggest classics, adventure, comedies, or taking a vote so there's something for everyone. Utensils not required!
There's a reason why this pair is always invited in all sorts of parties - because everyone (well, almost) loves them! Play around with the sauces and flavors. No rules!
Eat as Aphrodite and Hercules would and feast on the wonderful flavors the Mediterranean Sea can offer. Expect fresh food laced with heady flavors.
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