FAMILY

Sweet and Spicy Pork Ribs Recipe

If you're thinking of bringing these ribs to a Sunday lunch with the family, marinate them the night before.
If you're thinking of bringing these sweet and spicy pork ribs recipe to a Sunday lunch with the family, marinate them the night before. Come Sunday morning, all you have to do is bake them. So easy! (Click for more ribs recipes) ...

Special Buko Pandan Gel

This Pinoy party classic is always a hit with kids of all ages.
"This is a dessert recipe I enjoy more than fruit salad, maybe because I also love coconut," confesses Crissy Balatbat. "My mom and I found a way to give it extra oomph by adding other ingredients." ...

Pasta with Garlic and Shrimp Paste

This pasta dish consists of just five main ingredients: pasta, garlic, butter, olive oil, and Thai shrimp paste.
This consists of just five main ingredients: pasta, garlic, butter, olive oil, and Thai shrimp paste. Do not let the Asian twist throw you off - the balance of flavors from the fermented shrimp and the garlic is what makes this dish ...

Fried Egg Noodles With Chicken and Shrimp Vegetable Sauce

This Chinese-inspired dish is crunchy egg noodles topped with a tasty sauce of chicken, shrimp, and mixed vegetables.
This Chinese-inspired dish is a delight to eat: crunchy egg noodles topped with a tasty sauce of chicken, shrimp, and mixed vegetables. It's filling on its own but it also makes for a wonderful addition to an oriental spread. ...

Chili-Honey Glazed Lechon Kawali

A sweet-spicy oriental glaze gives fried pork belly a delicious kick and great with ice cold beer.
A sweet-spicy oriental glaze gives fried pork belly a delicious kick and makes it a perfect match for crisp, cold beer. For a heftier meal, pair it with steamed rice and atchara. ...

My Lola's Cure to Homesickness: Making Hot Pandesal in Cold Canada

For this lola, her family, and many other homesick immigrants like her, pandesal is the taste of home.
“Parang ang sarap ng pandesal,” a daughter baits.“Oo nga,” another daughter chimes in. This always happened around that time, late at night, the rest of the city drifting into sleep, someone suddenly starts craving for something soft, sweet, warm, and familiar."Bili ka na sa bakery,” their mother gives one of ...

Filipino Food Keeps My Mom's Memory Alive in NYC

There's comfort and joy in sinigang, adobo, binagoongan, leche flan, halabos na hipon, and big handaans.
Soy sauce, vinegar, and garlic—these three pillars make adobo so delicious but also so pungent. Opening my Tupperware of adobo released its strong aroma that wafted and swirled all around me. I stuck out like a sore thumb among my friends, whose ...
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