Filipino style Beef Steak. Bistek or bistec, is a Spanish loan word derived from the English words, “beef steak.” It’s slices of tenderloin steak, salted, and peppered. Its marinated in calamansi juice or lemon juice, garlic, onions, soy sauce. A … Continue reading Bistek
Beef Nilaga This is an all-in-one meal in a pot dish. A nourishing slow cooked Filipino Beef and Vegetable Soup. Great for cold weather. The secret to this soup is mainly the broth. It contains meat and vegetables all cooked … Continue reading Beef Nilaga
Filipino’s sweet chocolate rice porridge When I wake up in the morning to rain, snow, or freezing cold weather, and I hear my wife making something in the kitchen, I already know it’s Champorado. I personally don’t eat this dish. … Continue reading Champorado
It’s the traditional spaghetti, but with a little twist. Find out what the additional ingredient is, that makes a traditional spaghetti into a Filipino style spaghetti. On this dish I’m going to skip the cooking of the noodles since we … Continue reading Filipino style spaghetti
A few days ago, I searched up famous American Filipino actors/actresses and I was surprised to see how many they were and who they are. I knew a few, but the others I did not. Being Filipino you don’t hear … Continue reading Famous people from Filipino descendants.
Song by Yung Sushi Produced by Gregatron Listen and download Yung Sushi’s new song “With Me” on SoundCloud Continue reading “With Me”
Tocino, is bacon in Spanish chopped up into cubes. In the Philippines, it is eaten as a meal served at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It is marinated in a sweat marinade mixture then cured for 1-3 days in the refrigerator. … Continue reading Tocino