Peeling a Mango

Not sure if this is an old trick, but here’s one way of peeling your mangoes. Pretty easy and not too sticky. Mango from Geraldine Cuason on Vimeo.

Greek Chorizo Salad

Our go-to salad ingredients in Manila has become mustard leaves, tomatoes, onions and cucumber. These are the easiest and cheapest ingredients we can buy from the local neighbourhood market. We would have wanted… Continue reading

Oriental Chicken Salad

I still have problems distinguishing cabbage and lettuce, they look alike!! But I’m glad using cabbage, instead of Chinese lettuce still worked, despite Peter’s constant tips and reminders. This salad is very filling… Continue reading

Chori Burger

Royal Chef first heard of Chori Burger from that Googa Mooga. He liked the video, as well as the idea of having chorizo (or longganisa) in a burger. I’ve already heard of chori… Continue reading

Spicy Pork Lettuce Wraps

Oh dear, last post was May?? No excuses, I don’t know what happened! Since me and Chef are both on a diet (he’s on paleo, I eat whatever he prepares), my scope of… Continue reading

Noodles with Sesame Chili Oil

Has it been two months since I last posted?? My god, we were so busy that we just don’t have time to cook something nice and take photos and blog about it. I… Continue reading

Apple Flapjack Crumble

This would be the last post for Chef’s 3-course birthday dinner. For starters, I made Smoked Salmon and Cream Rolls which I thought was very rich and fatty but delish;) And for mains, I cooked… Continue reading

Sichuan Peppercorn-crusted Duck Breast with Asian Veggies

Choosing the main dish for Chef is really hard, he loves his salmon, but he requested duck, because he loves duck. I’ve made up my mind on Glazed Hoisin Duck recipe, but Chef… Continue reading

Smoked Salmon and Cream Rolls

Chef’s birthday is coming up this Monday, and to make up for not being able to spend his birthday as I have to work, I made him an early 3-course birthday meal. I… Continue reading