Halo Halo - Filipino dessert made out of mixed beans, fruits, gulaman, tapioca pearls, nata de coco and sweet potato...
Spanish-Filipino rice dish with chicken, chorizo and coconut milk.
Rich date and walnut bars called Food for the Gods.
Longganisa, Filipino-style sausage, with fried eggs and fried rice.
Filipino oven fried chicken.
Philippine equivalent to chicken soup- a soothing and delicious comfort food
A refreshing citrus juice made from pineapple and kalamansi (Philippine lemon).
Homemade banana ketchup.
Sweet and Sour Pork - tasty tender pork pieces and a sauce with a kick
Yema cupcakes with pastillas de leche frosting.
Green Beans and Chicken cooked in black Bean Sauce.
my take on Yang Chow Fried Rice with heaps of goodies
Sweet corn and jack fruit cooked in coconut milk. Wonderful treat.
Filipino chicken and rice soup.
Filipino Leche Flan/Creme Caramel with a hint of green tea
Ginataang Halo-Halo. Butternut squash, saba bananas, jackfruit, purple sweet potatoes in coconut milk.
Papaitan: A Filipino soup made with beef, tripe, and bile. It's a wonderfully rich and complex dish for the brave.
Jackfruit Bread Pudding.
Chicken Tinola, Filipino chicken soup.
Lumpia Shanghai, a Filipino version of the popular spring roll,is filled with pork...yummy.
Adobo - Pork stewed in vinegar and soy sauce
Homemade salted duck egg with tomatoes. Learn how to brine duck eggs at home.
Simple food is universal and delicious. Filipino Beef Nilaga is a classic stew that will warm you with its familiar flavors.
Brazo de Mercedes. Pillowy meringue rolled and filled with rich custard.
Grilled Chicken Adobo
Ginataang Hipon. Shrimp in coconut milk.
Adobo on rice reinvented.
Young coconut and pandan Asian jelly "shots".
Filipino Turon – Banana Rolls Fried in Coconut Oil
Chili Curacha Pasta - curacha is also known as spanner crab and can be found in the deep waters off the coast of Zamboanga, in the southernmost region of the Philippines.
Cantaloupe melon coolers with a squeeze of calamansi -- the perfect summer drink.
Deep-fried fish balls with sweet and sour sauce. Classic Filipino street food.
The Elvis. A simple peanut butter and banana sandwich - but this time, with a few tweaks of cinnamon raisin flavored peanut butter and pan de sal instead of sliced bread.
Mamon - Filipino Style Hand Sized Sponge Cake topped with grated cheese