Easy Savory Chicken Curry Recipe

What a wonderful Monday! Discovering other cultures, traditions, and cuisines is one of the pleasures of being an ex-pat or traveling worldwide. Since I'm now stationed in Dubai, UAE, Indian foods are near and dear to my heart. So many wonderful and brilliant Indians have exposed me to their cuisine. My hubby and I also... Continue Reading →

Tasty Sautéed Tomatoes and Eggs

Happy Monday, Lounger! I hope you’re having a fabulous day! I love tomatoes because they are natural cosmetics. When I was a kid, my father used to tell me to eat tomatoes so my skin would glow. Right! I grew up in frugality, and my father always cooked us this dish—a very Asian-Filipino meal. I’m... Continue Reading →

25 Reasons Why to Visit the Philippines

Today is a great time to research and plan for your next after pandemic relaxation and ultimate vacation. Before you even check the usual tourist destinations in North and South America or Europe, I highly recommend you check my home country - The Philippines! It may sound bias to you but let me first give... Continue Reading →

Easy Cajun Stir Fry Tuna Loin Recipe

Cajun spice is a mix rustic seasoning blend from Louisiana. In general, Cajun is a spicy blend featuring loads of paprika, cayenne, garlic powder, pepper, and oregano. My hubby and I love this seasoning; hence it’s a must in the pantry! We also love seafood and fish, so this blog post is an easy Cajun... Continue Reading →

Baked Sushi Rice

Happy Monday, Lounger! One of my favorite cuisines is from the Japanese! Japanese sushi rice is the best! Back then, in Southeast Asia, fish are fermented with rice vinegar, salt, and rice. Fast forward, people are more creative and distinctive with their taste. Bettered sushi dishes are introduced and appreciated! Let me share with you... Continue Reading →

Getting Smart on Philippine Money

Traveling abroad is both exciting and nerve-racking. If you're planning a trip to the Philippines for the first time, you've come to the right place to learn about the local currency. Of course, you must be familiar with and understand the value of the Philippine Peso. Don't worry, I got your back! It's so easy!... Continue Reading →

Baked Beans Masala

Masala is a mixture of ground spices, from South Asia, common in Afghani, Pakistani, Nepalese, Bangladeshi, Sri Lankan and Indian cuisines.  I have made a simple snack recipe that is fusion of Western English dish (Baked Beans) and South Asians’ spices - Masala. My very own Baked Beans Masala 15 minutes preparation and cooking, good... Continue Reading →

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