Make Trending Recipes with Four Flavored Cheeses

K-Drama binge-watching and K-Pop groups like BTS had us craving Korean food during this pandemic. It could have been the perfect time to sample all the different food trends that we see online, yet most restaurants are still on limited seating capacity thanks to ever-changing restrictive quarantine classifications. If you are like us, and want… Continue reading Make Trending Recipes with Four Flavored Cheeses

Lola Nena’s-Inspired Cheese Donuts Recipe: Pinoy-Style Donuts

We’ll bet you’ve seen Lola Nena’s donuts online—almost giant, fluffy, melted cheese-filled donuts smothered in margarine and sugar. Heck, you’ve probably even seen them questionably (or ingeniously?) used for birria tacos or cheeseburgers. These newcomers to Lola Nena’s menu gained quite a lot of traction; so much so that the brand upped production to almost… Continue reading Lola Nena’s-Inspired Cheese Donuts Recipe: Pinoy-Style Donuts

Dark Chocolate California Raisin Sandwiches: Not Your Average Raisin Cookie Recipe

Oatmeal raisin cookies are not the only baking recipe you should employ raisins in. While there’s nothing wrong with the traditional, old-school way of treating raisins, there’s so much more you can do with the versatile dried fruit. We’ve made this sandwich cookie that does take notes from a traditional pairing (chocolate + fruit), but… Continue reading Dark Chocolate California Raisin Sandwiches: Not Your Average Raisin Cookie Recipe

Salt and Vinegar Wings Recipe: Inspired by Potato Chips

Salt and vinegar chips, though deceptively simple, are probably one of the zappiest flavors out there. It’s a real punch in the face; it hits you with the tanginess of vinegar, balanced out by a kick of saltiness. It’s great when you really want to get yourself salivating. This recipe takes that same flavor and… Continue reading Salt and Vinegar Wings Recipe: Inspired by Potato Chips

Charlie Chan Chicken Pasta Recipe: A Not-So-Secret Yellow Cab Favorite

Way back when my pasta universe consisted solely of spaghetti and meatballs, my father took me out to try the newly opened branch of Yellow Cab Pizza Co. I remember this especially because we got into a stubborn argument on what to order. I was convinced that spaghetti and meatballs would trump this Charlie Chan… Continue reading Charlie Chan Chicken Pasta Recipe: A Not-So-Secret Yellow Cab Favorite

Banana Bible: 12 Varieties Worth Seeking Out in the Philippines

The Philippines is brimming with a massive agricultural landscape, of which one of its most important crops is the banana. It is said to be native to Southeast Asia with the Philippines as within its center of origin and diversity. Bananas are a staple fruit on many a Filipino’s diets, finding their way to many… Continue reading Banana Bible: 12 Varieties Worth Seeking Out in the Philippines

Spicy Mayo Makes This Spam Musubi Recipe Even Better

SPAM musubi sounds and looks terribly intimidating, doesn’t it? When you see that neatly wrapped Hawaiian parcel, you’d never think you could make it at home. In reality, this recipe comes together so easily, especially if you have your can handy to form the musubi in! Now that you know how simple it is to… Continue reading Spicy Mayo Makes This Spam Musubi Recipe Even Better

Corned Beef Isn’t Just For Breakfast; Here Are Three New Ways To Cook It

Filipinos love corned beef. For breakfast, it’s definitely a nationwide staple that’s often in everyone’s pantry. It’s easy to cook, always delicious, and accessible to all sorts of budgets. But during this time when everyone’s finding themselves in the kitchen more often, there’s definitely a need to change up the way things are done. Even… Continue reading Corned Beef Isn’t Just For Breakfast; Here Are Three New Ways To Cook It