White Adobo (Adobong Puti) : How to Cook Adobo without Using Soy Sauce

There are as many recipes for adobo as there are Philippine islands. My two favorite recipes are the white adobo and the adobo cooked in coconut milk. Food memories at my dorm in UP consisted of adobo that mom cooked for us. See in the dorm, we were not allowed to cook our meals. Mom’sRead More

Chasing Flavors with Chef Claude Tayag

I must admit that when my sister, Noemi Dado, Pinoy Food Blog’s visionary, asked me if I could attend the Press Launch for “Chasing Flavors,” Lifestyle TV Philippines’ newest show that premieres on Saturday, June 3, 2017, 9:00 pm, on SKYcable channel 52, I did not hesitate, enthusiastic co-blogger that I am. Chef Claude Tayag,Read More

Pinoy Food Blog is now part of the Pinterest Community in the Philippines #PinItPinas

I’ve had a Pinterest Board for many years. There are many boards that I created ranging from Home styling, inspirational quotes, infographics, makeup , personal style and my food recipes.  If you haven’t heard of Pinterest, it’s a visual bookmarking tool that helps you discover and save. Below  are pins from various readers around theRead More

Sarap ng #LutongNanay : Tinola sa Gata

How do you usually cook Tinola? As described in Wikipedia, Tinola is “a dish is cooked with chicken, wedges of green papaya, and leaves of the siling labuyo chili pepper in broth flavored with ginger, onions and fish sauce. A common variant substitutes pork for chicken, chayote instead of papaya, or moringa leaves known asRead More

KitchenAid® and the Joys of Cast Iron Casserole Cookery

Ever since I started using a KitchenAid® mixer for my research and development work at my family bakeshop in Cebu, Sally’s Home Bake Ship, in the late 1970s, I was “addicted” to it. Meaning, I couldn’t live without it. Fast-forward to the early 1990s in San Francisco, California. I had asked my younger sister, Myrna,Read More