” It gave me the chance to learn new skills everyday. The possibilities are limitless. Taking them as they come, one possibility at a time.” Continue reading The Story of The Accidental Chef
“Part of the adjustments in living abroad, is embracing local cuisine and lifestyle. ” Continue reading Guatemalan food, embracing local flavors
Succulent, meaty, sweet, nutritious and deliciously tempting, these are just some words to describe Philippine Mangoes. Mango or mangga in Filipino, is the national fruit of the Philippines and is then third most important fruit crop of the country … Continue reading The golden fruit of the Philippines: Manila Mango
Getting drunk is not new in Guatemala, or anywhere in the world, everybody have their own version of “happy hour/moment”. For many years , Salcajá has been the best reference for the production of homemade alcoholic beverages in Guatemala. Salcajá is a … Continue reading Homemade alcoholic beverages of Salcajá, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala: Rompopo and Caldo de frutas
Pinikpikan is a controversial yet a famous native dish from the highlands of Cordillera, northern region of the Philippines. For some, it is an extreme eating, but looking closely to the end product, it looks pretty simple and delicious. If … Continue reading Extreme eating: Pinikpikan
Those moments when a craving hits you, the savor and flavor that scream…HOMEeee. And tonight, is one of those moments, which I simply have to eat … Continue reading Soup it!!!
Ser de las Filipinas y crecer con arroz todos los días, sin duda; puedo decir que los filipinos disfrutan el arroz en cada tiempo de comida. Digamos arroz por la mañana, arroz al mediodía y arroz en la noche, sin … Continue reading Por el Amor al Arroz
Being from the Philippines and grew up eating rice every day, I can certainly say that Filipinos LOVE rice, each and every meal time. As in, rice in the morning, rice at noon & rice in the evening, not to … Continue reading For the Love of Rice
During summer time in the Philippines, the number one food that every single Filipinos crave for is Halo-halo. Halo-halo is from a Tagalog word “halo”, which means mix. Though widely available throughout the year as a dessert, it earned its … Continue reading Halo-halo and Granizada, you’ll ask for more!
Durante el tiempo de verano en Filipinas, entre los alimentos que cada filipino anhela esta halo-halo. Halo-halo es una palabra en tagalog; “halo”, significa mezcla. Aunque se encuentra ampliamente disponible en todo el año como un postre; que ganó su … Continue reading Halo-halo y Granizada, usted va a pedir más!