*This is the 2nd of a 4-part recipe series featuring lean cuts of beef. The first recipe is Boiled Chuck Shoulder Roast (Nilagang Baka), which can be found HERE .*
On Thursday, Saturday and Sunday last week (yes, just before the start of the Lenten
Bo Naung Xa - Vietnamese Beef Skewers These traditional lemon grass marinated beef skewers are common in any Vietnamese gathering. Even the road side vendors in Saigon sell these tasty morsels along with a special dipping sauce called Nuoc Cham. These be
When the recent catastrophe happened in Japan, one of my blogger friends, Melody of Gourmetfury , decided to team up with Joy of Gourmeted for a collective bake sale to raise funds for the Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief. All the proceeds went d
Have you ever had one of those unexpected cravings for hot spicy food?
And if you?re looking for spicy hot food which is out of the ordinary or edgy or unusual and unexpected? you should try Oseng-oseng Mercon or Firecracker Stir-fried Beef ..
Corned beef has always been my favorite breakfast dish. Together with hot pandesal or rice, and a cup of coffee would be perfect to start my day right. Here?s how I prepare this dish:
2 340g cans of Libby?s corned beef
Beef achar is a tasty pickle item prepared in Kerala.It had always been by companion during my hostel life. For all those meat lovers who wishes to have meat for their meal time,prepare a pure vegetarian meal and give 2 teaspoons of this pickle on the sid
I love Southeast Asian food, I love cooking Southeast Asian food even more- its complicated cooking process, and the *almost* intimidating ingredients. After discovering the spice shop in my office neighbourhood I got more excited than ever with Asian coo
Some time last year, I was browsing on the internet and came across a site that blogs about Malaysian food. I was very excited to learn that the author of My Lemony Kitchen , Lisa , hails from Kedah, Malaysia. That is where I come from too! I found my
H ave you heard of 'Kalyani' before? No, I didn't mean the girl 'Kalyani' but the biriyani which is sold by the name 'Kalyani' in Hyderabad? It's nothing but a biriyani made with beef. I've never heard of it until I got married. Jobin used to mention abou
Like many classic dishes from The Straits that my mother cooked when I was a kid, I've been putting off cooking beef rendang for years because I was paranoid about not being able to nail it the way it should be. Fortunately it's actually pretty easy and n
I love the idea of nose to tail eating, wasting nothing from animal?s appeals as I?m essentially a very thrifty person! Heart for me these days is a rare treat though and can sometimes be on the pricey side. When I was in kitchens professionally most
*This is the 3rd of a 4-part recipe series featuring lean cuts of beef. The first recipe is a Filipino dish Boiled Chuck Shoulder Roast (Nilagang Baka) which can be found HERE . The second recipe is a Japanese dish Beef Bowl (Gyudon) which ca
This recipe originally came from my sister-in-law, Jonelle. She is an amazing cook. I've adapted it to use THRIVE ingredients. Using THRIVE made this a very simple and easy meal since all the veggies are all pre-cut and the meat is pre-cut and precooke
Very much nadan Kerala Beef Roast. Best combination with kappa(tapioca), chapathis as well as rice.
Beef- 1/4 kg,cut into small pieces
Onion- 1 1/2large,thinly sliced
Green chillies- 3 slit
Garlic- 4 pods, sliced
Ginger- 1 in
Why Kale? Many people are not so familiar with kale but if you try this recipe in future I am positive that kale will be more often on any healthy shopper list.
Usually I love to steam kale but this time I wanted to make something different and crunchy,
I wanna share my new favorite hangout.
Perfect for this cool weather.
Perfect for meat lovers.
Perfect for big eaters.
Perfect for me.
It's this all you can eat Japanese hotpot chain called Gyu Jin.
SC discovered this place through his friend, who
Shin Kee Beef Noodles????????is very well know and even Ah Xian has visited before. It located just next to Petaling Street or I should say it near to Pudu Bus Station, where good old time memory I go study my bus will stop at Pudu station, while walking
The Summer of 1969. I was young, sassy in the era of sex, drugs rock n roll. Flower Power ruled and I'd just graduated from High School. Life held immense possibilities. I was flying high.....no, not on pot. My dad had given me permission to spend tha
I am a huge fan of roast beef sandwiches. I prefer that my roast beef is rare, while my husband prefers medium. Either way, a fresh sourdough roll with mayo and deli mustard, Swiss cheese and sweet pickles is my winning formula. The problem is finding go
Paul the octopus was right all along, Spain are now World Cup winners, and I should have put some money behind his choices. Sorry to have been away from the blog for so long, I ve been out in the sun you see, chasing sushi dreams. Here s the first repor
I actually got a hot tip about Lobby s Beef, Burgers, Dogs from one of my readers!! What a good tip to get. I ve been very behind on being able to review restaurants due to my child s health issues. However, things are getting much better and I ve b
Marian from Philippines demonstrated 3 Filipino recipes in the Caring Place Community Kitchen. Marian used to own a restaurant which specializes on grill items in Philippines before she moved to Canada. We are so glad to learn from her.
Michael Symon's Beef Cheek Pierogies with Wild Mushrooms and Horseradish (p. 45) was by far the most fun dish that I've made yet. As you probably know by now, Cleveland's NBC affiliate, WKYC Channel 3 came to my house and filmed me as I made them . This
Before we went for our Hong Kong trip in November, we decided to write something about the much publicised Beef Noodles . Basically on the Island of Penang when you ask anyone on the road about where to find Clear Soup Beef Noodles , most probably they