Rose Water! Make your own!

Back on spring time, our roses started to flower from left to right that I could not keep up on harvesting them to put them on the center table. I also didn’t want them to just stay on their stems until they wilt. So of course, I had to look for ways to maximize them…

Homemade Coconut Scrub

If you have checked or followed my tutorial on coconut oil, you probably have some leftover pulp. Do not throw them because you can have a good use for them. If you haven’t seen it, check it on this link. After all, you worked so hard to get all those coconut milk so it is…

Make your own Coconut Oil!

Coconut Oil is known for its many benefits. I will let you research on the numerous benefits but allow me to tell you while I am in love with this oil. I am personally a user of coconut oil since I was very, very young. My mother told me that I had some bad skin…

Homemade Gourmet Tuyo

Tuyo (Dried Herring) is a staple product in the Philippines perfect for breakfast. It is best paired with fried eggs and rice. While I am not a huge fan of this, I totally flipped when I have tasted the upgraded version of it. It’s called “gourmet tuyo”, and I must tell you it is so…

Kimbap: Korean Sushi

I follow a great blogger on Youtube namely Maangchi. She is so adorable and fun to watch. It is impossible not to be influenced by her bubbly attitude. I love Korean foods (especially barbecue). And when I’m craving for Korean foods, she is my go to teacher. Just follow her recipe and you’re good to…

Super Easy Shrimp Tempura

When I go to a Japanese restaurant, I am always fancied out on how their shrimp tempuras look like. It has a certain look that draws my palate to eat them right away. I super love it when they top it on my Udon. Aaah, it doesn’t get any better than that. Unfortunately, I can’t…

My Lazy Yakitori

We all know Japanese are very creative when it comes to preparing their food. Yakitori is a Japanese dish that involves skewering the meat with skewer like bamboo stick. I call mine “Lazy Yakitori” because I adapted the main recipe to suit my needs and mood. This is in no way disrespecting the dish, but…

Grab and Go Healthy Oatmeal Drink

Have you ever woken up only to find out you’re running late for work or school? Or you got up and not feeling the vibes to cook anything yet? Or feeling like just sitting down and drink a warm cup of fluid while you are trying to wake up yourself from a nice sleep? Worry no…

Homemade Egg Protein Powder

Mornings are always extremely busy, and it seems like we are always in a hurry. I struggle on waking up early, and my husband is always hesitant to wake me up. I’m also face with the dilemma of not wanting to eat anything solid but just a warm cup of drink. So to solve my…

Yay! Tender, Tasty Chuck Roast!

I have cooked Chuck Roast in the past just by making it into a stew. That was the time that I still do not know yet that every cut of beef has its best way of cooking it. I get it. Yea, I’m the trial-and-error type of cook. But hey, aren’t we all learners in…

Taking a plunge on Gardening! (Beginner’s Guide)

Last year, 2016, I took a plunge on backyard gardening. I originally planned on just growing Basil, Parsley and Cilantro because of the scarcity whenever I need them for cooking. As I browsed Pinterest and Instagram, I found tons of lovely profiles that are very hooked in gardening. The more I check them, the more…

Chili Soup Oh So Yummy!

I first got hooked with chili soup when we went to Texas Roadhouse, and my hubby ordered it for his side. One day, he came home telling me that he joined the “Chili Club” in his workplace where there will be assigned day for him to bring his own chili. Our conversation went like this:…