DIY Korean BBQ Budget Date for 2

Eating in a Korean BBQ is a really nice experience. But if you cannot eat as much, you might want to feel that you were not able to get the value of what you paid for. The cheapest Korean BBQ place I’ve been to was around 300 Pesos per head and that was for unlimitedRead More


Stir Fried Beef Noodles, How To Series

Every now and then my father requests a food for me to cook. This time he wanted a noodle dish and so he bought all the ingredients I asked to make Stir Fried Beef Noodles. Using Oyster Sauce as the main source of Flavor. This is a really cheap, quick and very easy to do.Read More


How to make PataTim. Ending the week right!

Another recipe before we cap off the week. Last time I featured Pork Hocks (Pata) as a deep fried dish. This time it is boiled in a sweet and savory sauce. Cooked until tender! Behold PataTim! A little bit of its origin. According to, “Patatim is a Filipino dish made out of slowly braised porkRead More


Mozzarella Overload! Tori Chizu

Last week I went to Ortigas to fix something in my Bank. Then I waited for my partner as she was working near the area. We then decided to have dinner before going home because of the traffic jam (which is a usual thing to us here in Manila). As we were walking we sawRead More


Pork Xiao Long Bao – Fat Fook Review

One of the things I do during my free time is to watch YouTube videos. The most common videos I watch are reviews, how to’s, and different cuisines / foods around the world. I love to eat dumplings, hence I made my own version of Gyoza last time. Then I watched this one video featuringRead More


French Toast with Caramelized Apple – Breakfast

Another recipe for today! Eversince I was a kid, I always hear that Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Before I go to school my parents always ask me to finish my breakfast and does not allow me to go to school without eating it. It may be a myth but IRead More


Homemade Gyoza! Yummy Pot Stickers

Welcome to another recipe blog! Today i will show you how to make Gyoza! Gyoza is a japanese dish consisting of wonton wrappers stuffed with pork and cabbage. A little bit of background, gyoza originated in China (where they are called jiaozi), but have become a very popular dish in Japan. I’ve been thinking about this for aRead More