Carbs, Rice and Pasta

Quick and Easy Sushi Bake: Affordable Japanese Fusion Food Your Kids Will Ask for Again

Easy Baked Sushi Recipe for Busy Parents Dear sweet moms and parents! April here helping you relax into motherhood from my tropical island home. Today I’m sharing a simple yet crave-worthy pandemic classic – the humble sushi bake, also known as “Casserole sushi”. This Japanese fusion dish layers sushi rice and an assortment of fillings …

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Baking Balinghoy -The Classic Filipino Cassava Cake Recipe

Hello momshies! Today’s post is about why comfort food is so, well, comforting. I was baking cassava cake the other day and was ruminating on this while I baked.  Food plays such an important role in our childhood memories. Think back to your favorite family meals, birthday cakes, and homemade treats. Those flavors and smells …

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Stir-Fried Simplicity -Lucban Pancit Habhab Done Right

If you’ve ever been to Quezon, our neighboring province from Marinduque, you would have come to this special pancit dish. Pancit Habhab offers a refreshing lightness and simplicity compared to other traditional Filipino noodle dishes.  This one humble noodle dish was introduced to me by a dearest college friend, VG, who came from a small town …

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Batchoy -A Warming Soup For The Soul

Unraveling the Warmth of Filipino Batchoy! Hey there, sweet moms and parents! April here, your trusty guide to all things relaxing, delightful, and delicious. Today, I’m diving deep into the heart and soul of Filipino cuisine to explore one of its most soul-warming delicacies—the unforgettable Filipino Batchoy! Prepare to be transported on a gustatory journey …

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How to Make Deliciously Fragrant Nasi Lemak in your Rice Cooker

#CookingUpIslandBliss: Making Nasi Lemak in your Rice Cooker As relaxing Sundays go on this tropical island, preparing nasi lemak in your trusty rice cooker has to be one of the simplest ways to start off the week with style. The fragrant aroma of pandan-scented rice, tantalizing chili paste, and freshly cooked ikan bilis will have …

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Pansit Miki May Sabaw -Pancit Made In Sabaw Heaven

Dear sweet moms and parents! April here helping you relax into motherhood from my tropical island home. Today is a little gray and cold so I’m cooking a family favorite for wellbeing – Pansit Miki May Sabaw! These island-made noodles simmered in chicken broth is perfect for comforting weary souls. A simple yet satisfying dish that nurtures the spirit! …

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Toasted Butter Garlic Bread Fuwa Fuwa

Sweet and Chewy Butter Garlic Toasted Bread (Fuwa fuwa)

Butter Garlic Toasted Bread for Sundays? Perfect. I discovered these Fuwa Fuwa bread on my grocery the other day. They look invitingly soft and pillowy that I decided to buy 5 Mini Loaf Milk Loaves to try. It’s a Japanese company and I think they’re set to rival Gardenia soon. Price wise, it’s a bit …

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