Sunday, October 14, 2012

CAMOTE-QUE


CAMOTE QUE - - is a popular Filipino snack food, a portmanteau of the words 'camote' (sweet potato) and 'barbeque'. In 1565, the Spaniards brought camote to the Philippines from Mexico via the galleon trade but they didn't know that camote could be cooked camote-que style. The native Filipinos cooked the early form of camote-que by roasting camote with the skin over open fire using bamboo skewers...

Saturday, October 6, 2012

HOW TO PURCHASE GULAY BOOKS WITH YOUR PESO BANK ACCOUNT





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A lot of friends write to me and say they would like to purchase my GULAY cookbooks online but they don’t have a credit card. For those who don’t have credit cards but would like to purchase my books online, you can pay with your regular Philippine bank account thru Paypal. Here are the easy step-by-step procedures:..

Friday, October 5, 2012

PINAKBET



Pinakbet  or Pakbet is a healthy vegetable dish known all over the Philippines. It originated in the Northern and Ilocos regions. 'Pinakbet' comes from the Ilocano word "Pinakebbet' which means 'to shrivel' or 'dry up' as what happens when vegetables are steamed...