Showing posts from April, 2020

Binangkal Recipe

Binangkal  is a  button down snack from the islands of Visayas and Mindanao in the Philippines. Guts you need: 2 1/2 cups all- purpose flour, 2 tsp baking powder, 200 ml evaporated milk, 1 tsp vanilla extract (optional), 2 tbsp vegetable oil or butter, 1 cup sugar, 1/2 cup sesame seeds, vegetable oil (for frying). Cooking  Agendum: Put together the dry ingredients (all- purpose flour, sugar, and baking powder in a bowl, admix them. Bunch up all the wet ingredients (milk, oil, and vanilla extract) in a separate bowl. Admix them well. Combine the dry ingredients to the bowl and wet ingredients  then mix remarkably. Fashionably spade a tablepoon of the dough to form a small balls. Splash the sesame seeds into a plate and roll the balls into the plate of sesame seeds until fully covered. Sop the oil into a frying pan to heat and fry both sides of the balls until brown using medium heat. Transfer into a plate lined with paper towels to absorb oil. Cave in

Cassava nilupak

A Filipino overtone delicacy made from boiled cassava, butter, sugar or sweetened condense milk. These days there are more convenient ways to make nilupak, other use grated cassava that is easily bought in  supermarkets, or  you can use a grinder to grind the cooked cassava for a finer and smoother texture. You will need: cassava, sweetened condensed milk, margarine or butter, and grated coconut (optional) T he run-of-the-mill preparation: Cut the cassava,  peel and  boil until cooked. Crush into a fine texture using a potato masher or  grinder to grind. Add the condensed milk or sugar, softened margarine, and lean on to your  taste of sweetness. Mold nilupak, hang on to your taste and you can top it with margarine, grated coconut  or cheese.

Do you ever wonder if there's really a certain reason why people come into your life?

We can learn something from everyone we meet. I do believe that people came into our lives to help us learn the game or to inspire us sometimes, so YES people pass through our lives and as the saying goes, some for a reason, some for a season and some for a lifetime and we learn from those who are kind, and while others we learn to deal with it... When good things we discover by chance with that kind of people we meet and we all like to believe that we have such fortune to continue believing 'everyone comes into our lives for a reason'.  But sometimes you find someone similar in that way as you and you can now really appreciate them for who they are because you appreciate it in yourself, a kinesthesia right (?) I have met people throughout my life who have served a great purpose, during my corporate years,  and  enthroned to meet someone who would help guide my career. But I have learned to cut out the off-coloured people in my life and keep in store, those who bring posi

Quarantine-drink-trend “dalgona coffee”

A pinch of patience and spoonfull of laughter...   We shift back to the culinary world and get on board the  Quarantine-drink-trend that's taking over Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.  T hose in quarantine have needed a new way to get their coffee   mend without having to     expose to hazard outdoor world. It’s harder to prepare a barista-hodgepodge-style without having access to ordinary consequence of espresso machine.   And the seclusiveness appetite has a mind of its own, focuses on what’s in front of me and I can't think of a better way to ring in the whisked of quarantine-drink-trend “dalgona coffee”   with a sweet dessert like cassava “nilupak” (Filipino dessert) it was definitely worth the work! Ingredients 2 tbsp instant coffee or espresso powder 3 tbsp sugar 2 tbsp very hot water 250ml milk Procedure  Add the instant coffee, sugar and hot water to a medium mixing bowl. Using an electric hand-held mixer, whip the coff

Stay home and be a responsible digital citizen

Marching your life to be a different drummer is a foolproof classical way, walk away from verbal calumny. Let's stay safe, healthy at home and sooner we can do all. Let us be a responsible digital citizen and be mindful about what we post and share. The schoolyard to social media such as emails, mobile messages, Facebook, messenger, Instagram, Whats app, Youtube and Twitter is an electronic harassment provisions can be a caption to cyber bullying which refers to the use of Internet and mobile technology to HARASS, INTIMIDATE or cause HARM to another person.  It's something that comes very naturally to us sometimes to gossip. Oh yes, staying home is kind a boring life, so we start the " gossip", in this sense plays a number of different roles in the maintenance of social function to people, but if you have nothing nice to say, better DON'T say anything at all.  Let today be the day-- our virtual lives, are just as over sequence of time allowed as our re