Monthly Archives: June 2011

Fried tuna and sauteed tomato

I’ve run out of Lunch idea, so hubby suggested that I fry some tuna slices and sauté a few tomatoes that he bought from the market. Here’s what I got. Beware this pair may consume a lot of steamed rice. 😀

Business expansion

A friend of mine who is into food catering business has expressed her interest to expand her small business. She said she still wants to learn more about her trade hence she will take up a business course. The problem is she has no time to leave her job in between schooling so an online…

Dried fish

One of hubby’s staff gave him some “pasulubong” from Tacloban City. He was looking for rechargeable aa batteries at the stockroom and when he returned to his room he saw these delectable Pinoy Food on his table. Tuyo or dried fish is one of hubby’s favorite breakfast meal paired with fried rice with crispy fried…

Lumpiang Shanghai

I cooked lumpiang shanghai the other day following Riz’s style of adding tofu or tokwa to the mixture as meat extender. Ingredients: ½ kilo ground pork 3 pcs tokwa Parsley (Kinchay) Carrots (shredded) Onion (finely chopped) Salt to taste Black pepper Soysauce (for a little color) Two eggs (white separated) Lumpiya wrapper Procedure: Mixed all…

Smart Shopping

Are you a smart shopper? Do you replenish your food stock in advance or are you the kind who do last minute shopping when your stock to runs out? Here are some useful tips to help you manage your time, plan your purchases, and get the most of what you pay for on a limited…