Compilation of food, recipes that we've tried, and food reviews.

  • Home Food Kids Kitchen Camp

    Kids Kitchen Camp: Home Foodie Live Series

    Let your little Home Foodie master chefs enjoy a hands-on Facebook cooking & baking session. Resident Home Foodie chefs will do a live learning session of 5 scrumptious, kid-friendly recipes for the Kids Kitchen Camp. Home Foodie will post a collage of all participants who joined, so don’t forget to take a selfie while cooking! Click going in the Home Foodie FB event page to confirm your attendance and be updated on this online event on April 28, 2:00 PM (GMT+8):! Don’t forget to read the guidelines, waiver, and recipes! The Home Foodie chefs will demo the following 5-Kid Friendly Recipes at the Kids Kitchen Camp: Tender Juicy Fries 3-Ingredient…

  • How to make crispy kangkong

    Crispy Kangkong Recipe

    The only vegetable that my son eats without complaint is kangkong (water spinach). We usually steam it or put it in sinigang but last night, I tried making crispy kangkong and he liked it. Yay! So, I’m sharing the recipe here. How to Cook Crispy Kangkong Ingredients a bundle of kangkong1 egga cup of water1 cup flour1/2 cup cornstarchsaltpepperoil (enough for deep frying) Cooking Procedure Remove the kangkong leaves from the stalk. Wash, drain, and let it dry. Beat the egg, then mix it with water, flour, cornstarch, salt, and pepper. Add the kangkong leaves. Make sure that all leaves are coated with batter. Heat the oil in a pot.…

  • Yakikai

    Yakikai Grill and Fusion Buffet, Tomas Morato

    Visited Yakikai Grill and Fusion Buffet last February 28, 2020 with food bloggers. Sharing this here, as this is the first food blogger event that I went to outside Bulacan. 🙂 Yakikai Restaurant – Korean & Japanese Fusion Grill Buffet Location: 122. Scout Dr. Lazcano St Brgy Sacred Heart Tomas Morato, Quezon City Opening Hours:Everyday – 4PM to 2AM Premium Set: P339 (P499 Regular Price) – Chicken Teriyaki– Spicy Chicken Yakiniku– Samgyupsal– Spicy Samgyupsal– Galbi Sauce Pork– Peppered Pork Shoulder Loin– All offered in Master Set– Sliced Beef– Beef Tare Yakiniku– Spicy Beef– Fresh Shrimp Emperor Set: P599 (P699 Regular Price) – Chicken Teriyaki– Spicy Chicken Yakiniku– Samgyupsal– Spicy Samgyupsal–…

  • Homebound Mom at Any-Haw Dine-in Restaurant

    Any-Haw Dine-in Restaurant in Bulacan

    Any-Haw Litson Manok has been our go-to whenever we want grilled chicken since we moved in Santa Maria, Bulacan. It tastes good, affordable, and it’s very easy to spot an outlet store. Ruby and Zaldy de la Cruz, owners of Any-Haw, started their first branch in Santa Maria, Bulacan in 2004 and now has 11 outlet stores. Any-haw also has 3 dine-in restaurants, the first branch opened last 2010. Also, the inspiring story of how they started was featured by Manila Bulletin. Any-Haw Outlet Stores: Dulong Bayan Sta. Maria Paso Bagbaguin Sta. Maria Caypombo Sta. Maria Siling Bata, Pandi Crossing, Norzagaray Catmon, Sta. Maria Pulong Buhangin Bypass Road, Guyong Poblacion,…

  • Homemade Pizza

    Easy Homemade Stovetop Pizza Recipe

    My son and I love pizza. But, as much as we love it, buying one is expensive ranging from P300 to P700 for a regular size, hand-tossed pizza crust. Here in the province, there are small stalls selling pizza at a cheaper price but the toppings are limited and most of the time we don’t like the taste. Because of this, we thought of making our own. Below is our Homemade Stovetop Pizza Recipe. **We don’t own an oven, so we just used our favorite frying pan and cooked it on the stovetop. 😉 Ingredients: Bambi Pizza Crust – 10″Del Monte Sweet Style Spaghetti SauceJolly Mushroom (premium sliced)Hotdog (thinly sliced)…

  • Sinigang na Bangus Recipe

    Sinigang na Bangus Recipe

    One of the easiest dishes to cook, for me, is Sinigang na Bangus. “…it is a Filipino soup or stew characterized by its sour and savoury taste most often associated with tamarind (Filipino: sampalok). It is one of the more popular dishes in Filipino cuisine.” – Wikipedia For this recipe, I used boneless milkfish because it is easier to eat, especially if you have a toddler. You can either have the milkfish deboned in the wet market or buy one in the supermarket. Ingredients: 1 Bangus (Milkfish, Cleaned and Sliced)2 onions sliced3 tomatoes sliced20g pack Knorr Sinigang sa Sampalok Mix Original1 L watera bunch of kangkong (water spinach), separate the leaves from the stalks1 bundle sitaw (string beans)2 sili pangsigang…

  • Fusilli Carbonara with Mushroom

    Fusilli Carbonara with Mushroom Recipe

    Whenever my son doesn’t want to eat rice, our go-to food would always be pasta, pancit bihon, pancit canton, or any noodles topped with white or red sauce. And, today is one of those days. Good thing pasta and sauce are included in our monthly grocery staples! I prepared a very easy to cook Fusilli Carbonara with Mushroom for lunch so the picky toddler can eat. I do not have time to check for the best recipe online, so I just cooked it like a normal pasta would be cooked. Here’s how I did it. Ingredients: 3 cups Fusilli pasta 200g Del Monte Carbonara Style Spaghetti Sauce water salt oil…