I love to learn and discover new ways to make good food. I hope to share some of my fave recipes here so that anyone, foodgeek or not, can benefit from it somehow. Please chime in...I welcome your comments or just a plain hello would be nice too! If you have any recipes to share please feel free to contact me or post it in a comment in this blog.
|Posted by foodgeek on December 6, 2011 at 2:05 PM||comments (0)|
This is a quick post of a quick side/appetizer that I quickly whipped up using ingredients on hand for a potluck Christmas party. I got a couple of requests for the recipe at the party so I figured, why not put it on the blog!
The reason this is a quick recipe is because everything I do lately, cooking or otherwise, has to be quick due to lack of time. Life with my 3 year old, Grace, has become much more hectic since we brought her home from China a year ago. I cannot ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by foodgeek on November 14, 2011 at 1:50 AM||comments (12)|
This month's Kulinarya challenge is Arroz Caldo. Perfect timing because I had been intending to make it anyway. Perfect theme for rainy, cooler weather here in Southern California. This is also the first time I am making this dish. I have made similar chicken and rice stews and soups, but never the traditional FilipinoArroz Caldo.
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|Posted by foodgeek on October 4, 2011 at 5:00 PM||comments (0)|
I recently came across a cookbook called The Everything Rice Cooker Cookbook by Hui Leng Tay, when I went to check out Border's close out deals. I did a quick peruse and found some rather interesting, good sounding, mostly Asian recipes. At 40% off, I went ahead and added it to my pile of cookbooks to be purchased.
I have a rice cooker, which I have not used for anything more than cooking white and brown rice. Being born and raised in the Philippines, ri...Read Full Post »
|Posted by foodgeek on September 27, 2011 at 4:10 PM||comments (9)|
Sooo...remember me? It's been a while!
Kulinarya Cooking Club is now reinforcing strict posting rules, one of which is that members must submit a post once every quarter. So I better get my you know what in gear!
Kulinarya Cooking Club was started by a group of Filipino foodies living in Sydney who are passionate about the F...Read Full Post »
|Posted by foodgeek on July 5, 2010 at 3:21 PM||comments (1)|
Wow, I have a lot of catching up to do! Amazing how life gets so hectic, time flies and before you know it, certain "low priority" things get shelved for months! So I thought I'd make a quick blog before anyone following me loses further interest.
Recently, as I was going through and sorting stacks of saved, untried recipes printed from the internet, from old magazines, I stumbled upon this "Easy Chocolate Ice Cream" recipe from a trial Cooks County magazine ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by foodgeek on April 22, 2010 at 1:09 PM||comments (0)|
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|Posted by foodgeek on April 6, 2010 at 5:10 PM||comments (0)|
My second bread for the Bread Baker's Apprentice Challenge! S'about time, huh? I actually baked these quite sometime ago and just have not had a chance to blog about it.
This "Greek Celebration Bread" is traditionally baked during Christmas and Easter holidays. I made right in the midst of Lent. Cl...Read Full Post »
|Posted by foodgeek on March 29, 2010 at 2:28 PM||comments (5)|
|Posted by foodgeek on March 21, 2010 at 12:25 AM||comments (0)|
These muffins are great for breakfast or just as a snack, chocful of healthy stuff including flax seeds, oat bran, carrots, apples, raisins and nuts. One standard muffin size serving is 220 calories. This recipe makes 15 standard size muffins. I like to use mini-muffin pans to keep a single service small. I use an ice cream scoop...Read Full Post »
|Posted by foodgeek on March 19, 2010 at 12:51 AM||comments (8)|
I'm not usually a big fan of English muffins, but once I tried these...well, bye-bye Thomas', I'm making these from now on. These muffins were big on taste and stayed moist even when toasted. I learned this recipe at a bread baking class ("The Classics") at the Laguna Culinary Arts school, taught by Chef Diana Weber. This is definitely a keeper recipe. I served these muffins for a birthday brunch this past weekend and happy to say, everyone really liked them! So here ...Read Full Post »