❗️TODAY❗️ @undiscoveredsf season opener with @djqbert, @shortkut , @kronika1111 + more! Also our bbs @roevicious + @kitty.cup aka #LilWaifu will be supporting on the main stage✨ This is an all ages, free, and wholesome fun for all to enjoy type ting ⚡️
UNDSCVRD is HERE! Our new location is 401 Minna St. at 5th St. (behind the SF Chronicle Bldg) in @SOMAPilipinas. SWIPE LEFT for the location map and see you at 4pm when doors open! Tell a friend 👉 undiscoveredsf.com
My parents have had dragonfruit (or pitaya) wildly growing all over their backyard for the past few summers. It’s a cactus fruit and does really well in the dry California heat since it’s indigenous to parts of Central America. Today it’s cultivated in parts of Southeast Asia, and the first time I really loved it was when my aunt served it to me for breakfast the last time I was in Metro Manila. Up until that point I only remember having tried the white ones but the red ones seem to be 100x better. 🌵🍉 #TheDarkerTheBerry#TheSweeterTheJuice#GeographyOfFood
Having a celebration but you want it to be easy and taste like the ones you are seeing in @foodnetwork?
Here is #pancitbihon ! A delicous #Filipinomeal that can make your invitees forget their names.. 😂😂 This is what you need to serve 8 people:
✅1 lb pancit bihon (Rice Noodles)
✅½ lb. pork, cut into small thin slices
✅½ lb. chicken, cooked, deboned, and cut into thin slices
✅⅛ lb. pea pods or snow pea
✅1 cup carrot
✅½ small cabbage, chopped
✅1 cup celery leaves, chopped finely
✅1 medium sized onion, chopped
✅½ tbsp garlic, minced
✅1 pc chicken cube
✅5 tbsp soy sauce
✅3 to 4 cups water
Here is how you cook it:
🥄In a large pot, Saute the garlic and onion
🥄Add the pork and chicken then let cook for 2 minutes
🥄Add the chicken cube and water then simmer for 15 minutes
🥄Put in the carrots, pea pod, cabbage, and celery leaves and simmer for a few minutes
🥄Remove all the ingredients in the pot except for the liquid and set them aside
🥄In the pot with the liquid in, add the soy sauce and mix well
🥄Add the pancit bihon (makes sure to first soak it in water for about 10 minutes) and mix well.
🥄Cook until liquid evaporates completely
🥄Put-in the vegetables and meat that were previously cooked and simmer for a minute or two
🥄Serve hot. Share and enjoy!
Rainy and gloomy outside? How about spending your time in the kitchen to brighten up your days by creating colorful meals?
Sprinkle Lemoncito Puree on your meals or add it in your sauces or marinades for vitamin C boost to up your immunity and avoid catching cough or colds these days. You can also make glasses of refreshing juice with this conveniently squeezed and bottled pure calamansi.
Love your body.
Clean up your pantry.
Love matcha? Add this matcha cheesecake by @soruizakaya to your list of favorite matcha desserts, with it's bittersweet taste that's perfectly accentuated by the subtle saltiness of cream cheese.
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I made menudo (tomato-based stew with pork, pork liver, potatoes and carrots) earlier for #pinoyricebowl . Menudo without hotdogs does not have any merit at all to kids. If they see more slices of hotdogs on their plate than others, they think they won something. #filipinofoodmovement#filipinofood#pinoyfood
When presented with a small, beautifully weighty and fragrant jackfruit and you don’t know how to resist... of course you buy all 9 kilos of it. The flesh was perfectly ripe, tasty, flavorful, crisp, chewy and just sweet enough, exactly how I like it! Crew were kind enough to peel it and even after I munched on a cup or so, made lots of ice candy, set aside some portions to freeze (and enjoy later with brandy), used some in banana turon, etc. we still had more. Some crew took it home and the smell of langka just lingers in the kitchen ever so faintly... 🤓 #marketman#marketmanila#langka#jackfruit#philippineproduce#filipinofood#filipinofoodmovement#pinoyfood
White corn is available all year long, but I’m reminded that this produce is in season when Nanay Tina opens her stall regularly. She handpicked a batch of white corn I could use for suam na mais (Filipino corn soup) earlier. I will ask her bayong (bag made from weaved dried leaves) next time.
Authentic Bicolano dish, charot!! Spicy Laing kayo dyan. Ang hirap magpatuyo ng taro leaves, panay ulan..
Kapag nagluluto ako ng laing, hindi ko maiwasang mag pray,. “Sana Lord hindi to makati” hehe..
Kasi kapag makati, tapon na, or dadamihan mo sili para anghang malasahan nila hindi yung kati.,hehe. infairness effective naman yung pag pray ko.