Jongling between Western and eastern food ingredients. When you crave for something and ingredients you don't have on hand...do the magic in the kitchen. That's is what i call food adventure.
this is VERY COMMON FOOD HEREIN GREECE THERE IS SPECIAL RICE USED FOR THIS... maya na mag marche lang muna ako...at i will post sa blog ko rinbon weekend
Bonjour Sha, I think the dish is originally mediterannien so, i agree with you. You always go to open market, we have Friday market here in my place, otherwise 15 minutes from here every Thrusday!Bon weekend à toi!
bon dimanche of course I love marche...email me soon so you can join lasang pinoysassy surely will join....if not I will link you to ting the host for pulutanau revoir relly
hi relly, no harm done (re: on my comment to sha's) ;).welcome to the blogging world. interesting stuffs. your food blog could interest me in staying in the cuisine again, my problem here is i don't know which product i could use for a substitute to get the same pinoy taste, now you have the answer...keep 'em coming!!
Sha, i send the e mail!Analyse, thanks sa visit, i've been visiting your blog.. but dont remember if i have leave comment.Small world ang blog.. it's fun. Ang cute ng baby mo.. malusog!I am making paksiw na litson with the "poitrine rotie" that we can find in the french shop.. or in the boucher!So how's Dijon's weather today! I've never been there, the farther i get was in the haute savoie.See you!
Totally yummy looking zuchinis! I'll definitely try them very soon.
Thank you antti, i prefer the zuchinis too.. and sometimes the stuff green pepper than the red pepper!
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