Delicious apple pie without the crust can be used in so many delicious ways!
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Huge, succulent, yummy scallops from Century Seafood restaurant in Manila
Make your own garlic parmesan pita chips. It's so easy and yummy.
4 layers of alternating banana and carrot cake topped with yummy cream cheese frosting
Chocolate xanadu is made up of layers of chocolate ganache, chocolate mousse, whipped cream, chocolate cake, chocolate chips, and cashew meringue
super crunchy, buttery macadamia sans rival from UCC Park Cafe in Manila
from Lili Cantonese restaurant in Hyatt Hotel Manila
The baked barbecued puff pastry was very flaky and the pork filling had just the right sweet & salty flavor. From Lili at Hyatt Manila.
Scrumptious fried crab meat ball from Pak Loh Chiu Chow restaurant in Hong Kong
Roasted broccoli is one of the simplest yet most satisfying veggie dish I've ever made.
French macarons from Intercon Hong Kong
Blueberry & raspberry tarts from Intercon Hong Kong
Pandesal is the most popular bread in the Philippines.
Kao Soi Gai is a northern style chicken curry dish with crunchy noodles. It's hot and yummy!
Porcini mushroom linguine with mushroom aglio e olio . It's rich, earthy and yummy!
It's nutty, chewy and healthy! What more can you ask for in bread?
Cornick is simply fried corn kernels. It's a popular snack in the Philippines.
Pinasugbo is a native confection from the Philippines made from thinly sliced bananas which are deep fried then dunked into dark caramel and sprinkled with sesame seed.
Yogurt with Cereal, Cranberries and Honey is a yummy and healthy way to start the day.
Green mango salad is made from shredded green mangoes, tomatoes and bagoong (shrimp paste).
Michelle's Banana Chips from the Philippines. These are thin, crisp and lightly glazed and totally addicting.
Elbert's Cheesesteak Sandwich from Manila. Yummy!
It tastes just like Outback steak house's bread. Yummy!
Sapin sapin (steamed coconut layer pudding) is made from glutinous rice or rice flour, coconut milk, ube (purple yam), cassava, and food coloring. It's a popular Filipino dessert.
Bibingka is a favorite Filipino dessert made from glutinous rice and baked in banana leaves. They make look like pancakes but they taste richer and denser. Salted eggs and cheese are often added to the batter.
dark chocolate peanut butter cups made from scratch. Heavenly, oh so heavenly!...