17th January 2017

Venison Adobo With Green Beans

This is the 3rd dish I made from Scott's catch this hunting season. First one was the venison cutlets and second dish was Venison Stew which I will write about soon. I pretty much just jumped there but please bear with me. I will get to all my dishes eventually. Venison Adobo?? Sure, why not!! Recipe: Venison Adobo With Green Beans Ingredients 1-2 pounds of venison, in medium chunks 1/2 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup vinegar 1tbsp of oil 2 cups of ...
18th January 2016

Pan-Fried Venison Cutlets

A few weeks before hunting season ended last year, Scott finally got a deer. It's nice to have venison in the freezer that's for sure. I've made a few dishes out of our supply of venison meat which includes stew, roast, grilled, and this traditional pan-fried venison dish. I learned this from my mother-in-law years ago so whenever we have venison meat, this is almost like a staple dish to make. Recipe: Ingredients thin venison cutlets 2 cups ...
18th December 2014

Crock-Pot Garlic Herb-Roasted Lamb

Thinking of diverting away from turkey or ham this Christmas? How about lamb? I actually made this slow-cooked lamb the day before Thanksgiving this year. We went to a friend's house on Thanksgiving Day so we had our own before-Thanksgiving day dinner with this lamb roast. I kind of adapted The Country Basket's recipe using the crock-pot method. I wanted the long infused flavors without turning the house into a heat machine by using the ...
26th July 2013

Roasted Goat With Julliened Scallions Kilawen

I was chattin' it up with a few friends on Instagram earlier and someone mentioned an Ilocano(Filipino regional identity kind of thing) dish that reminded me of this roasted goat kilawen that I've made which I haven't written about for Feistycook. It must be because I already have something similar called Goat W/ Lemon, Ginger, and Cilantro dish posted years ago. There's a bit of a difference to it though so I figured, hey, I ...
25th January 2013

It Must Be Soup Or Stew Season

How's your weather out yonder? It is bitterly chilly and cold here in NC and other States. I imagine most family are cranking up their heaters while bundling up as the pot or crock-pot is simmering either a soup or stew for lunch or dinner. I for one would love to enjoy a hearty bowl of my Mother-in-Law's Manhattan Clam Chowder or Denny's new England Clam Chowder (served on Fridays) or Beef Peppery Soup(Nilaga) or Pork Sinigang or ...
4th October 2011

Turkey Spam & Potatoes Frittata

Instead of slicing then frying up the Turkey Spam to go along with hash and eggs for breakfast this past Saturday, I decided to make a frittata instead. I was actually going to use tuna at first ala San Marino Chili Corned Tuna Frittata but I changed my mind in the end and used Turkey Spam. Yah, I like to change my mind at the last minute all the time. It brings excitement to my ...
9th June 2011

Braised Veal Chops

I was inspired when I made this braised veal chops dish. As soon as I decided to cook the veal chops this way, I envisioned tenderly cooked veal with a delicious simmered wine sauce on top of yummy yummy red skinned mashed potatoes. It was definitely food orgasm. But then I realized, I only had white wine. The recipes I found online used red wine which I believe would actually complement the veal chops nicely. After ...
23rd January 2011

Pan-Fried Spicy Mustard Lamb Chops

Another too simple dish from 2010 that never made in this foodblog until now. There's actually a broiled pork steaks version of this Pan-Fried Spicy Mustard Lamb Chops which I posted back in October 2010. Now make it with lamb chops via pan-frying method. INGREDIENTS: 2 pieces of lamb chops 1/2 cup(+ a little bit more) spicy brown mustard oil for pan-frying Coat each side of the lamb chops with the spicy brown mustard. Heat up oil in a skillet. ...
15th January 2011

Roasted Venison Loin

The venison loin came from my brother-in-law. I actually didn't plan on posting this here since the recipe is really not that special. I just put together a few spices with olive oil then roasted it in the oven. But I changed my mind after I showed my husband how easy it was to slice the loin medallions with my new Yoshi Blade knife which he gave me for my birthday. I was so impressed ...
21st July 2010

Spam Linguine

Call this pasta dish with SPAM one of those weird food combination. As strange as it may sounds, this pasta dish was actually good. If you like Spam then you might actually consider believing me. But if you don't, then it wouldn't be presumptuous of me to think that you probably rolled your eyes once you've read the title. AHA! The family likes Spam. We like it fried with eggs, and a side ...
15th July 2010

Lamb Neck Bones Stew With Red Wine

I had a little bit of red wine left, then I remembered the lamb neck bones that I grabbed from the grocery store so I decided to make a stew out of them. When I bought the lamb neck bones I initially thought of cooking it as the Filipino sour soup dish called Sinigang but I've used my last packet of Knorr Sinigang mix with pork last week so I figured that combination would ...
12th June 2010

Turkey Burger W/ Broccoli Slaw

I found these 4-pc pack of wheat rolls at Wal-Mart and thought they would be really good as burger buns. At first, my husband wasn’t too sure about it but then I told him my idea of adding coleslaw on top of the patties so I was able to convince him in the end. We both decided ground turkey would compliment wheat rolls and coleslaw. INGREDIENTS: 1 and 1/2 pound of ground turkey 1 small ...
6th April 2010

Goat W/ Lemon, ginger and Cilantro

Here is a goat dish that I made with lemon, ginger, vinegar, and cilantro. The Filipino term of this is called “KILAWEN“, pronounced as “kee-lah-when“. My version is more of the minimized version because the authentic dish actually involves goat skin, brain, liver, and some grilling. This goat dish is still good and probably easier to make compare to the authentic version. INGREDIENTS: goat roast, ...