I actually bought the bag of coconut flakes for macaroons after I saw Ina Garten’s recipe on Food Network. I love macaroons and when I first made some years ago, it didn’t look like macaroons at all. That means they were an EPIC Fail. But I learned what I did wrong while watching Ina make her macaroons so I was definitely ready to redeem myself. Too bad that when I started to assemble the stuff in my counter to make them, I realize that I forgot to buy 1 major ingredient. The condense milk. Like Duhhhhh. However, I did not let that deter me from making something sweet that day, heh. If all else fails, MAKE CUPCAKES. If there’s a coconut cake, I’m sure cupcakes with coconut frosting wouldn’t be so bad. And VOILA, behold the chocolate cupcakes with coconut buttercream frosting.Read More
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Lasang Pinoy, Sundays theme this week is ROLLED. It worked out perfectly coz I have this stuffed pork roast with spinach and mushroom ready to roll, so to speak . This pork started as a pork loin. I cut it in half without going all the way to the bottom, and then butterflied the sides to get a flattened pork plank, pretty much. Once that’s done, stuffing it with anything you like is a breeze.Read More
The second I clicked the “post” button on Ces’ comment box letting her know I couldn’t join the new theme for LaPiS (Lasang Pinoy Sundays), I realized I actually do have something I could enter. The theme this week is Eye Candy. For days I thought I didn’t have anything to add to the round-up until just a couple of hours ago...Read More
Here is my first foray in La.Pi.S, short for Lasang Pinoy Sundays. Good timing for me to discover about it too from JMom coz I was just thinking the other day that I should start posting my grilled recipes here. Summer is for grilling after all . So here’s my 1st Entry for La.Pi.S with the apropos theme of GRILLED.
Recipe after the fold….
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