Melon Juice or Cantaloupe Juice is a simple and refreshing drink that you can prepare not only during summer time, but the whole year round as long as you have access to cantaloupe. It is very easy to make and the ingredients are inexpensive. There are many ways to make melon or cantaloupe juice. This […]
Blueberry Greek Yogurt Smoothie has always been part of my week. I enjoy having blueberry smoothie for breakfast when I feel that I don’t need caffeine. I like the idea of having smoothies for breakfast because they go well with most of the fruits that I like, such as bananas and apples. You might have […]
I am starting to love smoothies. You can tell that I’m telling the truth because I chose to enjoy smoothies over hot cocoa or tea while it is not officially spring yet here in Chicagoland. It is around 28F this morning, but I don’t mind having this rich and satisfying Strawberry Greek Yogurt Smoothie. You […]
Banana Yogurt Smoothie is a shared recipe from Jessica. She writes: Amazingly creamy and yummy. I learned this recipe from my barista friend in high school and I still use the same recipe to make the perfect banana yogurt smoothie until today. Banana Yogurt Smoothie Print Prep time 5 mins Total time 5 mins […]
Cranberry juice is perfect for thanksgiving especially if you have some fresh cranberries around. Did you know that combining cranberry with apple even tastes better? This simple recipe will show you how it is done. The process in making Cranberry Apple Juice is simple. All that you need to do is combine water and apple […]
A local Filipino beverage made of brown sugar, water, gelatin, and tapioca pearls is called Sago at Gulaman.
Sago refers to tapioca pearls while gulaman is the Filipino term for gelatin. This recipe is somewhat a special version because both ingredients are combined together. This beverage can be simplified further by using either of the components: tapioca pearls or gelatin. It will then be named after the ingredient used.
In the Philippines, this beverage is sold almost everywhere. Large plastic or glass jars are filled up with the concoction along with generous amounts of ice. Generally called “palamig” – which is translated as refreshment – this is one way to beat the heat.