Top 7 Aphrodisiac foods

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An aphrodisiac is a substance which is used in the belief that it increases sexual desire. The name comes from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sensuality and love. Throughout history, many foods, drinks, and behaviors have had a reputation for making sex more attainable and/or pleasurable. … [Read more...]

Tahô

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Tahô is a Philippine street food sold by peddlers known as “magtataho”. It is a soft gelatin-like snack made from processed soybeans topped with caramel and tapioca pearls (locally called sago). The soft gelatin-like texture is achieved by undergoing a series of steps. Soybeans are soaked in water … [Read more...]

Food for the Gods

Food for the Gods

Food for the Gods or date bar is a very rich and tasty dessert fit for the holidays. I have no idea as to where the name was derived from until I tasted one. The flavor is really heavenly and you can feel a lot of love in it. After reading lots of questions and concerns from our friends about the … [Read more...]

Meatloaf

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Meatloaf is a dish made from ground meat (usually combined ground beef and pork) and formed into a loaf. Aside from the meat, different vegetables and spices are added to provide additional flavor. This dish is typically baked but slow cooker and microwave oven are sometimes used. Almost all the … [Read more...]

Chicken Cordon Bleu

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Chicken Cordon Bleu is a dish composed of chicken breasts, ham, and Swiss cheese. The ham and Swiss cheese are arranged on top of the chicken breast and rolled together then dredged in bread crumbs. Though the name sounds complicated, this is a very simple dish to make and can either be fried or … [Read more...]

Pininyahang Manok

Pininyahang Manok Pineapple chicken

Pininyahang Manok literally translates to pineapple chicken. This Recipe calls for chicken slices to be marinated in pineapple juice then stewed with pineapple chunks. Aside from pineapples, secondary ingredients such as carrots, bell pepper, and milk make-up the dish. There are some variations … [Read more...]

Potbelly’s A Wreck Sandwich

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"A Wreck" is a submarine sandwich from Potbelly Sandwich Works. It is made up of Black Angus roast beef, old world salami, oven roasted turkey breast, hickory smoked ham, and melted Swiss cheese. It also comes with mayo, mustard, hot peppers, lettuce, onion, tomato, pickle, oil, and Italian … [Read more...]

Buchi

Buchi

Buchi or Butsi is a rice cake made from sweet  rice flour that is molded into shape with a sweet bean paste filling and sesame seed coating. This delectable treat is deep fried under high heat before serving. The most famous establishment that serves this in the Philippines would be Chowking . … [Read more...]

Kamote Que

Kamote Que is deep fried sweet potatoes with a coating of caramelized brown sugar. This is a common meryenda (mid-afternoon snack) in the Philippines and can mostly be seen peddled around the busy streets. I would say that Kamote Que is one of the top selling meryenda because of its affordability … [Read more...]

Oven Barbequed Spare Ribs

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Oven Barbequed Spare Ribs is simply barbequed spare ribs that is cooked by baking and broiling. Though grilling and/or placing inside the pit is the traditional and most common way of cooking this dish, baking it in the oven would be the next alternative (unless you really want that smokey flavor … [Read more...]