I am a big fan of noodle soups. Beef Mami, a Filipino-Chinese Noodle soup, is my favorite. I also enjoy experimenting different ingredients to come-up with a good noodle soup dish, and sometimes I end-up with a recipe that is worth posting here. However, there are also instances wherein I am not satisfied with my […]
Baby Corn, Ham, and Jicama Stir Fry is a quick and easy vegetable stir-fry recipe. This involves different veggies such as jicama, corn, green beans, and green peas. The flavor and texture of this dish is really awesome. Cooking stir-fry is simply frying and stirring or tossing the ingedients at the same time (at least […]
Pata Hamonado or Ham hock cooked in pineapple juice and soy sauce is a delicious Filipino recipe. This dish is mostly enjoyed during lunchtime and best eaten with white or brown rice. The taste of this dish resembles the popular southern Filipino recipe known as humba. The texture of the meat is a big factor […]
Who says that BLT (Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomatoes) are only good for sandwiches? How about a BLT Salad?
BLT Salad is a salad dish composed of cooked bacon, lettuce, and cherry (or grape tomatoes). Aside from these three main ingredients, there are other important components such as avocado, lemon, and cucumber.
I wish I can say that BLT salad is a healthier alternative for BLT Sandwich. While the “B” (Bacon) is around, the word “tasty” is more proper to use than “healthy”. Although, this is really a very nice tasting salad dish.
Diabetes is a group of diseases portrayed by high blood sugar levels (glucose in particular) that results from the body’s inability to produce insulin (Type 1 Diabetes) or the inability of the body to use insulin (Type 2 Diabetes).
Sadly, there is no proven cure for Diabetes at this time. However, constant medications and a change in lifestyle such as eating habits and food choices can control this chronic disease and help maintain a normal life.
When it comes to food, diabetics should eat lesser carbohydrates, fats, and protein. Among the three food groups, carbohydrate control should be prioritized because it is responsible in producing a huge percentage of glucose in a person’s blood.