Pasta with Pulled Pork

So here’s the recipe for the pasta dish that I mentioned in my post yesterday. It’s my favorite recipe using pulled pork. I love it because it’s not just very easy but also oh so goood..hearty, yummy satisfyingly-good!! It’s easy like I said provided you have done the pulled pork already, all you have to […]

Giada’s Lasagna Rolls

This is one recipe that I know I’m gonna be making only once; I can tell from just reading it.  Oh, I know  that it’s gonna be awesome ( it’s loaded with cheese, so why won’t it be..I love cheese!)  but I had also foreseen the work, the dishes that I will be washing and […]

Lemon Spaghetti

When I first made lemon spaghetti, I used Giada de Laurentiis recipe; while I liked it, my family didn’t–it was too sour/tangy for them. I gave this dish another try using Rachel Ray’s recipe. I must say, I like this one better because of the addition of garlic, red chilli flakes and some cream; the […]

Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic

I’ve been meaning to try this dish from Ina Garten and finally I got over my laziness to peel a LOT of garlic cloves, (who likes peeling garlic anyway ;)) that I even went beyond 40. I love the aroma of garlic when it’s frying, soooo mouth-watering delicious. I never thought that one day I […]

Giada’s Chocolate Zabaglione Recipe

I had some strawberries and the easiest dessert I could think of at that time is chocolate zabalione, it’s easy, no baking or long chilling time ( zabaglione can be served warm or chilled); I prepared this before dinner and put it in the fridge while we’re eating. Zabaglione is an Italian mousse-like custard sauce […]

Pasta alla Puttanesca (Slut’s Spaghetti)

According to Nigella’s blog where I got the recipe, this delicious pasta which originated from Napoli in Italy is said to have been prepared by prostitutes who didn’t have time to go to the market for fresh produce and needed to prepare their dish quickly in between their clients..whether that’s true or not, it doesn’t […]

French Coconut Pie

I’ve mentioned so many times before how nuts I am about coconuts even more so when a recipe is this easy. Although I made my pastry crust from scratch, it’s still easier than this: ..this is the coconut cream pie that I made last week; and while it was delicious, I was  disappointed with how […]

Giada’s Pasta Primavera

This is another favorite pasta primavera recipe of mine; it’s from  Giada de Laurentiis. This the most simple pasta primavera recipe I’ve come across with.    What could be easier than boiling some bow pasta while roasting the veggies, when both are done, just combine and season to taste.  It tastes good too.. very, very good! The natural sugars […]


What?..what’s that again?! kids asked after I told them what we’re having for dessert.. it’s kaiser-something, I said and please don’t ask me anymore because I honestly can’t say it correctly, all I know is that I have to make this after seeing it on Wolfgang Puck’s website because it looks so yummy! Kaiserschmarrn is an Austrian dessert that […]