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5 things to do on a summer holiday weekend in London

It looks like we are going to have some dry weather in London this weekend. So if you’re fed up cooped up with the children because of the weather, get out there and enjoy some sunshine and the best places London has to offer. Natural History Museum The Natural History Museum is an excellent place…

Chicken with Coconut milk, spicy version.

This is a more flavourful version of the Ginataang Manok recipe I posted a while back. Just replace the sweet bell pepper with mild chillis and the snowpeas with 2 lemon grass. Add more ginger too!

Up the stairs to Chateau Grimaldi in Haut de Cagnes village

One of my favourite places on the French Riviera. It was here that I learnt the French language. The school was located at the food of Haut de Cagnes village. I love the juxtaposition of the new part of town below and the quiet old town on the foreground. It was lucky that this well…

When I became a mum.

I was in my mid-twenties when my baby was born, thousands of miles away from my family with only my husband and a handful of friends to support me. There were some challenges but it’s okay. I’ve always looked back to my life experiences to help me face whatever life threw at me. I was…

Woodford Christmas Market 2019

I am organising the Christmas Craft Market again this year, it will be at the Memorial Hall and will have 30 selected makers. It’s a great time to shop for gifts, some of our local makers will custom make items too. If you are a maker and would like to join, the application form is…

Binaki

Here is a snack from my home-province in Northern Mindanao, it is often mistaken as sweet tamales because it is wrapped like tamales. But the Binaki have no filling and is sweeter. It is commonly sold on the streets and in markets but sometimes, lucky villages have roaming binaki vendors shouting at the top of…

Champorado

One of the best-loved breakfast in the Philippines. It is perfect to make on cold days and best served shared with family and/or friends. What makes this rice porridge special is the addition of the tabléa. Tabléa are discs of concentrated cacao, like 100% dark chocolate 🙂 Tabléa can be made into a drink too,…

Mama’s Kubo restaurant

On a whim, my friend Shalimar (a chef) and I decided to check this previously unknown (to us) Filipino restaurant. I am not picky, but I do appreciate a well-made dish. First impressions on the place: As soon as we went inside, we got the impression of a well thought out space. There’s a touch…

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