Now that you got the Tonkatsu recipe down, let’s take it to the next level. Katsu Don, translates to “Katsu” over rice or Katsu rice bowl. You don’t just get to put the fried pork cutlet on the top of the rice, there is more to it than that.

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Coconut Lychee Salad


Yes, you read that right. It’s far more delicious than it sounds. As a Filipino, we love our desserts and this one has always been my favorite since I was a kid and now I’m sharing how it’s done. Continue reading

Fish and Tofu in Black Bean Sauce


It’s been awhile since I have posted something in this website. Maybe it’s laziness or maybe it’s lack of idea. Either way, I am back and now with new recipes to post.

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Sesame Peanut Noodle

These noodles, these have to be one of my most very favoritest thing to eat. It can be eaten hot or from the fridge. I believe that everything just works wonder in your mouth.

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Cucumber Kimchi


In one of my many travels around the world, I have encountered the streets of Korea. After a long night of drinking and grabbing some “yaki mandu” (fried dumplings) wrapped with newspaper from the street vendor, I still always find myself hungry the next day. Another Korean meal is in need. This post is about my favorite side, cucumber kimchi.

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Teriyaki Sliders

I should have been doing this a long time ago. Well, not cooking but making my own recipe. I have had so many original recipe and not a single one I have published. Worry no more! This is a start.
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Tonkatsu (Japanese Pork Cutlet)


If you have been to Japan or to a Japanese restaurant, you will often see Tonkatsu (pork cutlet in English) and often think, hmmm, this is delicious, why yes, I will pay $14.95 again for this tasty meal. Good news, you can cook this for a lot cheaper.

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Lumpiang Shanghai

As a Filipino, one of the most requested foods I get from friends and co-workers is “Lumpia”. Being in the western hemisphere it is already understood that they want this fried version of lumpia or “Lumpiang Shanghai”. I think its a safe assumption that they want them this way, rather than fresh, since fried twinkies and whatnot are available at town fairs all over America. I digress…

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A fresh start

You might be wondering why your favorite recipe vanished, the answer is simple.

I reset the site.


Because I need a fresh start.

This site used to be ran by two other people but I now decided to run solo. I will be typing in a new About Me section so you know what to expect. I am pretty excited to re start this venture and hoping to make this fun for everyone.