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    Pinaygourmet #345142

    Member since Aug 2006

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    About Me

    I live in Victoria, British Columbia. I am happily married to the most wonderful guy on earth:) Aside from being a wanna be chef, I am also a wanna be children's book author, and a famous crooner in the shower aside from being a frustrated painter/illustrator and a real trying hard golfer.
    I love experimenting with different dishes from countries all over the world. I am constantly experimenting with new recipes and different types of fresh herbs and spices.
    I collect cookbooks and magazines. Most of the recipes I've posted and I will be posting are from the different magazines such as Bon Appetite, Chatelaine, Cucina, Hello, Home Maker and Gourmet. I will also try to post recipes that I've grown up with as well as those that came from family and friends.

    Favorite Foods

    My favourite foods are the sort you will only find in my mother's kitchen, sinantolan, laing, manok na inadobo sa gata and pinatis, all prepared using coconut milk, ginger, lemon grass and chilli peppers as a base. Those are very traditional dishes from Quezon and Bicol, they're not even in cookbooks and they are hard to find even in big cities like Manila and they can only be found in true blue Bicolano and Tagalog kitchens.

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