Madir (that’s how we affectionately call our Mom) fixed traditional Filipino breakfast today – fried rice and fried dried salted fish, locally known as sinangag and tuyo respectively. These are the kinds of food that I really miss.  I make fried rice in America but since tuyo has a pungent smell I don’t always fix … More Breakfast

Breakfast For Dinner

  Do you ever have cravings?  I do! Most of the time, I crave for Filipino foods. I crave for fishballs, beef tapa (cured beef), beef tocino (sweetened beef strips), tinapa (smoked fish), tuyo and daing (dried salted fish) and pan de sal (bread roll).  Tonight, I am craving for longganisa (links) and fried rice! So … More Breakfast For Dinner