CURRIED CHICKEN…another great one from Les and Tess

  We had quite an international night recently with our Philippino friends and food.  I made chicken enchiladas, and Les made curried chicken.  The extent of my curry cooking experience consists of a Curry soup I made years ago in my Thai Phase.  I do like it at restaurants, but Les’s version makes me want … More CURRIED CHICKEN…another great one from Les and Tess

Beef Skewers/Philippino Style! And, I learned something new! You can too.

BEEF SKEWERS (marinade) 1 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup Banana Catsup (see below) 1 Tbsp. Black Pepper 1 head garlic, crushed 1 tsp. Paprika Mix all above—-WHHHAAATTT? Banana Catsup?  Believe me, I thought I had seen it all.  Never heard of this ingredient.  Welcome to Google!  It seems that this is a very popular ingredient … More Beef Skewers/Philippino Style! And, I learned something new! You can too.

SWEET CORN SEASON! A new method for Corn Chowder and Corn Soups

A lot of people think Arizona is all desert.  If you have never been to this spectacular State, you need to look into the White Mountains.  You’ve probably heard of Flagstaff, which is another gorgeous area with a Ski Resort, Northern Arizona University, and the San Francisco Peaks. But I’m guessing if you live in … More SWEET CORN SEASON! A new method for Corn Chowder and Corn Soups

BANANA PUDDIN’ (an oldie but goodie!)

Today I am very excited!  I am invited to my Philippino friends house for an “International Lunch”.  There will be many countries represented, including France, the Philippines, Portugal and West Virginia!  (that’s ME!). Tess is even printing out a flag of West Va.  When she invited me to bring a dish from my “Home Country” … More BANANA PUDDIN’ (an oldie but goodie!)