One Good Breakfast

tuna aynaWhat to do with a can of tuna? Heat it. Add one egg. Add sliced tomatoes and white onions. And don’t forget the decor (in this case, the bitter gourd leaf AGAIN, HAHAHA).

Bingo! That’s one good brekky, baby. 😀

 

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One Good Breakfast

The Pancake Project

pacakeHi guys! Okay, look, there’s really nothing special about this pancake-bacon combination, but I just feel so happy AND PROUD because this is the best pancake batch I’ve ever made! Amen to my cooking skills. LOL 😀

In all fairness, Pillsburry is really good. Have a great day, people! 🙂

The Pancake Project

My Good-looking Plate

I don’t have to deny, neither will I, that I’m nooo good at cooking. I can do well at the dining table, picking and tasting at least a little of everything. But preparing food worthy of anybody’s awe has always remained an awful challenge to me.

But once upon an early evening, I came across this feel-good mood to try once more this very simple recipe I once failed to make. Sorry, HeHeHe. It’s a Filipino/Pinoy breakfast dish called Beef Tapa. It’s very easy to cook, honestly, and how I failed at it? Well, I mixed up its ingredients with another recipe called Adobo, so in the end, what I got to serve was Beef Adobo. And there’s no such recipe as Beef Adobo. 😀

But this time, I got it right and I felt darn victorious to have earned five stars (meaning “very good”) from my older brother! Yeeeyyyy! And not only that I cooked it right, I also tried an arty plate presentation: my Beef Tapa together with its perfect side dish – egg and tomatoes! 🙂

And here’s my little kitchen project. I’m damn proud, yeah! 😀

See? I can cook. I can cook! And sure, there’s someone so happy for that – M, my boyfriend. HaHaHa 😀

*You can check out the recipe here: http://www.filipino-food-recipes.com/filipinotaparecipe.html

My Good-looking Plate