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May 28, 2006



you showcase a great selection of comfort food here... i'm so hooked! The weather got a little better here today - the sun was out at last.


angelo, i remember my dad prepared that when we were kids but instead of dilis he used tuyo. as in yung tuyo na may kaliskis. i like it though i wasn't aware others actually do it! akala ko imbento lang nya hahahahaha


Wow Angelo I never thought that you can make "DILIS dish" into a very classic and sophisticated way...thanks for sharing your great idea!



hello, thanks for including my blog to your list...
I have had a problem with my blog...i wanted to modify the template and made a mistake...


oooohhh...that looks really good! i've never had this before and it certainly looks worth a try...


That looks absolutely stunning...and I am sure it tasted wicked good...


hey hey hey!
what are you up to? missing your posts!

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  • Eat first,morals after. -Bertolt Brecht
  • A gourmet is a glutton with brains. -Philip W. Haberman, Jr.
  • Great food is like great sex-- the more you have the more you want. -Gael Greene
  • Man is the only animal that can remain on friendly terms with the victims he intends to eat until he eats them. -Samuel Butler
  • Gastronomy rules all life: the newborn baby's tears demand the nurse's breast, and the dying man receives, with some pleasure, the last cooling drink. -Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
  • God made yeast as well as dough,and loves fermentation as dearly as he loves vegetation. -Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Most people hate the taste of beer--to begin with. It is however a prejudice that many have been able to overcome. --Winston Churchill
  • Bread is the staff of life,but beer is life itself. -English Proverb
  • Kissing don't last,cookery do. -George Meredith
  • The best number for a dinner party is two:myself and a damn good head waiter. -Nubar Gulbnekain
  • "There is no love sincerer than the love of food." -George Brenard Shaw
  • "Do not be afraid to talk about food. Food which is worth eating is worth discussing. And there is the occult power of words which somehow will develop its qualities." -X. Marcel Boulestin
  • " Savor the word, swallow the world." -Doreen Fernandez