Chicken Tetrazzini and Spaghetti – iCookiTravel

Chicken Tetrazzini and spaghetti. If you want to try my recipe please check it out here;


Longganisa and Boiled Okra – iCookiTravel

Longganisa and boiled Okra, tomatoe, “bagoong”, actually sauteed anchovy but spicy a pinoy (short term for Filipino) breaky last Saturday morning: dangerous it’s because of rice which is not good for diabetes and for hypertension so with “bagoong” but taste yummy and good for us Filipinos and of course lutong bahay (home cook) is the best. With Tocino, pagkaing pinoy talaga!

Whole Grain Spaghetti – iCookiTravel

Taking my lunch box for work, leftover spaghetti from my son’s dinner.  In Italian— “i PESTI con BASILICO E RUCOLA” in french— “avec BASILIC et ROQUETTE”, topped with Parmesan Cheese. There is nothing wrong with reheating it in the next day. The texture will be slightly different it will very likely have lost some of its bite, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t perfectly edible and it really would be “SHAME” to waste it. Not with me, in some part of the world people don’t have enough to eat!

Boiled Beef with Corn Cob – iCookiTravel

My son’s viand Boiled Beef (Nilagang Baka) with corn cob and cabbage, family’s old time favorit. I remember my daughter the first time we flew to manila with Singapore airline, the steward asked her what she wants to eat and she said if they have rice with soup, meat and corn cob, that’s what she wants to eat! the steward answered; she had only noodle soup! 😀

Sauteed vegetables – iCookiTravel

My sauteed vegetables crisp healthy and delicious  for dinner of three. With mung bean, snow peas, chinese cabbage or pechay, in a very small amount of oil over relatively high heat, with a little bit of sliced pork shoulder.  On of my favorit dish at all time. Guten Appetit!

Spaghetti with Zucchini and ground meat – iCookiTravel

My son’s request of the day, spaghetti with ground meat and zucchini. If zucchini or courgette in season the price is as low as 99 cent per kilo. A summer aquash they call it  in america, low in cholesterol and helps maintain a balance of carbohydrates. works great for heart because of fiber. Ihances digestion and  improves eye health too. And of course hepls control diabetes.

Mussels in wine – iCookiTravel

A classic recipe for steamed mussels with white wine is a quick and easy thing to do with for Saturday dinner for two. Richer in magnesium, iron, iodine, and nitrate. Also contain high levels of vitamins A, B, and C as what studies told brought us. Mussel dish can be paired well with a refreshing salad. These can become a hearty, healthy seafood meal.   Guten Appetit Folks!

Kalunay (amaranth leaves) with mung bean – iCookiTravel

KALUNAY or KULITIS (Amaranth Leaves) with mung bean and tuna flakes for weekend lucnh. For more INFO about KALUNAY and RECIPE (with cooking Video) please check it out here;


“LUGAW” (Porridge) – iCookiTravel

“Lugaw” for merienda! For more RECIPE please CHECK it out here;


Beef Kare-Kare – iCOOKitravel

iCooked BEEF KARE-KARE for linner just for the two of us. Was craving for it since last week May, finally got time for it to cook. Hubby’s satisfaction meets, happy wife am I. Craving satisfaction accomplished. Panlasang Pinoy food Guten Appetit!

Ilocano Food – iCookiTravel

Ilocano food, grilled Mackerel with Okra, Squash flower, red Onion and Tomatoe seasoned with Anchovy Sauce (Bagoong Balayan). Yum! Guten Appetit!  For more Recipe Check This Out;






Here is another RECIPE of KALUNAY with smoke salmon and red onion sauteed in a very little amount of oil seasoned with just salt. Obviously I LOVE KALUNAY very much aside from I don’t buy it here in Vienna but because of its health benefits.

BREAKY of the day – iCookiTravel

Good morning Europe! Good morning World Press People! Breaky of the day, full grain toast, beaten eggs with white onions plus my morning coffee, actually I don’t drink coffee too often. What’s yours?

Alugbati and Mussels – iCookiTravel

Vine Spinach (Alugbati) in savory mussels (Tahong) soup, craving satisfaction, I love green leafy vegetables since I was four years old, thats how I remember. With a little bit of sea foods or even a little bit of meat but not over cooking it. Should stay crunchy as you could see picture above. For more COOKING VIDEO CHECK it out here,



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