Steak and smoothie

👩🏻‍🍳Working 10 hours a day is a bit exhausted. A bit is good to say. Thank God it’s only four days in a week but tiring too. Then coming back home you’re hungry. I wondered how to use up the few pieces of two different steaks in my fridge. Somehow in these situations, I often end up craving just simple cooking of steak without using any oil or fat serve with white rice and salad. Of course not to forget my daily intake of either smoothie or juicing fruits and vegetables. Turned out very well and although I was a bit over-full afterwards.


I had these in the fridge; minute steaks and the one other kind. Then for salad a mixture of lettuce and green salad and yogurt dressing. Steaks seasoned with rosemary, salt and pepper. For smoothie green apple, banana, pineapple, avocado and almond milk. Served with white rice.


Fried fish-horse mackerel, string beans or sitaw, dried jute leaves or saluyot, eggplant, red onion, tomato, sponge gourd or patola and seasoned with anchovy sauce or bagoong balayan. The fried fish added on top if the vegetables are nearly done. the way I love it.

RED SEA BREAM an old cooking video about 12 years or more. Fresh fish bought from Turkey Shop near us during winter time. these are small fish but if it is fresh taste good a bit soupy cooked with green tomatoes, onion and camote tops or talbos ng kamote from my terrace urban garden seasoned with just salt.


👩‍🍳Down here: ⬇️⬇️⬇️ A compilation of our dinner for two at home. It is with beef meat -steaks, my smoothie, Ilocano taste buds and fish. Cooking bronze-red sea bream with camote tops (Talbos ng kamote in Tagalog ) from my terrace urban garden. The video is 12 years old, sorry for the poor quality. Yes🙌🏼 you read it right, I am a more than a decade YOUTUBER, cooking video creator since 2008.🤗


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