👩🍳Chicken feet are eaten in many countries. My hubby‘s auntie usually cooks chicken feet in their soup with lots of vegetables. In the Philippines, Chicken can be eaten like liver, intestines, or goblet and feet. Some people may be considered the fear factor food chicken feet but not others just like us. Here in Europe, you could buy it almost everywhere. Fresh or frozen. But this one we got at Viktor Adler Market today. They said it is naturally rich in collagen, which is beneficial for looking youthful so I have to cook this regularly.🤪
👩🍳Spare ribs almost melt on the tongue, it is BBQ flavoured and the beans are from a can. I don’t have time to soak overnight and cook the reason why I opted to use from a can. Combining red kidney beans and white beans. We love it tastes like Cajanus peas or in Tagalog “Kardis”. So this was our dinner while watching an update about politics in the Philippines. Again coming back home after 10 hours of duty from work. Have to cook for dinner. Always fresh and warm meal for us.
800g Spare Ribs, marinated in BBQ marinade I used Mama Sita’s
👩🍳The warmth! A hot bowl of soup is sure to warm you right up, even when the thermometer has dipped into the negative numbers. Hot soup warms your body from within, giving you a core warmth that’s sure to spread to every part of your body. Here is my pork belly-tofu-miso soup to warm us. With miso powder, scallions, carrots, pak choi, and season with mushroom sauce and fish sauce to adjust the taste. We feel like satisfaction meets after eating. Outside is raining and the temperature is down but it is springtime.