When the days get shorter and the temperatures drop, a hot soup is just the thing to get back to get energy. During summer, light or cold soups are ideal. Whether sweet soup, vegetarian soup, soup with beef, poultry or pork. Here you will see and know how I cooked soup and let what ingredients combine well.


In Asia, soups are eaten any time of day! Take a little trip to the Far East and sample our delicious Asian soups. Just like what I prepared up here for my family!
Something with pork meat like spareribs, with vegetables, with poultry like chicken and noodles too.
Soup without meat or fish is spiced up with special ingredients. It is your choice, please refer to my recipe builder route for vegetarian, fish, meat and poultry soup.


It makes the chicken soup compared to – a plate of vegetable soup tastes superb and simply good. Ideal for a snack to warm up or as a starter.

European Soup

These are few among the soups I had cooked for my family base on european recipes. That soup must be hot, now even a German court has found. When it gets colder just like now, soups are very popular not only in my family but for the others too. As a basis for many warming broths and stews serves the soup vegetables, also called greens, which traditionally consists of carrots, celeriac, leek and parsley. The amount of the purchased soup vegetables is increasing in eorope for years continuously speciallyion winter time.

The ingredients of soup vegetables can vary by region, so there are also partly parsley roots, turnips and onions in practical bundles. The mixtures can be boil spicy broths or use as a base for soups or stews. The preparation is very simple: the vegetables into small pieces, fry, add the stock and let it boil, then puree to taste and flavor with the herbs. Just like what I usually do to my cream soup namely: Carrots, Broccoli, Cauliflower, potatoes, mushrooms and zucchini. For more soup recipe, just check here out from time to time more are coming from my kitchen 😛

Since people cooked their food first, the soup stands for “food” and “Abundance”. Soup symbolizes maternal care, no matter who they prepared – an unknown housewife or a celebrity chef. With an invitation to the soup diet, body and soul of your guests. Soup makes your daily life easier, it symbolizes pleasures of the table, abundance and good company.
The soup is ready – ” good appetite! ” 😉



Finally after almost 2 weeks no new entry, was too busy at work.
Chard, also known by the common names Swiss Chard, Silverbeet, Perpetual Spinach, Spinach Beet, Crab Beet, Seakale Beet and Mangold, is a leafy vegetable. Although the leaves are eaten, it is in the same species as the garden beet (beetroot) which is usually grown primarily for its edible roots.

The word Swiss was used to distinguish chard from French spinach varieties by 19th century seed catalog publishers. The chard is very popular among Mediterranean cooks. The first varieties have been traced back to Sicily.

Chard can be harvested while the leaves are young and tender or after maturity when they are larger and have slightly tougher stems. Chard is extremely perishable. Chard has shiny green ribbed leaves, with stems that range from white to yellow and red depending on the cultivar. It has a slightly bitter taste. Fresh young chard can be used raw in salads. Mature chard leaves and stalks are typically cooked or sauteed; their bitterness fades with cooking, leaving a refined flavor which is more delicate than that of cooked spinach.

My version of “NILAGANG BAKA” with Chard (Mangold) or Perpetual Spinach!
“NILAGANG BAKA” has three basic features namely: a very good broth, fork tender beef and with vegetable. And it also refers SLOW COOKING!


* 1 kg Beef (with bones)
* 2 bunches of Chard (Mangold)
* 1 Tomatoe
* 1 Onion
* 1 1/2 Maggi broth cubes
* Fish sauce (Patis)