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Posted in Cooking & Food on July 17, 2017
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A master chef cooking with gas and wine

I guess that you might say that I'm a foodie. But then again, I might not be the best cook, so I don't really know if I can call myself a foodie. I'm always on the look out for new places to eat at and things to cook myself and serve to my family. By Read More »

How to say "French Toast" in Spanish

Posted in Cooking & Food, Languages on July 12, 2017
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torrija - torreja - pan francés

I always enjoy some homestyle comfort food when I travel. Breakfast is one of my favorite meals and you can get it done your way just about anywhere. You already know how to say waffles in Spanish, but what about French toast? It depends on the region but here's a quick breakdown: Spain: torrija Mexico: Read More »

How to say "waffles" in Spanish

Posted in Cooking & Food, Languages on July 9, 2017
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waffles spanish

Mexico and South America are the top destinations for American travelers because they're so close. So if you're in a Spanish speaking country and you're in the mood for some good waffles (by the way, let me know if you find a Waffle House, that would be sweet!) it's easy to order some up. To Read More »

How to Aerate Wine (Letting Wine Breathe)

Posted in Cooking & Food on June 30, 2017
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Two glasses of red wine aerated

Aeration is the best way to make your wine improve taste. An aerated wine has a bigger and different taste than a non aerated wine. Not all wines need to be aerated, for example - light wines and well aged because there’s no effect on the taste once they’ve been aerated. Here are 3 steps Read More »

How to eat a pomegranate

Posted in Cooking & Food on June 25, 2017
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delicious Pomegranate fruit

Pomegranate is reddish berry that is about the size of an orange with a thick leathery skin and many seeds with pulpy crimson arils of tart flavor. Are you still wondering how to eat this kind of fruit? The answers are here: Steps on how to eat a pomegranate: First, hold the pomegranate on your Read More »

How to open a coconut

Posted in Cooking & Food, Featured on June 24, 2017
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Using a bolo knife to open a coconut

There are many ways on how to open a coconut. You can open it using a machine, a bolo knife, a hammer or throwing it on the wall. Kidding aside, what I know is the way using a bolo. Here are the steps: Get a fresh coconut, preferably one that is directly picked from the Read More »

How to make French toast

Posted in Cooking & Food on June 21, 2017
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French Toast

French toast is one of my favorite breakfasts. My family loves it too. Sometimes they get a little heavy so I can't eat them every day, but it's a good weekend style treat. Here's the recipe for French Toast and I'll keep it simple and quick (because you're probably hungry!) What you need: eggs milk Read More »

How to boil eggs (for Easter)

Posted in Cooking & Food, Holidays & Vacation on June 16, 2017
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Boiled Easter Eggs

Decorating Easter eggs can be fun, but the first step is getting them ready. Boiling an egg is as simply as ABC. Here are the steps: Get the eggs out of the carton and ready for action. Place your desired number of eggs into a pot that you'll use on the stove top. Now you Read More »

How to pour the perfect beer

Posted in Cooking & Food on June 11, 2017
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St. Patrick's day is right around the corner... and everybody is Irish on March 17th! That means green beer, fun parties, and good memories! Did you know that beer is the most consumed alcoholic drink all over the world? There are many types of beer to choose from, from mild to hard kind of beer. Read More »

How to make Kare-Kare (Ox Tail in Peanut Butter Sauce Recipe)

Posted in Cooking & Food on May 21, 2017
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Kare Kare Ox Tail Stew

Okay you're probably going "WTF is THIS!?" but hey, don't knock it until you try it. I've seen other crazy but tasty stuff like Thai Moo Kata (with... fish balls) or even ice cream ramen (yeah - not tasty). This is a recipe for making a unique food from the Philippines that will surely leave Read More »

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