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Vietnamese Stuffed Bitter Melon (Ampalaya) Soup - Canh Kho Qua Nhoi Thit

Soup topped with Cilantro leaves

Batches for my husband’s lunch

Potful of Bitter Melon Soup

Fried Shallots

I learned this recipe from a Vietnamese friend, Bok’s colleague Hieu (a.k.a. 440 more words



Pero gagawin mo pa rin ang lahat para mabuhay siya.

Oo nga e, nagparamdam ka ulit kanina, kasama mo yung aswang. Magpapatawag na sana ako ng espiritista. 33 more words


Freshman couple announces engagement after two weeks of dating

Bethy Zalvatorre and Logan Fajardo, freshmen who’re barely half a sem into the new school year, have announced their engagement after two weeks of serious dating. 494 more words

The Blue Frontiersman

Good to Grow: Ampalaya

The first time I tried Ampalaya I wondered why anyone would want to eat it! If only lightly cooked, the fruit can be very bitter. But when I found out how beneficial it is to our health I began to include it in my cooking repertoire, experimenting until I found ways to reduce its distinctive bitter taste. 247 more words


Fried Bittermelon

Things may not be going well right now, but I am not bitter.

I am actually not fond of eating bittermelon, but since my dad has been asking me to cook some veggies for a change, I came up with frying these bittermelons (I ran out of onion for sauteing). 6 more words

Weekly Lunch Post: #2


Left: Orange and walnut salad with a hardboiled egg
Right: Peach, dried cranberries, a hardboiled egg and sunflower seed salad + raspberry vinaigrette

Chris: 35 more words

UofT Undergrad

Ampalaya Na May Asukal

(Warning: This is Tagalog. Gusto ko sanang e-english kasu mas ma eexpress ko yata pag tagalog.)

Ako na siguro yung may blog na ayaw e-advertise ang sinusulat ko. 1,000 more words