Rice

Instant Pot Arroz Caldo

Instant Pot Arroz Caldo

It’s crazy to think that the first time I wrote about Arroz Caldo on this blog was over 10 years ago (I’m old), wherein I explained the Filipino chicken and rice porridge’s place within my own family traditions. Though Arroz Caldo
Spam & Egg On A Crispy Fried Rice Cake

Spam & Egg On A Crispy Fried Rice Cake

When you have the foresight to store any leftover steamed rice in your refrigerator, you’ve got plenty of fried rice fodder for the next morning. Cold leftover rice is ideal for turning into fried rice since the rice grains can be easily
Giveaway: Philippine Heirloom Rice

Giveaway: Philippine Heirloom Rice

When we think of rice, we may think of only a few specific varieties. Italian Arborio, Thai Jasmine, and Indian Basmati, for example. But what if I told you there are rice varieties from the Philippines whose aromas, textures, and flavors are on
Lugaw is for the Children

Lugaw is for the Children

Generally speaking, babies (of the human variety) can begin to eat semi-solid food between 4 and 6 months of age. So when my kid hit the four-month mark, and our pediatrician gave us the green light to shove spoonfuls of rice cereal into his mouth
Champorado: Breakfast of Champions

Champorado: Breakfast of Champions

Filipinos have been enjoying chocolate cereal long before the likes of Cocoa Puffs, Cocoa Pebbles, Cocoa Crisp, Count Chocula, or Chocolate Frosted Frosty Krusty Flakes (Only sugar has more sugar!) ever entered the sweet-toothed maws of hungry