Archive for August, 2009
Kamias (Averrhoa bilimbi) is a mall tree growing 5 to 12 meters high. Leaves are pinnate, 20-60 cm long, with hairy rachis and leaflets. Leaflets are opposite, 10 to 17 pairs, oblong, 5 to 10 cm in length. Flowers, about 1.5 cm long, and slightly fragrant. Fruit, green and edible, about 4 cm long, subcylindric [...]
A desert or snack, candied camias is an excellent substitute for imported prunes. A 100-gram pack of candied camias sells at P3.00 (wholesale) and P3.50 to P 4.00 (retail). Usually, small- time producers sell their products to wholesalers and large retailers such as groceries and supermarkets. Candied camias are sold on cash or on a [...]
Soybean coffee is a coffee made using soy beans and coffee beans. Soy coffee is ideal for people who would like a healthier alternative to regular coffee. It is a recommended substitute for real coffee for consumers with heart ailments.Soy is certified organic. Organic is always better for the environment, the people and for the [...]
SHRIMP KROPECK Ingredients: 2 tasang bigas (laon o luma) ½ tasang maliit na hipon o ulo ng hipon o tagunton 2 ½ kutsaritang asin ½ kutsaritang vetsin food color (maaring wala)
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Filipinos never tire of tapsilog. Plus, by preparing this from your home, you guarantee freshness and top-quality ingredients compared to the store varieties. This viand can come in several ways —as lunch boxes, sandwiches, frozen bulk purchases, etc.—so you have a number of business options.
For Pinoys, this is one comfort food they will never outgrow. Take your cue from the different regions of the country and spice up your longganisa with a variety of flavors, i.e. with vinegar like in Vigan, or with oregano like in Lucban.
The coconut – based agroforestry system involving coconut + gmelina (Gmelina arborea Roxb.) interplanting under leaf pruned coconut is a scheme to save the coconut industry from being a sunset industry by providing a practical substitute to the cutting of coconut trees. Gmelina arborea is a fast growing forest tree planted to produce wood for [...]
Young cob corn, the newly developed corn, has been used by Chinese as vegetable for generations and this practice has spread to other Asian countries. It is used as ingredient in most food preparations. It has nutritive value similar to that of non-legume vegetable such as cauliflower, tomato, cucumber and cabbage. This vegetable has a [...]
Scientific Name: Corchurus olitorious L. Common Names/Local Names: Jute Mallow or Jews Mallow; Jute (English) Saluyot (Tagalog); Tugabang (Bisaya) Botanical Description Jute is an erect, grabrous, annual plant or shrub, growing up to 2 meters high. The leaves are ovate, laceolate, toothed margins. Flowers are solitary with yellow petals on the axils. The fruit is [...]