A Taste Of New York

In the city that never sleeps - two days were not enough to eat the Big Apple.Fall 2013  Day 1 Crossing the Brooklyn bridgeTerroir Wine Bar, Park SlopeFrom the owners of Hearth Restaurant in Manhattan East Village, Marco Canora & Paul GriecoWhether or not you are a wine lover, once you step inside Terroir you will … Continue reading A Taste Of New York


Shrimp Sarciado

In a traditional Filipino household, sarciado is made of fried fish with sauteed garlic and tomato sauce (often times a quail egg will be added to it).In early summer, I made the basic sarciado sauce with Hungarian paprika and jalapeño peppers for an added sweet & spicy flavours. //assets.pinterest.com/js/pinit.jsA Twist to a Traditional Filipino RecipeIngredients:ShrimpsRipe … Continue reading Shrimp Sarciado

Weekend Photo: Brunch in Liberty Village

Mildred's Temple Kitchen, an upscale brunch restaurant in Liberty Village serving well crafted food, homemade preserves, burgers, buns & scones. On the menu: Scones served with apple cinnamon spread $6, Homemade buns and burger $18, Brunch Special (Salmon & whitefish with poached eggs and arugula) $15, Man Hunter (striploin steak with two eggs sunny side … Continue reading Weekend Photo: Brunch in Liberty Village


A friend of mine Natalie, who is visiting from Boston (originally from Toronto) organized a dinner with our two other girlfriends. The girls decided to go to Mideastro, a fine-dining Mediterranean and Middle Eastern fusion restaurant in Yorkville. It was a good choice- the serving was pretty small which was great for sharing appetizers and … Continue reading Mideastro