Siomai is an original Chinese dish but since Chinese and Filipinos have been trading their products to one another even during the ancient times, they have numerous influences to each other and that includes several dishes and food products.
Tokneneng is boiled quail eggs, covered with batter then deep fried with vegetable oil.
If you are fond of eating Filipino street foods, I’m sure you’ll love this recipe.
Bitso-bitso or karioka is popular all-over the Philippines. It can also be seen in the streets, hence also considered as one of the most well-loved sweet street foods.
Dinakdakan is one of my favorite pork dishes. It is a comfort food that reminds me of happy, childhood memories because this is one of my mom’s specialties. Dinakdakan is always present in our family’s special lunch or dinner during special occasions.
Dudumen Inkiwar is actually a glutinous rice, originally white in color but this blackens when held on fire by stalks of the grain.
I have been trying to update 2 of our computers to Windows 10 – 1903 and I run into this issue where this error shows up at around 50% – 70% of the installation process.
Feature update to windows 10 Version 1903 – error 0xc19001e2
First, I thought it was probably because I needed to install Dell updates. But after the successful installation of drivers and firmware updates and a restart of the computer, I was still getting the same error.
The computer was a Dell OptiPlex 7060 with an Intel Core i5-8500T, 8GB of RAM and an HDD of 500GB.
As a good tech do, I googled the error. There were a lot suggestions out there on how to fix it. After 30 mins of searching and reading through different forums, a post got my attention. The issue was marked solved by uninstalling the Dell Data Security and Dell Encryption. I remembered in a previous task I was working on, that I needed to uninstall the same software to fix a different issue.
After I uninstalled Dell Data Security and Dell Encryption, I was able to successfully update the computers’ OS to Windows 10 – 1903.
Here is the link on How to Uninstall Dell Data Protection Security Tools.
Here is the link of that post https://www.dell.com/community/Latitude/Dell-Latitude-5590-Windows-10-1903-upgrade-Failure/td-p/7315208
I finally got the chance to work on a WordPress project today. Aside from doing routine maintenance, one of my goal for the day is to look for a theme that I can start with, to bring a new look to the site. I saw a new theme released by WordPress and wanted to see how it would look like using this theme. Downloaded the theme, and clicked on customize and live preview wasn’t working. Read more
Ground beef guisado (ground meat can be beef or pork or a combination of the two) is one of the dishes in my quick recipe list. Quick recipes because these are recipes that are so quick and easy to prepare and cook without sacrificing the taste and nutrition of the food we eat.
Embutido Filipino Recipe. Embutido is one of the most favorite dish during special occasions like weddings and christenings in the provinces. For stay home moms, embutido is also one of the most favorite food they prepare for the “baon” or pack lunch of their kids who go to school. It’s nutritious, easy to and every kid’s favorite because of the tasty flavor. Commonly paired with banana catsup or mang tomas all-purpose sauce or sometimes just plain embutido, a simple meal becomes a hearty one with this delicious Filipino food.
Sinigang na Bangus or Sour Milkfish Soup is a very common yet delicious Filipino recipe for fresh bangus or milkfish. It’s easy to prepare and ingredients can be easily found. In fact, it can just be picked from the backyard.
Baked lamb ribs is a healthy meal and easy to prepare. This is one of family’s favorites so I prefer preparing this recipe rather than having it in a restaurant where the price is relatively high and sometimes it’s not so good.
Kutsinta Filipino Recipe. Kutsinta or puto kutsinta has been a long, famous snack (meryenda) or dessert among Filipinos.
Yema Recipe. Yema has been a favorite “finger” dessert for Filipinos. It’s sweet, creamy, and tasty because of the crushed peanuts added to it.
Special bibingka in Ilocos Region is one of the most famous “pasalubong”. When you travel in Ilocos riding in a bus, there are vendors who hop in a bus selling bibingka, kalamay, chichacorn, puto and others.