Category: Practical Guide

Sweet Chili Sauce

sweet chili sauce

Love sweet chili sauce? Why don’t you make it yourself at home? Sweet chili is a perfect match for fried and grill dishes. Thus, knowing how to make it at home would make everything handy. No need of buying them in bottles. It’s very easy and less hassle to prepare. Here’s how to make Sweet Chili Sauce at home: Ingredients:


Check out DTI’s Latest Suggested Retail Price for Noche Buena Products

dti srp

Yes, you’ve got your 13th month pay!!! And you’re now ready to go for some grocery shopping spree for your family’s Noche Buena. But wait, before you even do that, do you know that DTI actually provides SRP’s for all the Noche Buena items? Check them out and make it your budgeting guide. Following are the Latest Suggested Retail Price


Common Herbs and Spices in the Philippines (English to Tagalog)

Common Herbs and Spices in the Philippines (English to Tagalog)

Since I started blogging, I’ve received several inquiries about the spices and herbs that I am using. For that reason, I come with the idea of compiling all the common herbs and spices in the country and what they were called locally. Here are some of the most Common Herbs and Spices in the Philippines (English to Tagalog):      


Homemade Tomato Sauce

Homemade Tomato Sauce

That season of the year where you can find tomatoes everywhere, there could only be one thing that you can do. You can make your own tomato sauce at home. It’s very easy, very healthy and you can even make your own version whatever flavor you want. You can store it and use it in whatever dish you want. Here’s


Common Cooking Measurements Guide

I have received a lot of inquiries about measurements especially for those who don’t have all the measuring tools at home. So worry no more peeps, I made a simple compilation of all the “common” measurements that we are using everyday to help you better and to make your cooking life easy and precise. Below are some of the most


How to Grow Bean Sprouts (Mung Sprouts) at Home

What if you save yourself from buying bean sprouts from the supermarket and grow your own at home? It is easy, and it doesn’t require too much process. You’ll have your sprouts in just 2-4 days. Here’s how: Wash the monggo beans thoroughly with water.  Place it in a container and soak it overnight. After soaking them overnight, the bean