Smitten Kitchen

I give you another great food site – Smitten Kitchen! Her photos alone are enough to make you drool! I honestly think I’d need pronexin for all the chocolate cravings I get whenever I’d look at her sweet recipes! I dare you to go see for yourself her recipes and since I am on a diet, these scrambled eggs might be the only thing I am allowed to cook!

image Photo from here.

Tasty Kitchen

I have been looking for healthy recipes to cook over the weekend so I can be strict with my diet next week, besides I need hcg diet info for a friend. I have fallen off the diet wagon and though I have been moving more and improving my time, if I don’t lessen my food intake, it really would not matter.

If you don’t know Pioneer Woman’s Tasty Kitchen site, you need to go and pay visit right now. She has a lot of recipes from appetizers, breads and entrees and I have it in good authority that her recipes are delicious! A number of my scrapbooking friends swear by her recipes – it’s easy to do, takes less time, and is eaten immediately by their families!


So if you need recipes, go to Tasty Kitchen!

Disney Cook Book!

I have to confess I dont know anything about the kitchen. If there would be textbooks for kitchen cooking Id be over them in a heartbeat!

This seems to be a great idea to help kids eat more:

disney familyfun dinnertime cover

Disney FamilyFun understands that the evening meal can be the best part of a family’s day — and the busiest. That’s why they’ve created the special collector’s issue, Dinnertime!, which hits newsstands Tuesday, May 4.

Filled with over 98 easy recipes, these pages gather the best dinner ideas from our 19 years of publication. Every recipe is family-tested and approved. Dinnertime! makes family meals simple and stress-free with chapters offering specific solutions to common dinner dilemmas, including:

  • Cheap eats: savory $$ savers
  • 30-minute meals
  • Picky eater pleasers
  • Break out of your rut: rethinking old faves
  • Dishes that teach kids cooking skills

Pinoy Cookbook

So while I went and did some grocery shopping last Friday, I managed to pick up what seems to be a nice and easy cookbook for our househelp (she is the one who cooks in the house :D)) It is in our native language and what I like most about it is the ingredients are things we can get in the local market as well. It has appetizers, fish, veggies, chicken, pork and beef plus desserts too. I actually highlighted the recipes we will be including in our menu this week (fish, veggies and chicken as my kids are not fan of pork) while I was viewing an insurance quote I received by email. I will share here in my blog pictures and the recipe if it tastes good :)