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Updated: 2015-05-18T15:13:16.300+08:00

 



simply stopping by to say hello

2013-01-25T03:30:47.770+08:00

simply stopping by to say hello



Hi Veron! Thanks for your kind words :) Nice to ...

2006-12-02T00:17:00.000+08:00

Hi Veron! Thanks for your kind words :) Nice to know there is a pork/chicken couple out there too! :)



hmmn, adobo, I just made it this week. I like pork...

2006-11-30T19:39:00.000+08:00

hmmn, adobo, I just made it this week. I like pork myself and the "hungry" hubby likes chicken.
Love your site by the way :).



Hi Angeljolie! Thanks! And although this first a...

2006-10-04T16:26:00.000+08:00

Hi Angeljolie! Thanks! And although this first attempt both looked and tasted good, I still need to fool around with it a bit...I think Adobo is one of those dishes, though simple, that you have to journey towards :)

Hi Bearlet! Both catfish and eel adobo sound amazing...as I do like both catfish and eel :) YUM!



i live in the US and my dear late lola from Malabo...

2006-09-21T13:32:00.000+08:00

i live in the US and my dear late lola from Malabon made catfish adobo for my high school grad party held w/ my non-asian friends. and they LOVED it! when i was a kid in the philippines, she used to make "adobong igat" (freshwater eel). mmmm... we can definitely adobo anything, huh?



I've tried cooking adobo several times, but none h...

2006-09-15T13:49:00.000+08:00

I've tried cooking adobo several times, but none had been perfect so far. Congratulations on your first attempt. Your CPA (chicken-pork adobo, that is) looked tempting enough to make me want to try my luck cooking this dish again.



Hi Ria! :) You can email me at eighty_breakfasts@...

2006-09-05T15:18:00.000+08:00

Hi Ria! :) You can email me at eighty_breakfasts@yahoo.com



Hi Joey,Your site does not have your email? I'd li...

2006-09-05T12:44:00.000+08:00

Hi Joey,

Your site does not have your email? I'd like to ask you for information which is not related to this post, if that is okay.

Thanks!



Hi Iska! Thanks :) Yes, it's easy to let these d...

2006-09-04T08:08:00.000+08:00

Hi Iska! Thanks :) Yes, it's easy to let these dishes "fix themselves" in other people's house...

Rob! Hahahahaha! You are too funny :) Yes, adobo is usually made with pork or chicken, but you can really use whatever you want (beef, etc), so it could very well have been beef. Mae, whose recipe I used, has made it with oysters!



Joey:I tried it when I was stationed in Germany wi...

2006-09-02T13:17:00.000+08:00

Joey:

I tried it when I was stationed in Germany with a Filipino friend of mine named Bonafacio Tee. His wife made it a few times when I was visiting and I was hooked. I am not sure what kind it was. I THOUGHT it was beef(like you would use for beef tips or stroganoff) but from what I gather it is usually pork or chicken so I must have been mistaken. All I know is it was too die for unlike mine which was to die from.

BD



i understand when you said you can go your whole l...

2006-09-02T09:45:00.000+08:00

i understand when you said you can go your whole life without cooking it w/ all the other people around who can do it... that's how i was w/ pancit bihon.

congrats on your 1st adobo adventure, joey!



Hi Nens! Thanks :) Yes, I know what you mean! A...

2006-08-29T00:50:00.000+08:00

Hi Nens! Thanks :) Yes, I know what you mean! Ang sarap ng "lutong bahay" ng iba :) Haha!

Hi Elna! I love humba! My husband is the real adobo lover...I will take humba any day :) In fact, my favorite version of adobo is an all pork one my mom's old cook used to make which was sweet!

Thanks Alphafemme and thanks for stopping by! :)

Hey there BD! Ah! An adobo lover! Where did you try it? What versions do you like? Do tell!

Hi Marketman! Thanks for the vote of confidence...I hope so! Sigh...I know what you mean about smells...am still getting up the nerve to make my favorite tuyo in my flat!

Hi Bay leaf! Thank you :)

Hi Ces! Thanks :) If it weren't for my husband this would have been all pork, heehee :)



i also like the chicken and pork combi in adobo! c...

2006-08-28T22:49:00.000+08:00

i also like the chicken and pork combi in adobo! congratulations for being brve enough to try it joey!



Well done! the end result looks really good. :) Ka...

2006-08-28T22:10:00.000+08:00

Well done! the end result looks really good. :)

Kakagutom tuloy.



The first time I made adobo ever was in the commun...

2006-08-28T18:48:00.000+08:00

The first time I made adobo ever was in the communal kitchen of my dorm building in Boston, EGADS, the smell made me HIGHLY unpopular that day! Glad it turned out well...I am sure you will be an adobo expert before your first anniversary!



PS.....anyone wanting to sell errrrr give away add...

2006-08-28T11:07:00.000+08:00

PS.....

anyone wanting to sell errrrr give away addresses of those making adobo email me

BD



mmmmmm Adobo......it is one of my very very favori...

2006-08-28T10:51:00.000+08:00

mmmmmm Adobo......it is one of my very very favorite dishes...... I have tried to make it 3 or 4 times all with disastrous results. I am not talking okay. I am not talking pretty bad. I am talking HORRIBLE!
I will have to try this recipe, thanks!



your adobo looks yummy! congrats!

2006-08-28T01:06:00.000+08:00

your adobo looks yummy! congrats!



Congratulations! You've made it! *-* Just like you...

2006-08-25T07:42:00.000+08:00

Congratulations! You've made it! *-* Just like you, i did cook my first adobo after I got married. And I must admit, I haven't perfected it yet. I still had to measure the soy sauce, vinegar, etc. I do prefer the Visayan version (they call it "humba") with the addition of panutsa or brown sugar. My husband who is a Brit/Am boy loves adobo in all its variations and craves for them a lot more than I do.



Wow Jo, for your first, that looks incredibly sara...

2006-08-24T14:58:00.000+08:00

Wow Jo, for your first, that looks incredibly sarap! I like my adobo dark and the sauce thick, and of course with chicken instead of pork so my mom combines both also. Do you get that feeling sometimes with certain dishes, that no matter how many times you make it and how good you think it is, it always tastes better at someone else's house?

Very well done, Jo! :)



Hi there Knittymommy! I remember...boy, that was ...

2006-08-24T00:14:00.000+08:00

Hi there Knittymommy! I remember...boy, that was a long time ago no? :) Thanks for your best wishes from me & C! The adobo rice sounds champ! I will definitely try that one of these days...thanks for stopping by and for your nice comments :) You're knitting creations are great...especially that cute prayer shawl!

Hi Sugarcocoon! Interesting meatless versions...sounds good!

Hi Pamela! Thanks! :)

Hi Mila! Ya...whew! There are so many different variations to try! Hey, can you point me to the blog that wrote up Ruth Reichl's adobo? Sounds interesting! But not as interesting as Flambed Adobong Cornish Hen :)



addendum: I made my first (solo flight) adobo for ...

2006-08-23T18:23:00.000+08:00

addendum: I made my first (solo flight) adobo for a family dinner in the US. I used cornish hens and it was such a production, accidentally flambed the thing lol. Luckily the dish went down well and everyone ate it up.



Congratulations Joey, and I'm glad you got your fi...

2006-08-23T18:22:00.000+08:00

Congratulations Joey, and I'm glad you got your first adobo out of the way, now you can continue testing new recipes (darker soy, light soy, adding chicken livers, or pototoes or eggs even, braising the meat before stewing, or parboiling then frying the meat to caramelize it). So many options and recipes out there. I remember reading recently that Ruth Reichl just did an adobo in Gourmet magazine. Someone's blog wrote it up.



Brilliant job done!!

2006-08-23T14:00:00.000+08:00

Brilliant job done!!



I make chicken adobo, but since I'm a not so stric...

2006-08-23T13:58:00.000+08:00

I make chicken adobo, but since I'm a not so strict ovo-lacto-pesco vegetarian, I add tofu, mushrooms and hard boiled eggs, so that I have something to eat with white rice.