Archive for January, 2010

ISCAHM – First Week

Real classes started this week in ISCAHM. Continue reading


Korean Beef Stew

It has been a while since I last made a cooking entry so here I am again, posting a hearty comforting dish for you guys. This post is actually long overdue because I have already made this dish since New Year. Continue reading

Urameshi-ya – Real Yakiniku

I am pretty sure you have read my Yakiniku Post before and it was this restaurant that inspired me to make my own yakiniku at my sister’s place. Continue reading

ISCAHM – Introduction Week

We have finished with our first week in ISCAHM and it was pretty boring. Continue reading

ISCAHM – Orientation Seminar

If you take a look at my about page, I stated that I was taking up professional culinary class and this day was my first day at ISCAHM. We just had an orientation seminar on what to expect in school as well as the rules and regulations. Continue reading

Sage Brined Pork Loin with Juniper Berries

I bought some juniper berries recently and I was really surprised with the flavor. It had a sweet citrus kick in it and it gives this savory/gamey aroma which I really loved. With that in mind, I was supposed to make some sort of stew but thought why not try something else then? So there I was; I brined a loin of pork with some sage and of course, juniper berries. Continue reading

Meltique Beef in Mushroom Cream Sauce

Everytime I need to fill-up my pantry or thinking to buy some random stuffs to cook, I go to Rustan’s Supermarket! Rustan’s has a great variety of ingredients and wonderful choices for any grocer out there! *though a bit more expensive that any other supermarkets out there*

So, everytime I go to their meat section, I always see this beef that had a unique marbling! I was both amazed and curious because the marbling of the meat seemed far different from normal ones! I asked their butcher what it was and they said it was meltique! Continue reading