Love Pork? Wear It, Put It Up On The Wall!

The merchandise online store is now open at store.boyinthekitchen.com!  For the first line, I’ve put out shirts and wall canvases featuring a word cloud of many common Filipino pork dishes.  Check it out! As a special for the opening of the online store, the first 100 customers will receive 20% off their order!  Just use…

Ribeye Bistek Tagalog – Pan Seared Ribeye Filipino Beefsteak

This post is actually an excerpt from my upcoming Boy In The Kitchen Cookbook so that you can get a taste of what’s to come.  Here, I go over some basics of searing a steak.  Enjoy! *** I have a big gripe with Filipino food.  Don’t get me wrong, I love this stuff, but sometimes there…

Calamansi Aioli

Fancy mayo!  Although traditional aioli was simply garlic and extra virgin olive oil emulsified in a mortar and pestle, the term has now come to include garlic flavored mayonnaise.  Please please please don’t ever say “garlic aioli.”  It’s redundant.  By definition, aioli already has garlic in it.  How would you feel if someone kept saying…