17 Campfire Breakfast Recipes

Love camping and cooking? Here’s a link to 17 curated camping recipes for breakfast from all over the internet. Enjoy!

Update: Flavoring Food According to Taste

Here’s a new page I’ve added that briefly discusses why we need to flavor dishes according to taste.  <<—- Just click this phrase or the picture below to go to the page.

Home-made Tinapang Bangus

I’ve been meaning to post my mom’s home-made tinapang bangus [boneless smoked milkfish] since the beginning of this blog. But I was hesitant for a long time because this is one of the… Continue reading

Valentine’s Day

This day is definitely special. Though it is not a holiday and we Filipinos have adapted it as one of those special occasions where we cook special dishes or simply go out on… Continue reading

Happy Chinese New Year

Happy Chinese New Year to everyone!!!  

Happy New Year from the Kitchen Invader

Gifting Delicious Goodies for the Holidays

It’s that wonderful time of the year again and we are all very busy thinking, planning, and shopping for the holiday festivities. The holiday season in the Philippines happens a week before Christmas,… Continue reading

Merry Christmas to All

Thai Green Curry

The kitchen invaders love curry, especially Thai green curry with chicken and coconut cream. And of course, it is spicy and very appetizing. The secret to cooking good curry is to use the… Continue reading

Thai Bagoong Rice

Our love of Thai food enables us to try some of the easier dishes with ingredients that are locally available. We tried cooking Pad Thai and it was a hit with the family.… Continue reading

Lengua in Creamy White Sauce

The original kitchen invader (my sister) has done it again! When she invades the kitchen, it becomes her realm. This time, she whipped up an elegant ‘ulam’ that’s only usually served during holidays… Continue reading

Enjoy the Benefits Of Home Cooking

Do you love cooking at home? So do we. Here’s a page we have written that tells you exactly why we need to cook and eat more at home. Source: Enjoy the Benefits… Continue reading

Kulao

  Pork kulao is also known as pork kinilaw, and it is said to be a dish which originated from Cavite. At home, we cook this dish usually on a weekend whenever my… Continue reading

Almondigas

  Ah, the rainy days are here and it’s time to enjoy those hot, steaming bowl of soups with the usual lunch menus at home. One of our favorites is almondigas (patola and miswa… Continue reading

Chili con Carne

  A great dish for the rainy days is something warm and spicy like chili con carne. This dish is simple, but very hearty and comforting. We’ve been craving for it for a… Continue reading

Yang Chow Fried Rice

Rice is a staple in the Filipino kitchen and dining table. It is our main source of carbohydrates and it’s always partnered with a viand to complete a day’s meal. Filipino cooks turn… Continue reading

Penne with Italian Meatballs in Tomato Sauce

We love pasta with tomato sauce – name it and we’ll enjoy cooking and eating it. My sister’s the pasta diva in this house ‘coz she loves cooking them Italian style. In general, Filipinos… Continue reading

A Guide To Cooking With Herbs

Trying out different cuisines call for different flavorings, and herbs are great for this cooking adventure. You don’t need lots of them in your kitchen garden. A few of them will do if… Continue reading

Morcon Recipe

Morcon is always a staple during the holidays and special occasions like fiestas and weddings. At home, we usually have morcon during the holiday season and we cook it for the entire family… Continue reading

Our Holiday 2014 Menu

Merry Christmas to all! Here’s to a great year and a lot of cooking in the kitchen. Our Holiday menu is for two days and we’ve been cooking since the 22nd of December.… Continue reading

No-bake Blueberry Cheesecake (updated)

This no-bake blueberry cheesecake recipe is easy and simple to make. Delight your family or guests with this dessert any time.

Holiday Greetings 2014

Holiday Greetings from The Kitchen Invader!  Thank you for visiting and reading through our recipes and cooking tips and tricks. We hope you have a great holiday and enjoy cooking with your family today… Continue reading

Food Storage – Knowing Your Food’s Shelf Life

Knowing your food’s shelf life is essential to keep your family safe. Here’s a link to the infographic courtesy of All You, which I’ve just published on one of our main pages here on the… Continue reading

Mixed Vegetables with Quail Eggs

Mixed vegetables dish is typically any combination of vegetables cooked with meat or seafood. Often sautéed and with sauce thickened with cornstarch. You’ll find a lot of mixed veggie dish in Chinese restaurants… Continue reading