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I created this website to save all of our family recipes along with each of its story. Here you will find recipes we created with my husband and or daughter, or either of us. We love sharing best recipes we made, so have fun cooking with it. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to comment on the recipe you chose. Have fun!

Fresh from the Kitchen

Bring your cooking banana into something extraordinare with this recipe. Who would ever have thought that wine and banana could marry perfectly?

It’s “marshmallowy “ but not too sticky; buttery but not soggy: The Perfect Piece of Rice Krispies Bar!

Delectable, irresistible, best berry syrup ever! I am pretty sure you would crave for a slice or two of cheese cake right this minute.

Practice means perfect. And in our kitchen, this is one of them. This is every cupcake’s perfect frosting!

No matter what the situation is, my husband loves it when broccoli is soft but still in shape. Well, who would have thought that soft broccoli stir-fried is as delectable as it is crunchy? Soft or crunchy, this recipe will bring you there.

This is a quick and easy, cheap and delicious ice cream sandwich recipe that will sweep your little one’s whine away and forget that extra expensive Klondike…

My Crafty Indulgence

Sing it with the Mighty Jungle's tune: In the garden, the mighty garden, the lady sings along...

Teaching your american kid tagalog a simple way. Chapter 1: What is your name in Tagalog: Ano ang pangalan mo? .... Ano (what) ang (is) pangalan (name) mo (your).

A Valentine project you and your little kiddos could work with. Take the scissors and cutter, give 'em glue, and let them explore their own creativity - so are yours!

"One is not born a genius, one becomes a genius" (Simone de Beauvoir). And as a parent making as much as possible that learning is fun for our daughter, we had made an accidental genius.

These broken kite's sticks looked too nice to be thrown, so I looked for an idea to make them useful. I found patterned papers with small little butterfly patterns in it, and my mind kept running ahead to do the thinking: make a “butterfly kabob”.

On Mother’s Days, show your love to your mom with a personal touch. If you know how to sew, get this idea: A Cozy Pillow she can comfortably put on her lap (like I usually do) while watching T.V., or under her toes while she reads her book. How sweet is that?