Tag: Coffee

“Grilled” Pork Belly marinated with Coffee/ “Inihaw” na Liempo na may Kape

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This is purely from a home cooking perspective. Experimenting on the ingredients for Limp Marinade has always been sort of a hobby of mine. It will always be a mixture of some sort of oil, acid, sugar, salt, spices, and herbs – it’s the type of these and the amount per ingredient that I tweak every time. Recently, I’ve been adding coffee in the marinade so now I can say I’m cooking “Grilled” Liempo marinated with Coffee.

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Slightly charred and glistening, how I personally like my liempo looking before being sliced
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Finally, more outside Kape

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My wife and I got fully vaccinated recently and we’ve been visiting the place we frequented pre-pandemic. We barely went out for almost two years to lessen the risk of catching the virus. Judging from me being hospitalized for having Covid 19, it was necessary for us to do that for survival.

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Missed drinking coffee in an actual shop, but also glad I can also brew coffee at home now
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Historic with great views, decent coffee, and ghosts? Remembering a trip to Corregidor Island

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It’s October and just like last year, I’ll try to make posts this month to be (sort of) creepy/scary. Now, the pictures on this are not only taken from my first ever iPhone (6s) but also downloaded from my first blog (it’s about food). We once had morning coffee in arguably one of the most alleged haunted places in the Philippines – Corregidor Island.

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I’ve always thought this entrance to the inn was ominous, even in the day!
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