This is the first time I shoot family photographs. I’m thankful to Tess and her wonderful family for a pleasant and encouraging experience. Here are my favorite shots.
The Philippines is the top supplier of coconuts in the world. We are the world’s major supplier of coconut milk, coconut oil, coconut waters and etc but we Filipinos don’t care about that fact as it’s more enjoyable to exchange lies while drinking the coconuts’ by-product we call Tuba.
My blogging inspiration is Jun Belen. Though I could only hope to write as well as he does or be a photographer as good as he is, I’d like to steer this blog towards becoming more of a foodie blog.
While browsing the recipe section, I came across this recipe for Making Sinigang na Salmon sa Miso and cooked it for the next meal. Lucky I had all the needed ingredients at hand. I used Jun Belen’s recipe though I didn’t really follow the portioning/measurements for the ingredients. I added a few more ingredients, too, to satisfy my palate. I added ginger, a bit of sugar to taste, added a dash of dashi and instead of mustasa green, I used pechay or bok choy.