Microwave recipe: cheese-topped baked egg and sardines

It's 1.00 a.m. on Sunday morning as I start writing this post. We're still up, Sam and Speedy are watching cartoons, Alex is taking a shower and I am here near the oven where I can watch the tray that will yield what I will call dulce de leche squares when they're done. But … [Read more...]


Sardines frittata in tortilla

Beef and chicken are not the only things you can use to stuff flour tortillas. A tortilla is a bread and anything that goes well with bread will taste delicious with tortilla. I bought a bag of flour tortilla a week ago intending to stuff them with chicken a la king. Sadly, … [Read more...]


Sardines in oil

These are my favorite. Unlike sardines in cans which are often soggy and is 80% sauce, sardines in jars are firm and much more flavorful. Great for frittatas, great for sandwiches and great with pasta.See also Something like pasta a la putanesca. … [Read more...]


(Something like) pasta a la putanesca

With the interval of postings on this blog, you'd think we haven't been eating at home. It's not that I haven't been cooking; it's just that I haven't been blogging too much lately. At least, not in my personal blogs. There's this project in my kids' school and I was focused … [Read more...]


Spanish sardines spaghetti

I was so pleased that the cooked dish turned out so well. Really great. So, I guess it's important to say that in cooking this dish, choose the sardines with caution. The ones that come in jars are more firm and better-flavored. They cost more than twice as much as their … [Read more...]