Mommy Bonz

I know this is very easy to cook, we just have to read the box for the mixing procedures… :)

I always make pancakes because my little angel’s taste buds likes these little round food… especially the waffles.  I haven’t tried making waffles ’cause I don’t have those waffle makers… hmmm… I think my father has, let borrow it sometime and cook waffles for my little baby.
Anyways, my baby likes to eat them with no syrup… just ‘plain’ pancakes.  Unlike me, I love to shower it with maple syrup!  Yummy!

What’s your favorite snack food?

grabbed the image from my baby’s blog:


This is one of those meals you can cook if you’re on a tight budget.

Since I got the recipe from market manila , I’ll not cook this with bagoong… but I’ll be adding chicaron in it!


  • squash, cubed
  • string beans, cut
  • onions, chopped
  • green long chilis, sliced in half
  • coconut milk (gata)
  • chicaron


  • boil down coconut milk to a thicker consistency.
  • add chilis and onions.
  • add cubed squash, cover. let it simmer a bit. season fish sauce (patis) to taste.
  • next the string beans. then add some water if needed.
  • put in chicaron. let it simmer until desired texture of the vegetables are achieved.

Don’t over cook the vegetables.  It’s more delicious when its crunchy or something… :)

And here’s my masterpiece!

image is from my previous food blog –



This food blog is just a few days old but still… my new baby is joining the much anticipated BC Bloggers’ Family!

I have six blogs in all (not yet a blogging addict though), the four are already members of the BC Blogger 2 and 3, so my two new babies would like to join the family… my food blog a.k.a Meet The Chef Wannabe, and my cupcakes blog a.k.a I Love Cupcakes! Yummy!

To know more about the process of joining the BC Bloggers, kindly check out Paula’s Place by Paula, the founder of this link building mania, and follow application steps and you’re done!

See you there!


Not everybody I know likes to eat bitter gourd (ampalaya), but my little baby does…

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  • 2-3 cloves of garlic
  • 1 onion
  • 2 medium-sized bitter gourd (ampalaya)
  • 1/4 kilo ground pork (giniling)
  • pork cube cut in half
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • soy sauce to taste


  • Boil the ground pork until water dries out.
  • Cut the medium size bitter gourd, garlic and onion into strips.
  • Sautee the garlic until golden brown, put the onion, the ground pork and the pork cube. Then soy sauce to taste. Cover. After 2-3 mins, mix the bitter gourd, cover again. Don’t over cook the vegetable. After 3-5 mins, put in the beat egg, then mix.
  • Let it simmer for about 3-5 mins.  Or cook until your desired taste.


**note: grabbed the image from my previous food blog**