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TIPS: How to Place Order from Elars Lechon in Quezon Avenue

One week ago, Carmina had pointed to Mom Violy there is a place to order her lechon. Mom Violy said, let's go there one day. Carmina was able to bring Mom Violy to  Elars Lechon . The branch we went too was in Quezon Avenue which is close by. First step is to enter in their office facility to place your order.  The person inside will ask what you would like to order. Here is their price list: What they offer for Christmas in case you're interested in it. It is very easy to place your order those who are just walking in out of curiosity. Second Step: Go outside and hand in your order at the counter where you can see the lechon in front of you being chopped up on based on the weight you've made. The lechon will be placed in a box along with the lechon sauce inside an eco-bag. Mom Violy is very happy that she was able to buy her favorite Elars Lechon. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for lechon sold at Elars Lechon. Subscribe & follow @ Carmina Lifestyle  a plac

Pasta lover for all countries!

Too bad in life we cannot hop and go to different places just like when you are looking at files and pictures on your computer. Be any where you want to be and come back where you came from if life was that easy there would be no aircraft available in the world we live in. This time we will hop to my blog to cook something delicious pasta and this time if you are no carbohydrates we can call it a cheat day for you. Bacon Carbonara Recipe: Bacon and Spinach Carbonara Recipe: Stuffed Cannelloni with Spinach Recipe: Pasta: Original Filipino Spaghetti Recipe: Filipi

List of Filipino Soup Recipes

Every raining season usually people are not prepare for the weather forecast as it is humid than it begins to rain unexpected and what causes people to get sick and lower their immunize system. We start looking for comfort food to give back the strength we need to overcome our sickness. I’ve always heard from other people drinks lots of water; take your medication and sleep. Sometimes we don’t eat the right food and the most of all we need soup to keep removing the bad toxics in our body. As to the Filipinos we always tend to fall into eating these soup recipes which you can try eating at your home. Lugaw and Arroz Caldo Recipe: Sopas Recipe: Sinigang Recipe: Chicken Tinola Recipe: https://www.carminalifesty

Three Ways to Cook Lugaw, Chicken Arroz Caldo and Goto Recipe

In the Philippines there is lugaw which is rice soup for the Chinese they call it congee or porridge. We also have chicken arroz caldo is chicken with rice soup or with beef tripe. Either way how you cook it the Filipino eats it with chicken. There are three types of rice soup in the Philippines. I will give you three recipes to determine which one you choose to cook for yourself. Lugaw (rice soup) Recipe : Ingredients : 1 - Medium Onion (chopped) 4 - Cloves Garlic (chopped)  1 - Pieces Ginger (cut matchbox size) 8 Cups Chicken Broth  or 8 Cups water with 2 cubes of chicken cubes 1 - Cup Jasmine Rice 1 Tbs - Patis (fish sauce) Small amount cooking oil Medium Pot Black pepper (season when congee is cooked based on your taste) Green onions (chopped) used for topping Fried garlic (chopped) used for topping Step 1: In a medium pot place little amount cooking oil adds 2 cloves garlic, onion and ginger saute for five minutes. Add chicken broth and rice Put