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Smash It: Burger & More in Marikina Heights

Who is craving for Burgers and fries?   Hopefully you're into something new to eat at Smash It: Burger & More in Marikina Heights.  I had ordered it through Grab Food application on my phone.  The following orders were as followed: Double BBQ Bacon Smash Burger requested for no sauce and vegetables for PHP 207.20 with Curly Fries PHP 169.00 plus a Red Iced tea PHP 49.00 total of PHP 425.20 ($7.59). Double Caramelized Smash Burger for PHP 249.00 with French Fries with Homemade Ketchup PHP 99.00 total of PHP 348.00 ($6.21). I had ordered myself the Buffalo Chicken Poppers for PHP 189.00 ($3.38) the serving was big. I couldn't quite finish it very spicy even if it says mild on the label on the box. I used my ranch dressing to minimize the heat coming from my mouth. I wanted to try their Apple Cinnamon Tart for two pieces for PHP 129.00 ($2.30) the apple cinnamon tart wasn't sweet something good to add vanilla ice-cream if you wanted too. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or adv

What is Top Fan Badges in Facebook Page?

It never occurred to me that your viewer, follower and audience can actually receive a Top Fan Badges in your Facebook Page. I am new to this and didn't realize there was such a thing when having a personal blog link on too you're Facebook Page. What is Top Fan Badges? Top fan badges is the top number one followers who is active reading all your post, comments and liked in what you have in your Facebook Page. How does one become recognized? The Facebook Page that you have followed will receive an notification saying who is the person who is nominated a the Top Fan Badges this person will not who they are once you send a personal message to them to recognized their achievements. There are ways to reach out to your follower either you post it on your page or send them a personal message. There are some people who don't want to be recognized best to leave them a personal message. We all learn something new at this so any Facebook Page you follow and become

Fried Tilapia Recipe

This is not just an ordinary fried tilapia fish for the Filipinos we eat this with other dipping sauce to add more flavoring in our meal alone. There are some people who just dip it with soy sauce and calamansi topped with rice in their meal. The other option is the following: Atchara Ripe tomato with salted egg Spicy vinegar Kimchi Salsa with mango Fried Tilapia Recipe: Ingredient: 2 Pieces Tilapia (clean and remove scales) 2 Tsp Salt Cooking Oil Preparing the Tilapia : Add 1 tsp of salt on both and the inside try rubbing with your hands Leave for 15 minutes for the salt to absorb to the fish. Cooking Instructions: Heat oil in the frying pan When oil is hot add small amount of cornstarch, flour or baking soda this prevent the oil to splatter once you have added the fish. Fry each side for 6 to 10 minutes on each side on medium heat. Strain fish on a strainer to remove excess oil

How do you eat your canned sardines?

Sardine is a popular canned good that can be cook in so many ways. I will share you ways people eat their canned sardines. Some people like it just from the can and eat it the way.  Some people like to sauté and cooked with onion and garlic with the canned sardine. Our employee also put sardines in egg omelets or in their soup. Some people eat it with sauté onion and scramble egg with the canned sardine. Some people put it on their noodles. There are no limits how you want to eat your canned sardines. The Filipino eats their sardine with rice or in pandesal bread tops it with sunny side up egg. Filipino Sardine Recipe: Ingredient: Canned of sardines 1 - Onion (chopped) 2 - Cloves Garlic (minced) 1 - Egg (beaten) - Optional Step 1: In a pan add little amount of cooking oil Add garlic and onion sauté Add the sardines from the canned along with its tomato sauce Add egg (optional) Mix together until egg is cooked Ready to eat.

Filipino Beef Steak Recipe

Filipino Beef Steak Recipe Ingredients: 1 ½ Beef sirloin thinly slice 1 - White onion (slice circle) 1/4 Cup – Kikoman Lite Soy Sauce - any brand 1/2 Cup - Calamansi or Lemon juice Ground Pepper to taste 1 - Tbs Unsalted Butter (any brand) 1 Cup Water Step 1: In a Ziploc or Tupperware Add calamansi or lemon juice, Kikoman Lite soy sauce and mix well Add tenderloin steak Set aside Marinate for one hour Step 2: In a frying pan add butter melt in low heat Add Step 1: Make sure you drain the beef sirloin from the marinated sauce and set aside. Add onion Pour remaining marinated sauce Season with black pepper Cook until meat is tender. Ready to serve on a flat plate.

Grilled Pusit Recipe

This is a popular dish when you feel like eating for a change you can either wrap this up in banana leaf or aluminum foil of your choice. Ingredients: 3 – Large Pusit (squid) (clean and remove scales) 2 - Pieces Ripe Tomato (chopped) 1 - Onion (chopped) 1 - Tsp Ginger (minced) 1 - Tbsp Calamansi or Lemon Juice 1 – Cup Soy sauce Salt  Black Pepper Step 1: In a bowl add tomato, onion, ginger and calamansi or lemon juice Add salt, black pepper and soy sauce Mix well Step 2: Add Step 1 and place inside the squid with a spoon. Rub cooking oil on the squid prevent stick to the aluminum foil or banana leaf. Step 3: Wrap the squid in aluminum foil or banana leaf seal tightly by folding both ends secure. Step 4: Grilling: Cook for 6 to 8 minutes each side on a charcoal. .

Grilled Tilapia or Bangus Recipe

This is a popular dish when you feel like eating something healthy for a change you can either wrap this up in banana leaf or aluminum foil of your choice. You can either have it grilled or place in your oven whichever is  convenient. You can use any fish you prefer but we use either boneless bangus (milk fish) or tilapia. Ingredients: 1 - Choice of Medium size fish (clean and remove scales) 2 - Pieces Ripe Tomato (chopped) 1 - Onion (chopped) 2 - Tsp Ginger (minced) 1 - Tbsp Calamansi or Lemon Juice Salt  Black Pepper Preparing the Fish: Slit the fish until you reach the bone. Add 1 tsp of salt on both sides by rubbing with your hands Leave for 15 minutes for the salt to absorb to the fish. Step 1: In a bowl add tomato, onion, ginger and calamansi or lemon juice Add salt and black pepper Mix well Step 2: Add Step 1 and place inside the cavity of the fish. Rub cooking oil on the fish prevent fish sticky to the aluminum foil or banana leaf. Ste

Ginataang Kalabasa Recipe

This is one of my favorite dishes that is cooked by Manang V our cook. This is made of squash and in tagalog they call it kalabasa. We cook this dish with coconut milk that is usually fresh but if in your area coconut is not available you can use a can called, gata. There are different ways to cook this dish you can use shrimp, crab, fish or pork belly anything is possible there are no restrictions. Optional vegetables added in this recipe are eggplant, string beans, malunggay leaves, ampalaya (bitter melon), ginger and hot pepper You can also add shrimp paste bagoon alamang. Ingredients: 1/2 kilo - Kalabasa or Squash (spoon out seeds, peel and cut into 1 inch) 1/4 Kilo - choice of shrimp, fish or pork belly 10 Pieces - String Beans  1 Cup - Malunggay leaves (Optional) 1 Large Ampalaya (cut in diagonal Slices) 2 Eggplant (sliced diagonally) 2 Cloves Garlic (minced) 1 Medium Onion (chopped) 5 Pieces - Okra (cut top and bottom) 2 - Finger Green Chilies (Optional) 2 -