A New Year, a New Life, and a New Beginnings..

Monday, January 3, 2011

Oh well another year has ended, and our family celebrated New Year at home. What made me excited is, I am the one who prepared our meal for our media noche feast.


Well actually this was my fist time to grilled pork belly or in filipino inihaw na liempo, that i marinated, and put all the ingredients. Asked my Dad, Mom, and my siblings about the taste, texture and everything about the food. And the judgment (drum beat): They all told me, it was PERFECT, it is sweet, texture is very nice. Wow! A great achievement before 2010 ends. I named it Paul's inihaw na liempo. (lol)

How to Make the Marinade for Pork:
  1. Onions | Sibuyas (Chopped)
  2. Garlic | Bawang (Chopped)
  3. Ketchup
  4. Soy sauce | Toyo
  5. Vinegar | Suka
  6. Ground Pepper | Paminta
  7. Sprite | 7-up
  8. Chili Powder | Sili
  9. Brown sugar | Asukal na Pula
  10. Salt
Ingredients for the BBQ paste:
  1. Oil | Mantika
  2. Used Marinade 
  3. Ketchup
  4. Barbeque sauce (optional)
  • Boil first the pork, so it would not be to hard. Use sprite or 7-up to boil the pork. Remember: don't boil the pork too long.
  • Just mix all the ingredients, taste them for your desirable taste. Put the pork along with the marinade in a tight sealed container.
  • For better taste it would be better if it would be marinated for 24hours.
  • And it's grilling time. 
  • Use the BBQ paste while grilling the pork. Use a brush for tastier results.
  • Enjoy. :)

Leaving 2010 with no regrets. Leaving her with a smile on my face. Leaving her with a thankful heart saying: "I will not leave 2010 empty handed, i will be bringing the memories of her in 2011."

-Live, Love, Laugh and Eat-


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