December 8, 2021

16 thoughts on “Sweet Potato and Heart Stew

  1. Calbayog Tourism office at intersection of rueda and avelino, up the steet from you of the water district office, opposite side of street from plaza and catherdral

      1. not in city hall next to it on the east end closer to your place in red brick building, big sign out front Tourism Office, between water district office and city hall.Rueda runs right into at Avelino

  2. CHILI BRICK

    1. 8 LBS HAMBURGER
    2. 8 LBS SUET
    3. 12 TBSP CHILI POWDER
    4. 6 TBSP CHILI MIX
    5. 1 2/3 TBSP COREANDER
    6. 4 TBSP SALT
    7. 1 TBSP GARLIC POWDER
    8. 2/3 TBSP RED HOT PEPPER

    MELT SUET, BROWN MEAT IN SUET, MIX IN ALL INGREDIENTS REMAINING AND COOK OVER LOW HEAT 2 HOURS.

    1. I hope someone can use this recipe, I won’t eat the hamburger here and I don’t even know what “suet” is.
      I sure do love chili though when I can stand the meat.

  3. I made a big pot of fresh green bean,potatos, and stewed bacon in with them even my filipinos loved it
    2 kilo green beans, 18 small potatos about p250, i forgot the price on the bacon at Monterey, or you can use Leimpo

    1. Another recipe to try i found out my filipino family loves, get “elbo,or short macaroni” boil it up , while cooking it slice up a cabbage thinly, not coleslaw thin, cook it till wilted ,brown with some salt to taste,black pepper if you like, add the macoroni to the fried cabbage, heating it all up marrying the flavors.

      Hint alot of cabbage cooks down to not so much as the water is cooked out try 2 batches.

      1. I might try this one and act like I made it up. At least I’ll tell Lita that. 1 bag of macaroni and 2 heads of cabbage should do the trick.

        1. LOL careful UJ, my filipino family turned up their noses at this Kano food but strange after i had one bowl, pased out a few taste tests, the pan was soon totally empty,

          Hint, really fried the cabbage till brown and a bit black add the macoroni to the frying pan with just a bit of water remaining so as to lossen up all the taste bits at the bottom of the frying pan as it all heats together.

          1. That’s good to know, especially since I already planned to do just that. I like some foods that are on the brink of burnt, this sounded like one of them.

      1. My grandmother was kitchen matron ,Head Cook< for small public school, also earned money during the great depression cooking in homes for the few rich ppl, my mother learned from her too, so yes i love to cook I used to be a Manager in a Shakey's Pizza Parlor too many years ago back in the states.
        OH suet is beef fat specifically from around the kidneys, you can get it here in PH too or just use high fat content ground beef, for those that don't like it so grease! LOL I like the old fashsion tavern chili the kind that turned all your crackers orange!

        1. I can eat chili either way, as long as the beef is good. I don’t mind a few orange crackers in chili.
          That lady at the tourism office, should I tell her you gave me her name?

          1. I’ve already been in contact with her. She said she would be happy to help and from the sound of it, she will have plenty of information.
            She said her office was the hub for such information. So this might be the jackpot. I told her I would be seeing her the first week of January.
            I just have to find out where her building is first, but with a cousin working for city hall it shouldn’t be that hard.
            Thanks for that contact Rick. I did mention you name too.

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