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hello po, you have such nice recipes. tanong ko lang po ano yung kasubha? I’m a pampanga native and hilig ko talagng magluto kaya cguro di ako familiar. tahnks and more power!!!
Kasubha is the stamen of a local plant. Available dried in small pouches in supermarkets and markets.
Hello Ms. Connie. Do you think I could cook the tripe in a slowcooker instead of the saucepot? Just a thought… Thanks!
this has a high-calorie content! not recommended for people with fat belly like me ( which I already have shed some ).
Goto on a rainy day is a perfect comfort food. There’s a newly opened Mexican market in our neighborhood that sells beef trife for 69 cents/lb. and other innards. I was able to obtain the recipe for Igado/Batchoy from your archives but still searching for the Bopis. Thanks!
In 2005, the blogs got deleted in a massive technical glitch. I was able to reproduce most of the entries, but not all. Bopis recipe was among those I lost along with cream puffs.
once again, the this site helped me cook! salamata ate sassy!
your version of lugaw with tripe doesn’t have instructions with what to do with the tripe.
my mistake… it does have a directions for that. im sorry and thanks for the help
hi there. could you please send me the entire recipe? here’s my email ad.:
The recipe is on page 2. There is even a link to a printer-friendly version.
will try according to guidelines, can you provide me also with ikado reciepe.
thanks in advance
Just came from your arroz caldo recipe and thanks so much for clarifying that kasubha is not saffron! Used it in paella and waited and waited for dish to turn yellow…kasubha is labeled saffron here- why in the world would they do that? Cooking the rice grains in oil-no wonder the appetizing color! Had goto recently-super sarap, very garlicky, and dish had distinct yellow tinge. Will turmeric do that? Would appreciate your thoughts. Thanks, Connie!
Re “kasubha is labeled saffron here”
Oh, I know! Just came from Unimart the other day and saw a jar labeled “saffron” and the price was 26 pesos! Of course, it was kasubha.
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The congee looks so good.
Hi,Miss Connie! This post helped me cook my first goto and it was such a success.Thank you very much! Your website inspired me a lot!Take care and God bless!
Your goto recipe was a hit again with my German family specially my husband! Since they don’t eat tripes, i used chicken instead, and it was super yummy!
Thanks again for making me a cook…
Hi Connie! I will try to cook “goto” for my family’s afternoon snack. I have my own version of “goto” but I think yours is better. I do have all the ingredients you required and hopefully, will cook it right. I will keep you posted about the result…Thanks and more power to your blog and success to your recipes!
Nah, I just maybe helped a little. It was you who did it.
Hope you all like my version.