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Saturday, June 30, 2012

The Neophyte Cook # 4: "Gising-Gising"

The Neophyte Cook - this segment in my blog will feature my cooking apprenticeship without the formal culinary lessons, shy of cooking standards, and is done out-of-passion in cooking. Recipes will vary from various cuisine's dishes as long as I can modestly prepare and my guts tell me to do so.


This menu was a week delayed already. Originally, we have planned to cook it last week. But due to a lacking ingredient, we decided to pass on and re-scheduled it this weekend.


And here's the "Gising-Gising" guys! I'm sure when you try it even at once you'll be so "gising talaga" LoLs..kidding aside. But, I guess I'm right when I say that since it has some chilli peppers ingredient that will surely arouse your lousy morning or not-so-exciting lunch time.


It was cooked after I'd finished the "Binagoongang Manok". Of course with the aid of my "sous chef" LoLs my wife is my sous chef and I am the master chef..hahaha! --pretentious enough to own the word.  Okay, here's what we've got.


Gising-Gising
I'm not so sure which province in our country this recipe originated. If I may guess, I would perhaps say it comes from the Bicol Region. I'm just suspecting that the "gata" and the "sili" is more likely my clues why I said that. But then again I'm not that sure. I was tired and lazy to look it up in the internet and search its place of origin.



The enhanced version of "Gising-Gising"
Now that I'm so driven to cook and cook. I hope I'll wake one day running a fine dining resto of my own.  As I have initially discussed to my Uncle about that particular plan, I'm excitedly looking forward to that reality which to me isn't impossible at all. All I just need to have is the guts and the constant drive. I know I have the passion already. 


Sabi nga, it starts with a dream and a vision. I will make it happen as I am the sole person responsible for my actions and decisions. And with God's great guidance I can bring this dream to reality.


By the way for recipe inquiry, just feel free to drop a comment in my comments portion or you can leave a message in my chat box.


HAPPY EATING AND READING :)







15 comments:

  1. Certainly is mouth-watering! Cooking is definitely fun especially when you serve it to the people you care the most.

    I should really stretch some bones in order for me to buy some ingredients.

    Happy cooking Chef!

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    1. Yeah! you're right...you can start with simple recipes. Cooking is really fun. :)

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  2. Reminds me of the one I had at Recipes by Cafe Metro. :)

    http://www.dekaphobe.com

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    1. Michy- doon ko nga yata nakita kaya ginaya ko kasi mukhang masarap sa pics mo hehehe

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  3. Masarap yung Gising-gising sa chic-boy.

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    1. Hahaha..ganun ba bro...ma-try nga pag-uwi..but nothing can beat home made version..LoLs...hahaha!

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  4. so thats whats its called i've tasted this dished and i loved it it just that I forgot to ask its name yumyum

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  5. Looks appetizing. Will definitely try this one :)

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    1. Yeah sure, you can try..it's a simple recipe though. Would you want me to send you the recipe?

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  6. i love it ..masarap ung sa recipes na restaurant ....what gulay ba ito ? macook nga minsan ^_^

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    1. Baguio beans at ground pork lang ang main ingredients nyan. YOu can try to cook it minsan. :)

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  7. looks delicious. well it's good that you document your passion in cooking :-) i can only cook adobo haha spicy one though

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    1. I dedicated a portion in my blog about my neophyte cooking. It's also another passion of me. Thanks. You can try it, I'm willing to send the recipe.

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