Cooking Pinoy Bistek or Filipino Beefsteak

It is time to visit my kitchen again. I am the chef at home and I am always the one who prepares and cooks food. I did not really go to a culinary school to learn cooking but I learned it at home during my early age. In fact, I already started to cook when I was in first grade. Thanks to my dearest Mother who taught me some cooking when I was young. I hope one day, I will open my own restaurant..haha!

I want my Beefsteak a bit dry (I mean not floating on a  sauce)  but juicy and yummy. So this is how it looks the last time I cooked it.

This time, let me try to share this very delicious Filipino dish. This is called Pinoy Bistek, a Filipino version of beefsteak. Others call it Tagalog Bistek but since it is prepared in my kitchen, I will call it Euroblog’s Bistek. How about  that?  (more…)


Travel Photo of the Day- El Nido, Palawan

It was the most beautiful place I  visited during my vacation last 2014. El Nido, Palawan is indeed a paradise. I cannot explain my feeling when I visited this perfect destination particularly if you love nature.  Blessed with natural beauty,  with  its white beaches, crystal clear waters and an underwater world, El Nido is surely a must-visit place in the Philippines.

I have a lot to share during that trip in Palawan but for now, let me share this photo I took during my vacation there.

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The Big Lagoon (if I am not mistaken..lolz) during our island hopping tour in El Nido.


Need a Good Recording Gear

Glad to be backed here! How are you guys! seems that the best time of the year is happening now..Well, not really..I am just too busy with so many things. Besides that I am not really feeling well, I need to take some rest some time. There are a lot of things to finish and errands to do everyday and having a full time job, you cannot really finish everything so quickly. (more…)


Visiting Budapest for the Third Time

Hello peeps! Someone is resurrected again! Wow, quite a long time since my footsteps were found here. I am finally back to share a bit update. I hope that everyone is having a wonderful start of 2015! Finally, we are  on the second month of the year!  Hmmm..I am quite excited because another travel will be commencing in spring season. About the countries, I will share it next time.

The Fisherman’s Bastion, known as Halászbástya in Hungarian language. It is a beautiful terrace in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque style situated on the Buda bank of the Danube. It is located on the Castle hill in Budapest, around Matthias Church. From there, you can have a great view of the city including the Parliament building.


Perfect Christmas Present for a Music Lover

Time truly flies so fast. I just looked at the calendar and it seems that  the holiday season is fast approaching.  I was looking for dates to go on a trip again. Thanks goodness my vacation leave is finally approved. I got the confirmation last Friday. I was so happy after hearing from it. There are already targeted places for me to visit. I will decide on this before the week ends. (more…)


Visit to the Music Store in Salzburg

I am trying to remember how many times did I visited Salzburg already. My first visit was in summer 2007 and the the year after, I visited it again. When my friend’s mother-in-law from the United States visited Europe last 2011, I ended up visiting Salzburg again to act as their tour guide. Another visit to Mozart’s birthplace took place in 2012 when I was also touring some visitors from the US. Now, I am thinking if I quit my job and act as a tour guide here in Europe since I have been to most of the cities and countries here. lolz! Just kidding folks.

Guitars of all kinds  at the music store in Salzburg.



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