Three recipes & Super Bowl recommendations from Epicurious.

It’s a major bummer that I’m unable to share pictures of my latest (and my mom’s) concoctions in the kitchen, those being a three-cheese lasagna, a splendid pot of pork sinigang, and beef, squash and zucchini stew.

However, if you click on the links above, you can read the recipes on those pages and follow the similar steps and ingredients that my mom and I did for providing each meal. Enjoy!

Chefs' Super Bowl Recipes by Epicurious writer Lauren Salkeld.

P.S. For this upcoming Super Bowl, I’ve found some awesome tips and recipes on Epicurious that you may find quite interesting and tantalizing towards your taste buds. You don’t have to be a crazed fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Green Bay Packers to truly satisfy your hunger on Sunday, February 6th. So when the time comes and everybody’s watching that pigskin getting tossed around in Texas, eat up!

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Casey makes a Sunday Roast.

Casey: Chuck Roast or Sunday Roast.. using a dutch oven pan, put the meat in and smother it with garlic.  Add cut onions and baby carrots along with a couple of bay leaves on top.  Add water till it’s at the top of the roast then splash some worcestershire sauce on top.  Cover and bake at 350 for about 2 and a half hours..

Serve with mash potatoes and/or bread.

Anthony: I will post the final product after the roast is finished. 🙂

Roast!

Refresher.

While I’m stuck here in the great rainy state of Washington, I’ll send out a request for foodie photographs related to Caribbean and Filipino culture. Recipe favorites are welcome too.

There aren’t any stringent rules for submissions so fire away.

Email me at: vincentbakery@gmail.com. I’ll try to include everyone. 🙂