LP12 - Pink Tinola

Posted by JMom | Monday, July 24, 2006 | , , , | 14 comments »

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  1. Tin // 7/24/2006 5:12 PM  

    Hi JMom,

    I love the color - PINK is actually my favorite color but for me I am not sure if i can eat it since the pink color of the soups reminds me some of my favorite stuff which mean only if I can preserve the soup and look at it all the time -LOL!

    I'm very impress JMom since you have all the means "at the backyard" to prepare such delicious and healthy meal for your family-sigh! If were neighbors, I'm wondering if you can share that with me as well-LOL! I'm glad you made your entry on time but to apologize to Ces that I can't make it - we're leaving this weekend again! Take care...

    Hugs,
    Tin

  2. OldOldLady Of The Hills // 7/24/2006 5:42 PM  

    Fascinating Fusion Food! And Filipino influences, too! FABULOUS!

    Here from the Beautiful Queer Chef today!

  3. RennyBA // 7/24/2006 6:18 PM  

    Came from Charles and add hello from Norway:-)
    Thanks for the recipe which really looks like a perfect marriage!
    You have a great kitchen - I'll be back for sure!

  4. ces // 7/24/2006 6:32 PM  

    hi j!
    wowowee! that looks interesting! frankly, i didn't like my very first taste of beets but with my fave tinola...i might just have to give those beets a second chance! thanks for this wonderful entry!

  5. JMom // 7/25/2006 12:28 PM  

    Hi Tin! puro yata pasarap ka lately, ha? :) The pink color is really pretty, that's why my daughter like only the soup, so she can look at the color by itself.

  6. JMom // 7/25/2006 3:30 PM  

    Hi Old Lady and Renny! Glad you found your way to our kitchen :)

  7. JMom // 7/25/2006 3:31 PM  

    Hi Ces, you really have to try beets, they are not just pretty to look at, they're delicious too :)

  8. Mae // 7/25/2006 3:47 PM  

    JMom, you really are very creative in the kitchen! Fusion or not, your food always looks tasty and healthy.

    Your fusion[ed] tinola sure looks great pink! You might just change the course of history for tinola [hala!]. :-) Everyone will be cooking tinola this way and everyone will remember you as the 'Pink Tinola' pioneer. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    By the way, did you grow any peppers? I have some growing in the garden and i've been using the leaves for tinola and it's great! I remembered my grandma always used to put pepper/chilli leaves on hers and sayote or papaya. It's delicious. I haven't seen the beets here yet but i will get some when i do find them. I'd like to try some of your beets recipes :)

  9. JMom // 7/25/2006 4:23 PM  

    Thanks, Mae, you make me turn beet red with your compliment :D hehe!

    Yes, we planted some peppers, but for some reason they are growing really slow this year, and I didn't want to jeopardize them by picking at their leaves. I love tinola with pepper leaves too.

  10. iska // 7/27/2006 10:30 PM  

    pink tinola!
    i see beets here but i don't know any beet recipe. i should start w/ this one :)

  11. JMom // 7/29/2006 7:10 PM  

    Hi Iska, they're also good just plain boiled, or dressed like the fresh pickled beets previously posted here. Let me know if you get to try them :)

  12. Connie // 8/08/2006 10:53 PM  

    Ah sugarbeets... LOL I was so intrigued at what the "pinking" agent was. :)

  13. JMom // 8/10/2006 11:19 AM  

    lol! Connie, made you look! :D

  14. Lani // 8/12/2006 1:35 AM  

    Like Iska I see beets here in Pinas, but don't know the taste of it. Thanks for sharing us this recipe.

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