Thursday, February 10, 2005

Schatzli and Grace

A Pinay from Greece...I've read a lot of Pinay blogs from the Philippines, the States, Asia but not from Greece. Here's her Food and Travel Blog and her Diary...very interesting...and very intriguing..

How about another one married to a Frenchman but is currently living in Angola? Visit Grace' site and find out how inviting her main courses, appetizers and desserts are.

9 comments:

grace said...

Thanks for posting :-) It's really nice to share some thoughts and so interesting how Foods evolve with variety of ways of preparing with the same ingredients, great ideas from each other's blogs. I really do appreciate the effort.

Honestly, I really I find it cooking a challenge coz when I got married, I didn't know a lot of ways in cooking.. I mean I know Filipino Cooking-the basics. I am so intimidated with my husband's cooking and everytime I have to prepare lunch, I have to plan,check on the net what I could do for the day,and the right way of doing it.. Your's and Sassy's blogs are no exemption. So... I came up with keeping a journal of my own to occupy my time, as am not working for the time being.

Thanks again Ting-aling :-)

schatzli said...

Ting Aling thank you, Greece is the last place you would find a filipina writing a blog ;-) Dont worry I have met Filipina as far as Seychelles too, they work for the Heinz Tuna factory there. yours and sassy' food blog is my referral. Have a nice day!

schatzli said...

My cooking is what I call fusion. Growing up in Cebu I was just exposed to our local cuisine, this was cebu before the malls.When we first arrived in Greece asian ingredients was hard to find so I learned to eat cook greek food at the same time I have discovered Ilocano food and some great Pinoy dishes thru parties.Lo behold I married a swiss. so our cooking is a mix of everything. Ihave lived in UK too and travelled extensively...btw in switzerland they eat horsemeat!

ting-aling said...

Grace, you're welcome..Oh I love your pictures..you must be putting a lot of time into it huh?

ting-aling said...

Sha, oh didn't know you're married to a Swiss? I had an officemate from Switzerland. Very nice but more often very opinionated..She left me lots of Lindt Chocs just before she went back to Switzerland.

She introduced us to "Rouklette". I don't know if that is how it is spelled but it was so good.

And you're right, Greece would be the last place you'd find a Filipina..I could be wrong and that's why I found your blog very interesting.

drstel said...

hi ting, yes i tagged you. i just couldn't go hopping yesterday--something wrong with the modem/connection.
hope you find it fun...

ting-aling said...

Thanks Drstel..'will work on it..my choice of music is geeky!

schatzli said...

RACLETTE thats how it spelt, yummy!

ting-aling said...

Tama, Raclette nga..pero pronounced as Rowklet?