VIDEO: An Attempt in Making Ensaymada | glimpseofHerl

Hey guys! HAPPY NEW YEAR! It’s a little too late for that now, is it? Haha. It’s been a looooong time! The last time I “talked” to you guys was last year! On October! Sorry about being a really bad blogger lately but I was just really busy the last few months. Can I get a “welcome back” shout-out? Hahahaha.

Anyways, I’m back with another attempt video. I think I should make that a series or some sorts, huh. Here’s my attempt in making the famous Filipino bread, ensaymada. It actually came from our Spanish roots. There’s definitely a lot of flops on how I made this recipe, but that just means I have a lot to learn, right? So without any further ado, watch this video:

Hope you enjoyed this video as much as I did! See you on my next one!



It’s another month, which means another monthly update! I recently started this new hashtag #monthlyglimpse as my own version of saying, “this is what happened the past month”. To sum it off, nothing really exciting happened except that I started training in the hospital. My schedule has been (and will be) quite busy from now on so I thought #monthlyglimpse would be a great way for me to reflect on what happened in that particular month in my life. Anyhoo, here’s a quick recap video. Don’t forget to like, subscribe and share! ❤❤❤

Hope you enjoyed this video!



Making pesto is so easy when you have a food processor. Unfortunately for me, I don’t have one and I really, really want a pesto chicken pasta. Hence, I did it manually. This is just the basic of all pesto out there. I know you can add nuts or any more seasoning, but this will do for me. I used this when I marinated beef with soy sauce, vinegar, lemon sugar and salt, chicken thighs wrapped in bacon with pesto and cheese filling, and of course, my pasta. If you want to see that recipe, comment down below and I’ll try to whip it up.

In the meantime, enjoy this video: