She has this passion for food experimenting. She coins her own terms and assigns unique names to her recipes that are grouped into four categories, namely: No-bake Cakes, Best for Merienda, Main Dish or Side Dish, and Beverages.
No-bake Cake FOR ALL Occasions
No-bake Cookies and Cream Cake
Banana Cream Pie
Buko Pandan Pie
BEST FOR MERIENDA
French Fries with White Chocolate and Raisins Dip
Almond Fruity Jelly
No-cook Pastillas-de-leche in Coffee Flavor
Kaong and Nata-de-Coffee (Photo by Mtrguanlao)
Grilled Eggplant Salad
Shrimps and Broccoli with Oyster Sauce
Broccoli-con-carne with Oyster Sauce
Iced Mangolon Balls
Kaong and Nata-de-Coffee
Strawberry Lychee Shake
Orange Mango Delight
Mango Coconut Shake
Mtrguanlao claims that she originally had no plans of becoming an online writer or blogger and that she only wanted to share her own recipes to a much larger audience - the online community. Her articles evolved from the recipes to more complicated topics after she was encouraged by some Triond friends to write for the other sites hosted by Triond. She will be launching her own niche blog on recipes very soon.
Online writing need not be complicated. You may start your writing or blogging career by asking yourself the following questions: What can I offer to my readers? In what aspect/area do I work best? I hope that just like Mtrguanlao you will find your own niche. Remember, ideas can be found anywhere - even in the kitchen.
Update: Mtrguanlao also writes in her blog called My Food, Your Food, Our Food.