Sunday, June 26, 2011

Surgical Scrubs Hats for Me

I am extremely ecstatic after I found out that my mother’s younger brother is enrolling back to college. I was really surprised because he already earned a degree in Business Management and has a great career of his choice. Well, all I know is that he wanted to better the future of his family and of course achieve his goal of helping plenty of people by becoming a nurse. But before my Uncle can embark with this new degree he will need to get all the medical related paraphernalia such as surgical scrubs, medical uniforms, lab coats, medical jackets and more. Thankfully, one of my friends from church told me to check this website which offers various selection of items which are intended for anyone out there who are working in the medical field or for people who are about to start their journey of becoming an expert in any of the medical related degree. Check this out today for more info's!


My honey purchases some Krispy Kreme Donuts last night and I had a blast this morning because I paired it with hot milk. I was really surprised that he brought some donuts since I know that it is not his favorite. Anyways, here is a picture of what I had this morning!

California Sushi Rolls

Good news folks! I finally made my first California Rolls for the first time and we had a blast. It turns out really good plus I made some for my bosses at my place of work. Though I didn't follow everything that was written on the procedures but it still turned out great. Below are the lists of ingredients.


4 pieces of Sushi Nori sheets (cut in halves, optional)
1 large piece of cucumber, slice in 1/8 inch thick pieces
2 pieces of medium avocado, slice in 1/4 thick pieces
1/4 cup of sesame seeds
5-6 pieces of crab sticks/ crab meats
2 tablespoon of white sugar
3 cups of rice (sushi rice), cooked
1 teaspoon of salt
2 tablespoon of rice vinegar


1. Combine sugar, rice vinegar and salt in a small bowl.
2. Mix them well or you can put them for 10 seconds in the microwave to make sure that the sugar and salt are fully dissolved.
3. Pour the mixture of rice vinegar, sugar and salt into the sushi rice. Set aside.
4. Cut the sushi nori in halves (optional), Lay the shiny part of the sushi nori in a flat surface.
5. Scoop some sushi nori and spread it all over the nori (make sure to distribute them evenly).
6. Sprinkle some sesame seeds all over the top of the sushi nori.
7. Cover the mat with clingy wrapper.
8. Place the mat on a flat surface then put the sushi nori with rice over the mat. 9. Arrange the crab stick, cucumber and avocado in the center of the sushi sheet.
10. Grab the edge of the mat, keeping the fillings in place with your fingers, and roll it into a tight cylinder, using the mat to shape the cylinder. Set aside.
11. Continue doing the whole process until all mixtures are used.
12. Cut into equal sizes. Place the sushi rolls in a serving plate and eat them with soy sauce or wasabi. Enjoy!

Steaks and Gravy

Hubby decided to cook some steak last night after getting out from his place work. For our side dish, I decided to prepare some sweet corn and macaroni and cheese. My husband made some gravy because I love gravy a lot. Well, our weekend went well with a few dramas with my husband's sisters. I just hope everyone will have a wonderful week ahead.

Awesome Cleaning Services in Texas

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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Baking a Pie

I am thinking of making some pies for the first time tomorrow. My husband had been asking me to bake some pies because he missed his mother's cooking. It's been almost six years that my mother-in-law passed away and it's been hard on my man. I wanted to make my man happy so I will be making it with so much love. I hope I will make the pie as good as what his mother used to make for him; crossing my fingers guys!

In need of inspiration, sometimes I think about looking into some online cooking course, like, and make some incredible pies worthy of my mother-in-law's recipes.

Pusit Adobo

Well, I finally had a little bit of time today to write the recipe on how to cook a perfect adobong pusit. Check this out folks.


2 pounds of squid, clean thoroughly
2 pieces of medium tomato, diced
1 large onion, chopped
1/2 cup vinegar
1/2 cup soy sauce
6 cloves garlic, mince
1 cup water
Salt and pepper to taste
cooking oil
1 tsp sugar (optional)

1. Pour soy sauce, vinegar and water. Bring them to a boil.
2. Put the squid into the pan and let it simmer for 5 minutes or so.
3. Separate the squid from the liquid and set aside.
4. Saute onions, garlic and tomatoes for a minute.
5. Place the squid back to the pan and add the mixture of vinegar, soy sauce and water into the pan.
6. Add ground black pepper, salt and sugar (optional).
7. Transfer in a bowl and serve it hot with white rice.
8. Enjoy and relax!

Monday, June 20, 2011

Bam-I Dish

Since I was not able to purchase the shrimp for my Bam-I, I decided to make it without the shrimp and honestly it still taste delicious. Here are the following lists of ingredients and the procedure on how to make your own Bam-i dish. Enjoy!

You will need:
1/2 pound of chicken (shredded, boiled)
1/2 pound pork
Chinese sausage (optional)
8 ounce of the flour stick noodles (Pancit Canton)
6 ounces of the vermicelli noodles (Sotanghon Noodles), soak in water
2 cups of chicken stock or broth
2 or 3 cups of cabbage
1/4 cup of carrots, slice thinly
1 small onion, dice
1 piece chicken cube
1 tbsp garlic, mince
chop scallions
salt/ground black pepper to taste

1. Heat cooking pan or pot and saute garlic, onions and add the slice pork. Pan fry them for 3 minutes or until brown.
2. Place the Chinese sausage and shredded chicken. Cook for 5 minutes.
3. Add soy sauce, salt, black pepper, chicken cube and chicken stock or broth. Let it boil for about 8 minutes.
4. Put the carrots and cabbage. Cook for 2 minutes.
5. Place the vermicelli noodles (sotanghon) in the pan and stir it.
6. Also put in the flour stick noodles. Mix it well and cook until the liquid is gone.
7. Put scallions for toppings and slice lemon.
8. Serve hot and paired it with ice cold soda.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Are You On a Diet?

I want to look beautiful inside and out for myself and for my beloved dear hubby. I have so much imperfections and that includes gaining a lot of weight lately. I blame myself for not committing to control my appetite and so forth but if you are like me who usually prepare the food for my family then it will be a different story. I am confused on what to do because I want to live a healthy and happy life without starving myself. Since I am not working at my place of work today, I have so much time visiting as many websites as I want and guess what I found? I found this website that discuss about diet pills that work fast. I was really blown away with this new information and would like to try this for myself who knows it might work for me as well.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Top Ten Entrecard Droppers for May 2011

This is another month to thank my EC droppers for keep coming back on my food link and dropping their love. Thank you guys for all your support and I will surely do the same favor as what you have done to me. Wishing everyone a wonderful week ahead. Here's the list of my top ten Entrecard droppers for the month of May 2011.

  1. Cafe Japan
  2. JoeTaxpayer
  3. Embracing My Past, Present and Future Life
  4.  Daily Green Ideas
  5. Chic and Sassy Homemaker
  6. Breweriana links
  7. Another Fine Meal
  8. recipebuzz!
  9. Nesting Buddy
  10. Dashing Smiles

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

England Trip

Just recently my friends took a vacation to England and they said that it was fantastic. What made My friends Vacation in England   so great was that they were able to visit England and see many historic places, such as the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, as well as taste much of the great food that can be found in England. I can’t wait to save up so that I and my husband can visit England in the near future.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Favorite Show on a Premium Channel

 Thanks for the article from Adrian Waller

While there are plenty of excellent television shows on normal cable television stations, some of the best shows can only be seen on the premium channels.  My favorite television show, which can only be seen on a premium channel, is Dexter, which is on Showtime.

Dexter, which is in its fifth season and debuted in October 2006, stars Michael C Hall who portrays the shows main character, Dexter.  In the show, Dexter leads two different lives which have extremely different paths.  In one life he is a detective working for the Miami police as he tries to solve murders using forensic evidence.  In his other life, Dexter is a psychopathic serial killer who does his best to evade police and keep the secret from his family members, friends, and co-workers.

My favorite aspect of the show is the amount of dramatic events that take place.  Dexter is constantly searching for other serial killers and looking for his next victim.  He is also constantly under the scrutiny of his own co-workers who do not realize that he is the reason for so many missing people.  I always make it a point to tune into Dexter at least once per week.  When I do watch the show, I always watch it on my


Escabeche is one of my favorite dishes from the Philippines. The preparation can vary into many different variations it depends on how you want to taste or prepare it. I am really amazed and at the same time happy because my husband likes it.


1 whole piece of Tilapia fish (fried and set aside)
1 small bell pepper (green/red)
1/2 cup vinegar
2 cups water
1/2 tablespoon of garlic
1 small piece of ginger (cut into thin strips)
1 small size onion, (finely chopped)
1/2 cup brown sugar
cooking oil
1 small size carrots (cut into strips)
1 tablespoon corn starch
3 tablespoon of tomato paste (optional)

1. Fry the fish until cook. Then set aside.
2. In another pan, saute the garlic, ginger, onion, garlic, bell pepper.
3. Add 2 cups of water and then simmer for 5 to 7 minutes.
4. Put sugar, tomato paste and vinegar, Mix it thoroughly.
5. Make sure that before you add the corn starch that it is already diluted with 1/2 cup of water.
6. You can either pour the sauce over the fried Tilapia or place the Tilapia together with the fish.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Women's Lifestyle

While growing up I don’t really have any problem maintaining my healthy weight and so forth. But something changes when I reach my early twenties. First, I have a hard time deciding whether to pick healthy food to consume everyday or not. There were just too many temptations around me plus I just started to overeat even when I am not hungry. Well, my husband and I have been thinking of changing our lifestyle and our goal before the end of this year is to shed a few pounds.  But before I can start losing some weight I have to look for the best diet pills for women out there because it will help me get through my plan of shedding some weight. How about you ladies? Have you found that perfect diet pills for you?

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Benefits of Charter Schools

Are you one of the many people who want the best education possible for your child? Well you are not alone, every parent wants the best for their child, and when it comes to education, charter schools are a great alternative to public schools. Charter schools are basically schools that are non-profit schools and take a different approach from traditional public schools in order to provide the best education for your children. So why not check out what Charter schools can offer your child, you will be glad you did.