Monthly Archives: March 2014

My Simple Misua Soup

If you are in a hurry to prepare lunch or dinner and you want to pair something soupy with your fried fish or chicken, you can try this recipe in 1, 2, 3. I have all three ingredients (misua, onion, egg, and chopped siomai) in the fridge. Just picked some malunggay leaves in the backyard….

Yummy Crunchy Shrimp Balls

Basic ingredients: Shrimp, flour, egg, kinchay (cilantro), chopped onion, salt and pepper to taste, oil for frying. You can add in veggies like carrots and malunggay. Procedure: Mixed all the ingredients in a bowl (except the oil), scoop a tablespoon and form the mixture into small balls (bite size) and deep fry. For sauce: mix…

Inexpensive Means to Treat a Child on Graduation Day

Graduation is always important to people. For kids, it may be their time to shine. Knowing how to reward them inexpensively for the accomplishment will help them realize the value of education without breaking your bank. One good way to treat the child is to go to his/her favorite restaurant that you only go to…

Simple Tips to Keep an Organized Pantry

Do you feel suffocated every time you enter your pantry because all the things are in disarray? What you should realize is that keeping your pantry organized is a breeze. All you have to do is make sure that you place all the same types of items in the same area. Other tips include the…