MILKFISH or Bangus (the Philippine National Fish) can be cooked in so many ways. You can fry it or cook it in different soup base like tamarind, guava, and green mangoes. My personal favorite is Daing — milkfish marinated in garlic and vinegar. Another Bangus recipe that make my mouth water is Sinigang sa Bayabas (Guava soup base).
I usually paired fried fish with sauteed vegetable, but this time I tried my version of sauteed Pansit Miki.
Pansit Miki with tofu, cabbage, carrots and seasoning.
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I think its but normal for some young children who no longer wear bibs while eating to wipe off the mess on their mouth and chin with their shirt like in the case of Khalil (not this photo). Look at the dripping ‘taho’ on his chin.
Naomi and Khalil share taho for snack.
Khalil munching a flower candy from her Ate’s birthday cake. Beside them is cousin Mariel
He was more than two in this photo. He drools every time he eats candy or lollipop. It makes his cheeks and hands really sticky. The fun part of it was I would urge him to kiss his Ate with all his messy pouting lips sending the big girl to run shrieking.
Visit other mommies here and be amazed at how they deal with their kids’ mess.
Hindi ako kadalasang nagtatabi ng surgical mask sa bahay. Para saan nga ba ang surgical mask na ito? Hindi po ito proteksyon para sa kumakalat na AH1N1 virus dahil hindi naman kinakampanya ng Department of Health ang paggamit nito bilang mabisang pangontra sa virus bagkus ang tamang kalinisan lamang at pagpapanatiling malusog ng katawan. Binili ko ang mask na ito noong April 10, 2003 (base sa nakatabi pang resibo) sa isang malaking hospital sa Quezon City na nadaanan ko galing sa opisina. Ginamit ko ito sa isang coverage noon sa Research Institute for Tropical Medicine sa Alabang, Muntinlupa City.
Naalala ko meron pala akong isa pang post tungkol sa proteksyon dito.
Punta lang kayo dito para sa ibang lahok ngayon Linggo.