Here's another simple recipe that you can easily prepare. My husband loves this. And he can't wait for another serving of this meal. What I like about this is the blend of salty and sweetness, just perfectly right.
Ingredients: skinless salmon fillet pinch of salt sliced peaches (canned), including the syrup some chopped parsley some pepper melted butter Method: 1. Cut horizontal slits on the salmon fillet about an inch apart and about half an inch deep. 2. Salt the salmon and make sure that salt gets into those slits. 3. Take the peach slices and insert a piece into each slit. Sprinkle some chopped parsley and pepper. Pour peach syrup over the fish. 4. Bake in a 475F oven for 10 minutes then lower the heat to 425F and bake for another 10 minutes. 5. Pour the melted butter over the salmon and peaches.
You may want to serve this with steam rice and glass of juice to compliment.
The thought of going to museum excites me. For there are a lot of things you'll discover. A lot of things to learn. Last April 03, together with my son and cousin we went to Singapore National Museum. We used the free tickets given to us by hubby's company when we participated and won in the charity-auction bid.
It was a different kind of museum that I have experienced. Well organised and is interactive. In the area of Photography section they have television screen wherein you need to press the start button to play and will narrate what's in it. Some are touch screen. In the Film section they have a wide-screen projector that plays films from 60's. What fascinates me is the Singapore History area wherein you will be given a device that will help you to navigate in the place and explain what's in the specific place. It's sort of a personal tour-guide.
I personally recommend this place to visit if you happen to visit Singapore.
This past few weeks I've been ga-ga over this American TV sitcom, How I Met Your Mother. It was my hubby's fault. He introduced this series to me and now I am so into it. My day or week won't be complete without watching this. It was so funny and very entertaining that sometimes I forgot that it's already midnight and past my sleeping time.
The cast was so hilarious especially this Barney Stinson starred by Neil Patrick Harris, if you can remember he plays a prominent role in Doogie Howser, M.D. He is so uproarious. But my favorite role there is Ted Mosby starred by Josh Radnor. He plays a lead role on this sitcom. Narrating to his son & daughter how he met their mother and on the side discuss his friendship and those things he did before he meet the wife. He had played a lot of series like ER, Six Feet Under and Family Guy to name a few.
I am looking forward to see who is the mother and how he met the wife. This sitcom has been a part of me and my hubby's night over chips, juice, chocolates, beer and what-not.
I baked a French cuisine last week as my French colleague gave this recipe and taught me how to bake this. This is just simple and very easy to prepare. If you're planning for a dinner with your friends or love ones, you may want to consider this. You can served this with pasta and an orange juice.
Happy cooking or rather baking...well a combination of both! Chow!
Bacon and Cheese Quiche
Preparation Time : 5 minutes Baking Time : 30 minutes
Ingredients: 100ml cream 100ml milk 3pieces eggs 1 pack bacon cubes 1small white onion 1 whole puff pastry 1 pack grated cheese a bit of pepper
Method: 1. Chop white onion into small pieces 2. In a pan, cook bacon then mix the onion (don't put cooking oil since bacon will release oil) 3. Beat the eggs in a pan, mix cream and milk. Set aside. 4. Place the pastry puff in the pastry pan, put grated cheese, bacon & onion and the egg mixture then topped again grated cheese and sprinkle some pepper. 5. Bake at 200 degrees for 30minutes.
Twenty years back, my mother and I was walking around Araneta Center (it’s a place in Metro Manila), it was Christmas as I can vividly recall, I saw a big poster inviting little kids like me to watch this most celebrated cartoon characters. It was very attractive and eye-catching then abruptly I asked my mom if we can watch the show and she told me, “wala tayong pera para dyan” (we don’t have enough money for that). In which I whole-heartedly understand for she’s running the house all by herself. I didn’t insist nor beg. I just simply say, “okay, sa ibang pagkakataon na lang siguro”(okay, probably next time). But of course deep in my heart I wanted to watch that show as any other kids would want to.
And exactly twenty years back I was able to watched the show but it’s not with my mother but with my kids and husband. The show that I was talking about was the, “Disney-on-Ice”. I felt so good watching the show with my kids. I saw my son with all his focus and attention on the show. My daughter is not yet into it but at least she experienced the show. I was so delighted with it and felt sense of gratitude.
Looking back we weren’t able to afford to send myself with this kind of luxury but now I can managed to give it to my kids. And I think these are the things that most parents wants for their children. To give what they can afford to give and will do everything to make their children happy and happier.
Time is a companion that goes with us on a journey. It reminds us to cherish each moment, because it will never come again. What we leave behind is not as important as how we have lived.
~ Jean Luc Picard ~