I love seafood since I was a kid. I don’t eat it every day but they are just so good. Most especially, Tilapia fish—I love it fried. I would season the fish with salt; garlic, onions and pepper, then fry it. And dip in sweet and sour sauce or soy sauce with vinegar and spices. Writing this post right now makes me hungry. I also love fish soup—flavored it with lemon grass, tomatoes, onions and napa cabbage. And of course, seasoned with salt and pepper. I just love cooking food. My husband tells me that I love discussing food and I am not even fat. Haha I thought it was funny how he said that. Talking about cooking, I found a site where all chefs compete each other in cooking seafood. It seems exciting to me. It will give us different ideas on how to cook fish in different ways. And whoever wins this contest will be crowned and honored the title of “King of American Seafood”. The site is called, greatamericanseafoodcookoff.com. They have been featuring Seafood Cook off since 5 years ago. Tickets price is $10 and available at the door. For more information, visit their site or you may click on the links.
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
There was an earthquake yesterday here in San Diego, Ca. I felt the jolt while I was cleaning my nails on the bed. I thought I got dizzy but then I saw our door moving. And I screamed, “Earthquake! Earthquake!” I did not panic at all. I was very calm. I felt the shake lasted for 20 seconds. But it seemed like forever. I checked out the news after the incident—it said that the magnitude was 5.4. It only happened in Southern California (from Los Angeles to San Diego) and Nevada. I was glad to know that there were no casualties.
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
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A Romanian immigrant in British Columbia has given birth to her 18th child and the province's most prolific mother in 20 years. The husband said Saturday that his 44-year-old wife gave birth to their daughter that weighed in at seven pounds, 12 ounces. He said that they never planned how many children to have and they let God guide their lives. They, however, powerfully believe life comes from God and thankful that all of them are healthy and happy. Their 17 other children range in age from 20 months to 23 years old (10 girls and eight boys). See photo on the right (a po
Sunday, July 27, 2008
Who is this person named Joseph Baniak? He is a retired Major and served for 14 years in United States Air Force.He actively tours in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Persian Gulf in which he serves project management, procurement, mission coordinate and small group leadership. He is a natural born leader, a holder of MBA and specializes in military hardware and engines. For more information, visit contingencies.wordpress.com.
Saturday, July 26, 2008
We watched the movie "Mama Mia" yesterday at AMC Theater. The movie was ok. But I liked the songs a lot. It is based on a musical show in Vegas. It is starred by Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan and some other stars. There was a lot of corny scenes in the movie which I thought-- was weird. It was all about "Abba" songs. Overall, the movie was OK and good for those audiences that like musical show.
Monday, July 21, 2008
Me and my husband watched "Batman, The Dark Knight" last Saturday. My husband was very excited to see this movie as he likes Batman a lot. He actually bought our tickets in advance on Thursday. We went to the theater early at around nine o'clock. We were surprised to see a lot of people in the theater. My husband liked it but he liked the first one better (just like me). The movie has a lot plots-- which you have to really pay attention. It involves drama and action, of course. The near end was kinda complicated. I wish they didn't make it that way. But anyway, I would give two thumbs up for this movie and to Heath Ledger, in which he did a very good job in this movie.
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Monday, July 14, 2008
Olive Riley, Australian woman was renowned as the world's oldest blogger, died at the age of 108, with her last posting talking about her ailing health but also how she still sings a happy song every day. She began blogging in February last year and sharing stories from her life during the two world wars, raising three children on her own, and working as a station cook. The mentally alert Riley won an international audience with her blog, The Life of Riley (www.allaboutolive.com.au) and videos posted on YouTube with her talking and singing. She was said to be the world's oldest blogger as she was 12 years older than the previous titleholder, Spain's Maria Amelia. She was born in 1899 and would have turned 109 in October. Riley had posted more than 70 entries on her blog since February last year. In her last and 74th post (http://worldsoldestblogger.blogspot.com) on June 26, she spoke of moving into a nursing home and of her ill health. Wow, she was really into blogging. I was amazed by this old woman.
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Are you planning on buying certain products on the net? You should check and find out the site that I found it helpful for us consumers when it comes to buying products on the net. At Shopwiki.com we can find a huge list of products online. This site is a great shopping search engine just like Google in searching products or stuff. This shopping search engine enthusiastically crawls many online stores to ensure that you will find the products and prices that you want and desire.
Moreover, it features search tools on the page results in which you can reduce your search results. You may browse by products by brands or manufacturers, colors, and stores.
I tried and I found good search results for home improvements. They have various selections of these products with corresponding prices and stores that carry it at reasonable prices. That's why; when it comes to purchasing certain stuffs, go for Shopwiki.com, the online shopping search engine. And don’t forget to read and watch some video reviews.
I really love Basia's songs. Since I was a kid like in my early teen years which was in late 80's and early 90's--- I've always been fascinated with the songs of Basia. The first song that caught my ears was "One Note Samba". Then followed by "Cruising for Bruising", "A new day for you", "Time and Tide", "Promises" and many others. I embedded a video from you tube here. Take a moment to listen and watch this video. Enjoy!
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
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