Saturday, December 17, 2011

Sauted Mongo Bean Sprout with Tofu (Ginsisang Toge w/ Tokwa)

Good day peeps. Today I will share a healthy dish that I cooked. This recipe is so easy that you cannot go wrong when doing it, except for the recipe name. :D

Sauted Mongo Bean Sprout w/ Tofu


1/4kilo - Mongo Bean Sprout (Toge)
Minced Garlic
Onion Diced
Cooking Oil
Soya sauce (according to taste)
1/2 tsp. Oyster Sauce
Tofu, cut into cubes and fried


1. Saute garlic and the onion.
2. Add Mongo Bean Sprout. Saute for 3 minutes or until lightly cooked.
3. Add Soya sauce and Oyster sauce. Cooked for another 3 to 5 minutes.
4. Add fried tofu.
5. Remove from pan and serve hot.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Empty mind : Miss Hiking

I really miss hiking. My last climbed was last April at Mt. Pico de Loro, Ternate, Cavite with my “Finishers Team”. When I’m on the top of the mountain I feel free. No destruction. Don’t have to worry about work. :D No pollutions. I hope I can climb another mountain before this year ends. 

Let me share you some pictures of our climbs:

Mt. Pico de Loro

Mt. Pico de Loro

Mt. Pico de Loro

Mt. Pico de Loro
Mt. Pico de Loro w/ Finishers Team

Mt. Maculot
Mt. Maculot

Mt. Maculot

Mt. Maculot

Mt. Maculot
Mt. Maculot w/ my high school friends

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Choosing for best Wi-Fi modem/router?

My wife and I are planning to avail a broadband connection in our house in Laguna so that we can enjoy surfing net without worrying to paid big amount of money by loading our prepaid USB stick broadband. I personally want a wired internet because the signal of our network provider is very weak inside our house and also wired internet are much reliable than wireless.

Luckily our cable provider has a promo for broadband internet. We just need to upgrade our plan so that we can enjoy Cable + 1.5Mbps Broadband internet (unlimited). They will not provide us wireless modem/router so I need to know what to buy.

I know many wireless Internet routers appear very much alike. But for me I am considering Speed Ratings, Latest Models, Warranties, Size and Style, Compatibility, and of course the budget.

Do you have any idea what is the best for me to buy? Let me know okay. It will help me a lot. Thanks.

note: credit picture to the original uploader

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Chicken Vegetabke Stir-Fry

 If your a person always on the go and looking for a food that so easy to cook and can be done in just 10 minutes here is a dish for you, Chicken Vegetables Stir-Fry. I personally love this dish because I can cooked this without hassle.

1 tbsp. Vegetable Oil
1/2 kilo Skinless Chicken Breast Fillet, cut into strips
1/2 kilo Frozen Mix Vegetables
1 can Campbell's  Condensed Regular Cream of Chicken Soup
1/3 cup Water
1 tbsp. Soya Sauce
Green Onion, Sliced
Salt and Pepper to taste

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Chicken Ginger Stew (Tinolang Manok)

Here's another dish for all of you. Very easy to prepare and so easy to cook, Tinolang Manok. I remember when I was still a kid my grandmother used to cook us this dish using chicken tagalog or native chicken. I am so loving this food specially when rainy season. Enjoy!

Ingredients :

1 lb. chicken, cut into serving pieces (or any part you like)
1 cup chicken liver or chicken gizzard (optional)
1 small size ginger, cut into strips
2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 onion, chopped
2 tbsp. fish sauce (patis)
salt and pepper to taste
4 to 5 cups water
2 to 3 cups sayote (you can also use unripe papaya)
1 cup chili leaves (dahong sili)
2 finger chili a.k.a. siling haba (optional)

Procedure :

1. Heat oil in a sauce pan and saute garlic, ginger and onions.
2. Add your chicken and cook for 3 to 5 minutes. Season it with fish sauce then put salt and pepper to taste (depends on your taste).
3. Add water and wait to boil. If the chicken is half done put your sayote (or unripe papaya) and let it simmer until chicken and sayote are tender. Then add finger chili and chili leaves on top of your dish. Cover your pan.
4. Remove heat and stir to combine until well blended. Wait for the green vegetables to cook and transfer to a serving dish and serve while it is hot hot hot. :D


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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Chicken Mechado

Back from a very long weekend. Back to reality and back to WORK. Done uploading picture for my chicken fritters that I cooked last weekend. I will share another dish that I also cooked last weekend, Chicken Mechado.


1 kilo Chicken (Adobo cut)
1/4 kilo Gizzard / Balun balunan (optional)
4 pcs. Minced Red Onions (Depends on your taste, you can add more if you like)
1 tbsp. Minced Garlic
4 pcs. Small size Potatoes cut into chunks
1 pc. Carrot, sliced
1 pc. Meduim size Bell Pepper cut into strips
Tomato Sauce
Salt and Pepper
Cooking oil

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Chicken Fritters in Barbecue Sauce

 Good day everyone. I don't have work today because I attend an activity last night. So I do have a very long weekend ahead thanks to one offset duty and two days holiday here in Philippines (August 29 National Heroes Day and August 30 End of the Feast of Ramadan a.k.a. EID'L FITR). So I am so excited to go home and relax and enjoy may weekends with my family. 

I'm planning to cook another simple and easy to cook food "Chicken Fritters in Barbecue Sauce". We already try this one and it taste good so i will try this again by myself. 


For the chicken fritters:
500 grams ground chicken
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1 egg, beaten
1/2 cup minced onion
1 tbsp. minced garlic
1 tbsp. liquid seasoning
1/2 tbsp. lemon juice or calamansi juice
1 cup frozen mixed vegetables
oil for frying

For the barbecue sauce:
1 tbsp. butter
1/2 tsp. minced garlic
1 cup bottled barbecue sauce

1. In a bowl, combine the ingredients for the chicken fritters. Mix well. Season with some salt and pepper. Chill for about 15 to 20 minutes for easier handling.
2. Scoop about 3 tbsp. of the mixture and form in a patty. Put on a floured tray and do the same for the rest of the mixture.
3. Heat oil in a pan and fry the fritters until golden brown. Drain on paper towels.
4. For the sauce, heat butter in a pan the saute garlic. Add barbecue sauce and simmer for 5 minutes. Season with salt and pepper, as needed. Serve with chicken fritters.

NOTE: To make crispy fritters, roll the patties in breadcrumbs before frying. The fritters can also used as sandwich filling or made into mini patties and served as appetizer.

I will post pictures later. I hope I can to it right.

sorry for bad picture quality

with rice :D

Monday, August 22, 2011

Data Recovery

Worried about accidentally deleted you important files? You should know this.

Data recovery from the hard disk is the process of restoring the files from the hard disk such as pen drive, flash drives or the USB Drives. There are common cases of the data loss, such as human error, technical failure or failure of a hard disk itself. You, as a computer user must be aware of the fact that the data do not get lost completely immediately after you click the deletion option. It either goes to the recycle bin in Windows, in Trash if you have installed the MAC operating system in your PC or it remain in the hard disk. The necessary condition for the successful accomplishment of the lost or deleted files is that the deleted files must not be overwritten. If the file gets overwritten, then there is no software which can assist you to restore the lost files.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

No work today

Today is Quezon City day. So I don't have work today. Although I am assigned in Manila I don't have to go to office because our main office is located in Quezon City.

Republic Act No. 6741 declares August 19 as a special working holiday for the entire Philippines and a special non-working holiday in the provinces of Quezon and Aurora and in Quezon City to commemorate the birth anniversary of the former Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon.

Today is the start of a long weekend ahead. Meaning, I could spend more time with my family that is why I am very happy today.  :D

Happy Weekend Guys... :D

Sunday, August 14, 2011

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Touch Screen - Its History and How It Works by Matthew McClifford

Touchscreen technology is one of the most heavily used technologies in todays modern setting. The advent and introduction of android phones and touchpad versions of Apples iPad and iPhone has developed a certain fondness of using modern touchscreen technology.
And while the people already know how touchscreens work there are only a few who actually know all the details about it and how it is actually created. To better utilize the power of touchscreen phones and media devices a short study on what the technology is would be a good idea. This will help you understand and utilize some simple troubleshooting methods as a band-aid treatment.

Monday, August 8, 2011

Tips For Amateur Drumming Tutorials by JENELL ORTIZ

Beginner drummer lessons will definitely be a necessary component of mastering the fundamentals of trying to play this particular percussive instrument. As part of your instructions, you'll learn critical components such as the multiple lingo found in relation to the instrument, the best way to position the drum sticks, appropriate position, strategies with respect to the bass drum, as well as the most beneficial warm up motions you need to use inside your practice.

As it pertains to drumming coaching, there are numerous of solutions accessible to you personally. The 1st could well be to engage a drumming tutor to provide you with beginner drums coaching. This option enables you to practice with the ease and comfort within your own property and within your lifestyle. You will also possess direct conversation with your music teacher, that will give individual hands-on instruction to guide you learn the drums alot more rapidly as opposed to what you would inside a class room setting. The one disadvantage to working with a trainer with regards to your classes is going to be expenses, which can be in excess of 1000 dollars a full year. If you can possibly manage to pay for them, these kinds of rookie drum training tend to be the best.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Sweet and Spicy Chicken with steamed Asian Greens and fried Eggplants

My wife is hoping to buy oven someday. Unfortunately, that someday will take so long. One day, we both try to cook this bake dish featured in Yummy Magazine (August 2010 edition) using oven toaster.

Today I will share to you one simple but classy, taste good and healthy dish. For those who are health conscious, this dish is for you. 


400 grams Breast Chicken Fillet
¼ cup Honey (we don’t have honey so we use ½ cup of sugar)
2 tbsp. Teriyaki Sauce
1 tbsp. Mustard
2 cloves Garlic, Crushed
1 small Chili, Chopped
Steamed Rice, Steam Asian Greens and Fried Eggplants


Arrange chicken on prepared tray. Combine honey, teriyaki sauce, mustard, garlic and chili in a bowl. Brush half over chicken.
Put chicken on oven toaster and heat for 10 minutes. Turn chicken and brush with the remaining teriyaki mixture and heat for 10 to 15 minutes, until cooked through.
Serve on top with rice and steamed Asian greens and fried eggplants.


To prepare the sauce use 2 tbsp. of the marinade and 1 tbsp. teriyaki sauce.


Friday, August 5, 2011

How to cook carbonara

One of my favorite things to do to kill time is by cooking. I am a good cook. It is true, you can ask my wife. She loves to eat anything I cooked. I hope she won't read this. :D

Today I will share to you how to cook Carbonara. There are a lot of ways to cook carbonara. This one I am making is a simple and easy way to cook a carbona spaghetti. Here it is:

Game of the Week (Plants Vs. Zombies)

One of my favorite PC game is Plant Vs. Zombies. A mob of zombies are trying to invade your home, and your only defense is an arsenal of zombie-zapping plants. The only way to defend your lawn is to think fast and plant faster to stop the zombies dead in their tracks.I highly recommend this game because it is a non stop fun. As the game reach high level gives me thrill and excitement.So you better check this out and don't miss to play this one.

If you grown your tree and give 100 fertilizer it will look like this one. This trees gives you some hints and tricks. Here are some of it:

trickedout: Alternate Lawn Mower appearance
future: Gives zombies futuristic shades
daisies: Zombies leave small daisies behind when killed
mustache: Zombies Now Have Mustaches

To defend from zombies to eat your brain you have to bring your A-game and do your best strategy. I post before my favorite strategy kindly check this out.It can withstand survival endless mode. My longest streak are 97 flags. And I haven't broken it for a long time. Hope that someday i could break my own record. :) 

The Climb

It’s been a year ago when I first got into hiking. I joined the group known as “The Finisher”. Our team loves to hike, run and to have fun in many different ways. My first climb was in Mt. Natib, Orani, Bataan. Mt. Natib is one of three major mountains in Bataan (the other two are Mt. Mariveles and Mt. Samat). Natib is classified as a major climb and 5/9 in difficulty rate. As a newbie in hiking, I expected that it will be not easy for me to climb a mountain as difficult as Mt. Natib. I also heard that that place are full of Limatiks (Blood Suckers/Leeches) so I am having second thought before the climb. But the eagerness to climb a mountain and to join the team pushed me on my limit.

On the day of our hike, it is like that I’m in a middle of a horror/suspense/gruesome movie. Our hike went not that well due to bad weather condition. I wish we could find a lodge to stay until the weather become much better. And because it is raining hard, billions (I’m 99% sure of that estimation) of Limatiks are all over the trail from foot to summit of Mt. Natib making a grin to us and ready to attack. If I where in a movie I would be saying this line, “We can’t escape this. Somebody had to die. Somebody must sacrifice. Let it be me. Let it be me.”  But wait… I don’t want to die. Not just like that. Not without a fight. I want my movie to be happy ending. LOL… :D

To end up my story it is a relief that we did survive beyond all the challenge and difficulties we encountered on that hike. I can’t imagine myself hiking again on Mt. Natib. But I am happy that I experience all of that. (Luckily I can say that because I’m still alive.