Thursday, January 31, 2008

Online Casio Games Reviews

Playing online games can be more fun and exciting when you play for money. There’s a lot of online casino website that caters to people whose form of entertainment is playing casino games online. Though luck is always needed when you play a game of chance, it also helps if you have previous experiences and known tricks how to have a better chance of winning. You can get help from several online casino website resources, but one of the most popular is had researched and already written numerous detailed casino reviews. You can play the best casinos by simply selecting any of the top reviewed game categories, or select an online casino directly from the list. Included is a list of casinos accepting US players and write detailed reviews about them such as game experience, trust score and bonuses offered by each casino. The ease of choosing the top rated casinos is the reason enough to try these exciting casino games online.

Monday, January 28, 2008

Weekend Snapshot - "Happy Cream Puff"

Happy Cream Puff's different flavors and packages.

My Kulit with Tita Tin-tin.

Last Saturday, My son and I, we were at the ice rink with Tin. It's a whole day skate practice for my kiddo, from 11 in the morning until 6.30 in the evening. Then, he had his gymnastics work-out after that. We left SM-Southmall at around 8.30 pm. Indeed a very tiring day!

We had our late lunch at SM Foodcourt, consists of garlic fried rice, salted egg, binagoongan and chicharon. By the way, I forgot to take pictures of, we were so hungry by the time I realized it the food was gone already so I didn't bother anymore.

While walking back to the rink, my friend Tin spotted a new stall... they sell cream puffs. We tried it and it's good. They have so many flavors just look at the first picture. We'll be coming back to try them.

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Cheap Prescription Eyeglasses Online

I had trouble with my eyesight nowadays, especially from sitting several hours in front of a PC monitor. Lately, I had to squint my eyes to read the fine print from newspapers and books. In my PC monitor, I always adjust the font size of some websites I visited. I guess it's time for me to have an eye checkup and a prescription eyeglass.

I searched for prescription eyeglasses on the internet and found The website sells stylish prescription glasses online. They have a huge list of reading glasses and its accessories and sell it cheaply. Zenni Optical: Sell Rx Glasses $8 with case!. The secret for such a low price is that the items were directly sold to customers with no middlemen and advertising budget.

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Photo Hunters - Theme: "Old-fashioned"

My mom calls it "platera". She inherited it from my grandmother. Now, she gave it to me. It's like a China cabinet you see most of the time in dining area of a house, but this kind is an old-fashioned one and I think it's only in the Philippines I see this kind of thing. Its usage is to put dining wares or silverwares in it but I prefer it to be my pantry for my kitchen and food supplies.

Friday, January 25, 2008

Villa Apolinario Private Resort in Tagaytay

Update: April 17,2009

This property is already sold and no longer open to public.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

The Easier Way for Cash Advance Loan

One of the reasons why people often experience shortness of cash, one, a limited source of income from a single job. Two, the inability to manage finances carefully, or three, a sudden and unexpected expenses come along in the most untimely way. Solving a financial problem like this is not really that hard because we have several options available to consider. We can always apply for a cash advance loan or payday loan from several financial centers, but we must always check the offered payment terms and flexibility to be reasonable or not. Checking each of them for the best offer can be quite tedious and requires a lot of time. There is, however, one notable option you may want to consider. is an online Cash Advance and Payday Loans Site that offer an easy, fast, secure and flexible online loan application for people with no credit or poor credit history. The will, however, require you to provide personal information, employment information, current banking and financial information, and references for a faster chance of loan approval. But once approved, it will be transferred to your bank account immediately.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

"Chorizo Yang Chow"

  • 1/4 cup cooking oil
  • 3 pcs eggs, beaten
  • 2 cloves garlic, finely pounded
  • 1/3 pc of Chinese Chorizo, finely minced
  • 3 cups cooked rice, mashed to separate grains
  • salt and pepper
  • chopped spring onions


In a wok, over medium fire, put 1/3 of cooking oil. Heat moderately. Pour 1/2 of beaten egg. Cook both sides. Remove from pan. Slice into strips. Set aside.

Back to the wok, pour the remaining oil. Add garlic. Saute gently until rich golden brown. Follow the chorizo. Saute for 15 seconds or until aromatic. Put the rice, salt and pepper. Mix thoroughly until well-blended. Pour the remaining egg. Mix again. Lid on. Cook for several minutes until rice is fluffy, stirring often.

Serve hot. Top with chopped spring onion and strips of scrambled eggs.

Wordless Wednesday #3

We visit the ice rink at SM-Southmall five times a week to have my kid's skating lesson and practice after he attends school in the morning. Honestly, it's very tiring but that wouldn't stop me to support my child's passion, that is figure skating.

That's my kid doing his sit spin. It needs more polishing and practice in doing that maneuver but I know soon he'll be able to perfect it. When my Little One sets his mind and focus in doing a thing, for sure, he will never stop until he gets it or does it properly (",)

Monday, January 21, 2008

Weekend Snapshots - Homebound

These photos were taken last Saturday, we just stayed home and rest, playing with our dog, Luigi (2nd pic) and digging some weird animals in our backyard for mere relaxation, hehe! (that's the salagubang I'm talking about!, 1st pic) I'm feeling so tired from all the skating practice and lesson my kid had the past week. Actually, I'm not complaining, it is just so tiring to bring him everyday to the rink after school. Honestly, I don't like going out. If I may, would really love just to stay home.

We'll be like this until February 8, then, he'll have his qualifying exam for the Grand Prix Skating Competition. If he'll be able to pass the test, he is qualified to join the said competition this coming March. That's why I have no time to blog. When I get home, I still have my household chores to attend to, plus guiding my Little One in doing his school and Kumon assignments.

With all these busy and crazy schedules and most of the time, feeling toxic and wasted, I'm happy to support my child in all the things he loves to do at such an early age. Thinking of that, wipes away all the body aches I have (",)

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Photo Hunters - Theme: "Important"

These stuff (shown above) are important to me, they make me live a longer and healthier life. I inject myself with insulin and check my blood sugar twice a day, in the morning and evening, before breakfast and dinner. Being born to a family with genes of Diabetes, both of my parents have it. At the age of 16, I was diagnosed of having the disorder. The youngest to have it in our family. But now, both of my brothers have it also. Well, can't escape the fact that eventually we'll have it because it is in our genes. Living life with Diabetes is sometimes inconvenient and quite expensive but if you accept the idea that you have it and deal with it, it's not so hard anymore. I'm a living proof, half of my life I have this but still I live life just like a normal person, enjoying the things I love to do, just like everybody else!

What's Your Name's Hidden Meaning?

What Dcookingmudra Means

You are balanced, orderly, and organized. You like your ducks in a row.
You are powerful and competent, especially in the workplace.
People can see you as stubborn and headstrong. You definitely have a dominant personality.

You are very open. You communicate well, and you connect with other people easily.
You are a naturally creative person. Ideas just flow from your mind.
A true chameleon, you are many things at different points in your life. You are very adaptable.

You are well rounded, with a complete perspective on life.
You are solid and dependable. You are loyal, and people can count on you.
At times, you can be a bit too serious. You tend to put too much pressure on yourself.

You are a seeker of knowledge, and you have learned many things in your life.
You are also a keeper of knowledge - meaning you don't spill secrets or spread gossip.
People sometimes think you're snobby or aloof, but you're just too deep in thought to pay attention to them.

You tend to be pretty tightly wound. It's easy to get you excited... which can be a good or bad thing.
You have a lot of enthusiasm, but it fades rather quickly. You don't stick with any one thing for very long.
You have the drive to accomplish a lot in a short amount of time. Your biggest problem is making sure you finish the projects you start.

You are very intuitive and wise. You understand the world better than most people.
You also have a very active imagination. You often get carried away with your thoughts.
You are prone to a little paranoia and jealousy. You sometimes go overboard in interpreting signals.

You are deeply philosophical and thoughtful. You tend to analyze every aspect of your life.
You are intuitive, brilliant, and quite introverted. You value your time alone.
Often times, you are grumpy with other people. You don't appreciate them trying to interfere in your affairs.

You are confident, self assured, and capable. You are not easily intimidated.
You master any and all skills easily. You don't have to work hard for what you want.
You make your life out to be exactly how you want it. And you'll knock down anyone who gets in your way!

You are a very lucky person. Things just always seem to go your way.
And because you're so lucky, you don't really have a lot of worries. You just hope for the best in life.
You're sometimes a little guilty of being greedy. Spread your luck around a little to people who need it.

You are wild, crazy, and a huge rebel. You're always up to something.
You have a ton of energy, and most people can't handle you. You're very intense.
You definitely are a handful, and you're likely to get in trouble. But your kind of trouble is a lot of fun.

You are usually the best at everything ... you strive for perfection.
You are confident, authoritative, and aggressive.
You have the classic "Type A" personality.
What's Your Name's Hidden Meaning?

Thanks for the tag, pretty. Sorry if I wasn't able to do it right away after you tagged me. It's better late than never (",)

What Color Is Your Aura?

Your Aura is Blue

Spiritual and calm, you tend to live a quiet but enriching life.
You are very giving of yourself. And it's hard for you to let go of relationships.

The purpose of your life: showing love to other people

Famous blues include: Angelina Jolie, the Dali Lama, Oprah

Careers for you to try: Psychic, Peace Corps Volunteer, Counselor

What Color Is Your Aura?

Yup, this is so true. Maybe, that's my maternal instinct radiating from within.... hehehe :D

Monday, January 14, 2008

"Pork Liver Stir-fry"

  • 2 cloves of garlic, finely pounded
  • 350 grams pork liver, slice into thin long strips
  • 3/4 tsp ground black pepper
  • 4 pcs (40 grams) Philippine lemon (kalamansi)
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1/3 cup cooking oil
  • 2 large (100 grams) red onion
  • 1 pc finger chili


Put the pork liver in a medium bowl, sprinkle the black pepper. Squeeze over the Philippine lemon, strain the seeds. Pour in the soy sauce. Mix well. Set aside.

Put the wok over medium-high fire. Put half of the cooking oil. Heat lightly. Gently toast the garlic until golden brown. Remove the garlic, retain the oil. Let the pan reheat until smoking hot.

Meanwhile, Seed the finger chili. Slice into julienne. Peel the onion. Cut into two, then, slice thinly.

By this time the wok should be smoking hot. Put immediately but carefully the pork liver with its marinade. Stir-fry until done, about a few minutes. Remove the pork liver.

Back to the wok, put the remaining oil. Add the onion and chili. Saute for a few seconds until half-done. Put back the pork liver. Stir-fry for a few seconds.

Place in a serving platter. Top with toasted garlic. Serve.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

DLA Palaro 2008

My Little One's School Intramurals for his grade level. It was a 3-day event, from January 9-11. For the first day, my kid was chosen once again to participate for the school intermission dance. On the second day, they won the games but sadly on the third day they lost. The grade 2 pupils (afternoon class), won by 3 points. The score was, Lugia Team 55 points while my kid's team, Vaporeon had only 52 points. He cried because he wanted the trophy badly for his team. But also, accepted the fact that they lost and he is looking forward to next year's Intramurals. Well, I can't blamed him. Out of the 6 games played, he was favorably picked by his teachers to play the 5 games. As you may know, my kid is very energetic though he lacks the height. He has a built in speed, balance and stamina to do the obstacles required for every game. And you can obviously see in the pictures, he exerted all his best efforts to win. Their team was always cheering for him, even the mommies of his classmates were shouting my kid's name. He was always first on the line, always first to participate in every game he joined. Though, they lost and never got the trophy. My kid won new friends. Also, the experience and memories he would cherish (",)

Friday, January 11, 2008

"Chicken Chorizo With Tausi"

  • 600 grams chicken, cut into 1"x1" cubes
  • 1-1/2 tbsp soy sauce
  • 3/4 tsp ground black pepper
  • 2 tbsps cooking oil
  • 5 cloves garlic, skinned & finely pounded
  • 1 large (50 grams) red onion, minced
  • 1 large (50 grams) red ripe tomato, minced
  • 2 tbsps salted black beans (tausi), drained, washed & chopped
  • 1 pc Chinese chorizo, sliced thinly
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce
  • 1 tsp brown sugar
  • 2-3 stalks spring onion, minced
  • a few drops of sesame oil (optional)

thickening agent:
  • 1 tbsp flour or cornstarch
  • 1/4 cup water


Combine in a bowl the first-three ingredients. Mix well. Set aside.

In a pan or wok, place over medium-high fire, put oil. Heat lightly. Add garlic Saute until light golden brown. Follow with onion and tomatoes. Saute and mash until limp. Put the marinated chicken, tausi and chorizo. Stir-fry for about 6 minutes.

Put water, soy sauce and brown sugar. Mix. Cover. Bring to boil. Then, decrease fire to low, bubble away for 15 minutes. Meanwhile, combine the thickening in a small bowl. Mix well.

Increase fire to medium, put the thickening agent. Stir until it boils. Remove from fire. Drizzle lightly with sesame oil. Sprinkle on top with chopped spring onions.

Serve hot and on top of cooked white rice.

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Casino Online Gaming Experience

In the old days, when you have the urge to play games and gamble, you have to go to luxurious hotels to play casino games if Las Vegas or Reno is not within your reach. Now you don’t have to travel hundreds of miles to satisfy your desire for exciting casino games like slots machines. All you have to do is sit in front of your computer, connect to the internet and search for hundreds of websites that offer online casino games. All it takes is just a click of a mouse and you’re off. However, finding websites of reputable online casinos can be quite difficult when searching for hundreds of them online. But there’s a website that does all these things for you.

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Wednesday, January 09, 2008

"Pancit Luglug"

  • 500 grams rice sticks (pancit luglug)
  • 2 packs oriental gravy mix (palabok mix sauce), I used Mama Sita's
  • 5 cups water
  • 1 tbsp anatto seeds with lye water (achuete na may lihia)
  • 1/4 cup hot water
  • 3 tbsps cooking oil
  • 6 cloves garlic, finely pounded
  • 2 medium (75 grams) red onion, minced
  • 250 grams lean ground pork
  • 3/4 tsp ground black pepper
  • 1/2 tbsp salted tiny shrimps (hibe), finely minced
  • 1 tbsp fish sauce
  • 2 tbsps ground smoked fish (giniling na tinapa)
  • 50 grams pounded pork cracklings (giniling na chicharon)

  • nicely toasted garlic
  • pork cracklings
  • chopped spring onions
  • sliced hard boiled eggs
  • a few pieces of boiled & headless shrimps
  • Philippine lemon (kalamansi)


Cook rice as per package directions.

Combine in a bowl the oriental gravy mix and water. Mix. Set aside.

Place the anatto seeds in a bowl. Carefully pour the hot water. Stir. Stand aside for a few minutes until it render a intense orangy-red color (remove the anatto seeds).

In a large wok, place over medium-high fire, heat moderately. Put oil and garlic. Saute until rich golden brown. Follow with onion. Saute until soft. Add the ground pork, black pepper, salted tiny shrimps, fish sauce and ground smoked fish. Stir-fry until it aromatic. Put the anatto mixture. Cook for a few seconds.

Pour the palabok mixture. Cook until it boils. Put the cooked rice sticks. Put off the fire. Mix until blended. Sprinkle the pounded pork racklings. Stir some more. Place in a large serving platter or the traditional "bilao", lined with wilted banana leaves.

Top with toasted garlic, pork cracklings, spring onions, hard boiled eggs and shrimps. Just before eating, squeeze kalamansi on top for that extra flavor and aroma.

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

An Online Resources for Care Homes

Everybody gets old, that's a fact of life. Some of us is also unfortunate to have disabilities, long term illnesses or physically handicapped. We cannot avoid these things to happen; it will find us one way or another. One must always prepare for the needed caring, if not today, maybe soon. You might not be needing this right now, but there are a lot of people among us especially elderly, disabled, handicapped or bed ridden that needs compassionate and better caring. Finding a nursing home that will suit their needs can be quite difficult because there is hundreds of care homes to check and compare its services.

Bettercaring is an online resources that offers detailed information about better caring services. They provide a comprehensive service for anyone looking for answers to crucial questions about their own care or care for their loved ones. They give advice to let you understand the financial and legal implications of caring, the best options for help and any local government support, such as social services. All other advice and information besides this can be easily found in their website. They can even answer all your concerns and will give you appropriate professional advice.

Bettercaring has a huge list of database for searching registered care homes in all of the regions in the UK including its location, size and cost.

Monday, January 07, 2008

Weekend Snapshots - 7th Birthday of Alex

Last Saturday, we attended a birthday party. The birthday celebrant is my kid's skater friend, her name is Alexandra Sheine, fondly called "Alex". My son has been chosen to be one of the 7 roses. It is like the 18 roses in a girl's debut birthday. I was so amazed that my Little One can dance the waltz, hehe! Maybe, he's not so little anymore....

"dancing.... one of the 7 roses"

"Kulit and Alex"

"My Little One"

Online Pay Day Loan Application

I had several friends that have a regular 8-5 job and a fixed salary in an average trading company. Though the income generated from their job can sustain their day-to-day living expenses, they are still having difficulty managing their finances. Often times they are unaware of other expenses, like credit and loan dues, that just show up on their mails and caught them unexpectedly. One of the possible solutions to bail-out from this financial problem is getting a payday loan or Cash Advance. There are several lending companies you can get help from, applying for that quick loan.

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Saturday, January 05, 2008

Photo Hunters - Theme: "Delicious"

These photos are my entry for the photo hunt this week, with the theme, "delicious". For the first photo, you can see the banana blossom or banana heart beautifully hanging from the banana plant in our backyard. I harvested it and cook it in thick coconut milk, that's the second photo, which by the way, is one of my family's favorite, it's creamy and yummy! Here's the recipe. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do! c",)

A Card Game Online Resources

One of the most challenging and exciting card games which is popular in hotels and casinos is poker. This card game is played by people of all ages, whether you are 10 or 100. The betting are varied, from a simple cigarette sticks from small-time players to large sum of money from the rich and millionaire VIPs. What I like about this game is that you don't need to have a very good card to win -- it takes guts to bluff other player. If you’re an expert in psy-war you have a good chance to win.

Playing poker is an art, and it takes some time before you can master playing this game. However, there are available resources of poker online that you can find to speed-up the learning process. provides huge and comprehensive information and resources for this particular card game. The website provides a complete set of poker game rules, poker history, poker tournament results, pro player profiles and all other information on the great game of poker. The site is regularly updated.

Friday, January 04, 2008

"Igado" (Pork & Liver In Rich Soy Sauce)

  • 1/2 kilo pork shoulder (kasim)
  • 200 grams pork liver
  • 1 tsp ground black pepper
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 3 pcs Philippine lemon, topped
  • 2 tbsps oil
  • 5 cloves garlic
  • 2 medium (75 grams) red onions
  • 2 medium (75 grams) red plump tomatoes
  • 1 pc (50 grams) red bell pepper
  • 1 cup water
  • 2 tbsps soy sauce
  • 1 pc (100 grams) potato
  • 1 can liver spread
  • 3 tbsps green peas
thickening agent:
  • 1 tbsp flour
  • 1/4 cup water


Slice the pork and liver into long thin strips.

In a bowl, put the pork, black pepper and soy sauce. Squeeze 2 Philippine lemons, strain the seeds using your hand. Disregard. Mix well. Set aside.

Pound the garlic finely. Mince finely the onions and tomatoes. Cut the potato into short-length strips. Seed and slice the red bell pepper into thick strips.

In a pan, over medium-high fire, put oil. Heat moderately. Add garlic. Saute until rich golden brown. Follow with onions and tomatoes. Saute and mash until limp.

Put the pork with its marinade and bell pepper. Stir-fry for 6-8 minutes. Add water and soy sauce. Squeeze the juice of the remaining Philippine lemon, straining the seeds. Mix. Cover. Bring to boil. Then, decrease fire to low. Simmer for 10 minutes.

Increase fire to medium, put the pork liver, potato and liver spread. Mix. Lid on. Bring to boil Cook for another 5 minutes.

Meanwhile, in a small bowl, mix the ingredients for the thickening agent.

Add the thickening agent and green peas. Cook until it boils.

Serve with rice.

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Thursday, January 03, 2008

"Pancit Bihon At Sotanghon Guisado" (Rice Noodles, Vermicelli and Vegetables Stir-fry)

  • 1/2 kilo chicken gizzard & liver
  • 1 pc (300-350 grams) chicken leg quarter
  • 400 grams pork belly
  • 1 whole head garlic, pierced each clove & skin on
  • 1 quartered red onion
  • 1 tsp whole peppercorns
  • 2 pcs chicken cubes
  • 1 tbsp iodized coarse salt
  • 8 cups water
  • 1 pack (75 grams) vermicelli (sotanghon), immersed in water
  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 1 head garlic
  • 2 medium (75 grams) red onion
  • 1 pc Chinese chorizo
  • a bunch (20 grams) Chinese celery (kinchay)
  • 1/2 pc (20 grams) red bell pepper
  • 1 pack squid balls, sliced thinly
  • 2 tsps ground black pepper
  • 1/2 tbsp fish sauce
  • 5 cups hot water
  • 3/4 cup soy sauce
  • 500 grams rice noodles (bihon)
  • 100 grams cabbage
  • 100 grams pechay baguio
  • 100 grams green beans
  • 100 grams carrot
  • 2 handfuls pounded pork cracklings (chicharon)


Put the first-nine ingredients in a thick bottom casserole. Cover. Place over high fire. Bring to boil. Then, decrease fire to low and simmer for 18 minutes.

Put in a bowl the next ingredient. Set aside.

Meanwhile, pound the garlic finely. Cut into half the onions and slice thinly. Mince the Chinese chorizo, Chinese celery and bell pepper. Pound the pork cracklings.

Get back to the boiling casserole, Remove the chicken, gizzard, liver and pork belly. Reserve the broth. Let it cool for awhile. Slice the gizzard and pork into thin strips. Cut into four each liver. Chop the chicken, remove the bones.

In a very large wok or talyasi, place over high-fire. Add oil. Heat moderately. Put garlic. Saute until rich golden brown. Follow with onion, chorizo, kinchay and bell pepper. Saute until limp.

Add the squid balls, pork belly, chicken, gizzard, liver, black pepper and fish sauce. Saute until aromatic. Pour in the hot water and reserve broth (should be strained). Add soy sauce. Cover. Bring to boil.

As you wait for it to boil, drain the water from the vermicelli. Shred the cabbage and pechay baguio. Cut into julienne the carrot. Diagonally slice thinly the green beans.

Back to the wok, by this time, it should be boiling. Put the vermicelli and rice noodles. Mix. Lower heat to medium-low. Stirring and tossing while it cooks. When the two-thirds of liquid has evaporated, put all the vegetables and pounded pork cracklings. Continue cooking, tossing until there's no more liquid.

Preferably serve hot and squeeze Philippine lemon on top.

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Wordless Wednesday #3

"A very pregnant lizard"

"Cookies N' Cream Royale"

  • 2 bricks (250 ml each) easy whip all purpose cream
  • 1 brick (250 ml) condensed milk
  • 1/8 tsp banana flavor
  • 12 pcs or more, it depends on your container, chocolate flavored graham crackers
  • 12-15 pcs Oreo cookies or any chocolate cookies you like, coarsely chopped


Whip the cream in a bowl until light. Put the condensed milk and banana flavor. Mix again for a few seconds.

In a tupperware or any container of your choice, lay the bottom with chocolate graham crackers. Put half of the cream-milk mixture. Lay again with graham crackers. Add the rest of the mixture. Top with chopped oreo cookies.

Chill before serving.

Will You Keep Your New Year's Resolution?

You Will Keep Your New Year's Resolution

You planning on making a resolution that's smart, attainable, and perfect for where your life is.
Will You Keep Your New Year's Resolution?

Thanks sis pretty for this one (",)

I'm sharing this to fretz, idealpinkrose, kcat, ging2x and butchay.