Hate Acne and pimples?

Hate acne and pimples? When your face is oily and expose to the harsh elements like dirt and pollution, you must keep your face clean, a simple washing with facial wash and water will do the trick. And if you want to keep it looking healthy here are some healthy food you must have in your diet. Lots of liquid especially water, fruit juice, low fat dairy products and wheat products like bread and cereals. And if the skin infection is serious, go to a dermatologist and ask for an acne medicine you can use.

My blog will plant a Tree


The organizer of "Make It Green" has sent me an email, they will plant a tree for each of my two sites as an appreciation for my participation in making "My Blog is Carbon Neutral". Please do your share, make a simple post about their Program and ask other bloggers to participate too.

Kinilaw (Marinated Raw Fish)

Kinilaw is to the FIlipinos as Sashimi is to the Japanese. Fish is cooked in its own marinade, being vinegar the main ingredient and not through heat or fire.

1 med-size white fish

3/4 cup vinegar

1/2 tsp each salt and pepper

1 green bell pepper or hot chili pepper whichever you prefer(finely chopped)

1 tsp. ginger root chopped

1 med size onion sliced


Serves 4-6

Clean fish and slice into thin strips.
Soak in vinegar and salt.

Change soaking solution twice or until fish whitens and looks cooked.

Serve with black pepper, ginger, onion and bell pepper/chili pepper.


Chow!

josie

My Blog is Carbon Neutral

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I'm going green with this blog, BECAUSE I'm joining the "MAKE IT GREEN" program, see the post below. Now I can have a tree planted in my site's name. I have two sites then I will have two trees. I hope this little contribution will make a difference. So FELLOW BLOGGERS JOIN US, NOTHING TO LOSE AND SO MUCH TO GAIN, for the next generations' future.

“My blog is carbon neutral” is an initiative, originally started in Germany by the “Make it Green” programme, that has the goal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. We plant a tree for your blog and thereby neutralise your blog’s carbon footprint for the next 50 years! Everyone can make a small contribution to the environment. Every tree counts!

Just write a short blog post about our programme “My blog is carbon neutral” and include one of the buttons. Send the link to your blog to CO2-neutral@kaufda.de and we plant a tree for you, neutralising the carbon dioxide emissions of your blog. The trees will be planted in the spring of 2010 by the Arbor Day Foundation. For more information about how and where the trees are planted, see the NEWS section.

Just a few easy steps to make it green:

  1. Write a blog post about the initiative + insert your favourite button
  2. E-mail the link to your post to CO2-neutral@kaufda.de
  3. We plant a tree for your blog in Plumas’!

Oh my Ferrari!

It is said that cars are the toys for the big boys, I knew a guy who really dreamed of owning a car, instead of buying a house he purchased a brand new car. And would you believe on the first week, he preferred to sleep there than in his own bedroom. LOL.. No doubt if can afford a Ferrari he will get one. And I bet buying genuine Ferrari parts will be his priority, for he won't settle for less, only the best for his beloved baby.

Empanadas #1 (Meat pastry turnover)

dough:
2 cups all purpose flour
1 egg
2 tbsp. margarine
4-6 tbsp. water

Filling:
2 tbsp. cooking oil

2 tbsp. minced garlic
1/2 cup chopped onions

1 kilo ground pork

2 cups diced ham

2 cups diced potatoes
1-1/2 cups green peas
1/2 cup diced carrots

1 cup raisins

2 hard-boiled eggs sliced

slices of sweet pickles
salt and pepper to taste


Saute garlic and onions in hot oil.
Add pork and continue sauteing until done.
Add ham, carrots and sliced potatoes.
When veggies are almost cooked, add green peas and lastly the raisins.
Season with salt and pepper, set aside and cool.


To make a dough:
Cut in small pieces the margarine into the flour.
Blend egg with dough adding water little by little.
Knead until smooth.
Cover and let it stand in a bowl.

Roll out dough to about 1/2 cm thick and cut in 5 cm squares.
Flatten each piece to about 1/2 cm thin forming an oval shape.

Directions:
Put 1 tbsp meal filling and top with slice of pickle and a sliver of hard-boiled egg.
Fold across and press edge to seal.

Trim edge to form a half-circle, and flute edge with a fork.
Fry in deep fat until flaky and crispy.
Drain fat on paper towel and serve hot.
To store, wrap individually in wax paper or plastic sandwich bag.


Enjoy!

josie

The power of technology


So it's official, that one of the highest paying jobs anywhere in the world is in Information Technology, and most sought after indeed. Anywhere you look, almost everything we use in our daily activities are run by computers. With a touch of a finger we can communicate, deal in business to anyone from different parts of the world or shop online. Ah the power of technology. No wonder the so-called Generation X is aspiring to have Jobs in IT.

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