Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Friday, March 5, 2010

Food Friday: Samgyeopsal

Grilled Pork


More than a year ago, I visited South Korea and I had the chance to taste this fresh pure Berkshire pork BBQ. In Korea they call it "samgyeopsal" It really taste good, especially when wrapped in lettuce and grilled garlic.




Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

I Shall Return...& I did

McArthur's Shrine

It was October 1944 when Gen. Douglas MacArthur fulfilled his promise to the Filipino people. Two and a half years after he left his now famous vow "I Shall Return". In commemoration of that historical return, a life size shrine was built in Palo, Leyte, Philippines.

Too bad we were in a hurry to the airport when I snapped this photo last May 2009. I would have wanted to take a better shot. Yes, the shrine is visible from the highway en-route to Tacloban City.

And now I too, have returned....

...to blogging.

Friday, November 13, 2009

The Boiling Point

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It has been quite a while since my last post. Things got a little tight at work. Well, it still is but we have managed to put on the heat and now we are beginning to reach the boiling point.

Friday, July 31, 2009

How does it feel to miss a Football Game?

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Americans love football. For the longest time, the weekend schedules of the professional league was perfect. The family sat together, enjoy the game and bond. But from 2006, the NFL has started to schedule games on Thursdays and Saturday nights after the college regular season. For the working Dad's like me, don't you just hate the feeling of missing your favorite game when it's scheduled on a week day?

Good thing there is the
nfl sunday ticket
. You never have to miss a single game every season. You can select which nfl sunday ticket price you like, whether for just one game or for the whole season. Many would attest that its worth every penny.

Here's more. Did you know that with the nfl sunday ticket schedule you can watch 8 games at once all at the same time. Now, how is that for an overload?