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Saturday, October 30, 2010

A little bit of this and a dozen of...what?

We went to the oriental store on the first week of this month and bought us some asian goodies. We bought a little bit of this and that and a dozen pack of TINAPA! Whoa! My husband has been bugging the Chinese lady to order some smoked fish or tinapa and she finally did. We found a bunch of them so hubby told me to get adozen lol.
I can't imagine that my husband and daughter would like tinapa so much just like me hahaha.  Now the stock is melting away, oh boy.  We need to make another trip before winter hits.
photo source: nubella newsletter
Anyhow, if you want some Eastern eating, here are some authentic asian recipes that you can try from nubella.com.  With a little effort and creativity, you can take your dinner from bland and boring to flavorful and exciting. Go ahead and indulge in exotic Asian cuisine with Thai Chicken SataySweet and Sour Pork, and a side of Chinese Vegetables. .

14 sumptuous burps..:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I have heard of tilapia but never tinapa, that is a new one on me. Diane

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

holly molly guacamoli..pinakyaw nyuo na yata buong tinda bading. anong lasa ng tinapa bading. ganda ng kabarangay mo kasi they eat everything hindi mapili.

Dhemz said...

wow! ang dami naman nito badingding...ehehehe...whole month of supply...ehhehehe!

magkano nabayaran mo nyan...kung dito yan sa TX...mga almost 200 bucks yan or more pa...sa cali, less than 100 bucks lang yan...hehehhee!

Clarissa said...

Whoa!!Ang daming pinoy goodies!!I bet mahal ang pinoy goodies dyan noh?Dito rin kasi grabe sa mahal--halos doble yata ang patong lol!

Mel Alarilla said...

Mukhang addict na si John at Rylie sa tinapa. Diyos ko, napakamura lang nang tinapa dito. Ang kinakain ko lang tinapa ay yung bangus na na deboned na. Kawawa naman kayo diyan sa America na nagbabayad nang napakamahal para makakain lang nang Pinoy foods. Napansin ko lang na yung canned coconut milk mo ay from Thailand not the Phils. Maraming Pinoy coconut milk in cans, sayang naman kung Thai food pa ang tatangkilikin natin. Exporter kasi kami dati nang Pinoy foods sa America at ibang countries pa. Tuwang tuwa nga ang misis ko nang pinadalhan ko nang maraming chicharong baboy at 100 pcs nang San Mig 3 in 1 coffee. Mahal daw kasi yung 3 in 1 coffee diyan. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

chubskulit said...

Hi Kuya Mel, sad to say bibihira ang Phil products dito sa oriental store kaya the closest thing na nakikita ko , yun ang binibili ko..

a2ensite said...

great post

Cedngasngu said...

Dropping by :)

Humanity Life said...

Im there.... nice to meets you!
-have a nice days-

Mel Cole said...

Akala ko may sariling Asian store ka Rose para bibili ako. hehehe. Ang dami, wowowee!

Cecile said...

wow, dami ah...may natira pa ba sa store?

i miss tinapa so much...

imriz said...

kala ko magtatayo ka ng sari sari store jan:)
lakas ng impluwesya mo sa hubby at mga anak mo at naaapreciate nila ang tinapa. alam mo bang favorite ng hubby ko tinapa ksma ng labanos saka tomatoes na may alamang. o kya nman guacamole tinapa, haha. sarap nyan.
pilipinong pilipino ka pa din kabayan. mabuhay ka:)

☺lani☺ said...

Wow, that's a lot! :)

Hazel said...

what a supply! visiting you here. hope we can exchange links too. have a lovely day!

http://hazeljlabado.com

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