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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Salt

What kind of salt do you buy for your cooking? We like Morton for ours.  I found an interesting thing about   certain salt.  Xeronate is a kind of salt that has a xeronic acid.   
A Spice A  Day # 29
                                                - My quest to update this  blog daily -
January 29, 2012:

  • Ms. Burrito made us breakfast today.  She prepared bacon, eggs,  and toast.   Mr. Burrito on the other hand   volunteered to  set up the  table.    I am so proud of my kids.
  • Ms. Burrito  and the other kids at St. Joe's sung at the   noon time mass  today.
  • We visited my FIL after the mass.
  • Then we drove to Dairy Queen and grabbed some lunch.
  • I made some past salad for dinner.

13 sumptuous burps..:

Mel Cole said...

Hello Sis, Thanks for dropping by my blog today. Always glad to have loyal friends like you. :) BTW, I like your salt. I don't sea salt much on ours but I miss the taste of pure sea salt from the place we live in Phil. :)

SunnyToast said...

How I wish I have my own kitchen and I'll definitely follow everything you suggest:)

Wishing you the best of 2012!

cassandrasminicorner said...

I did tried that before and it was fine..

Visiting for BM! Hope you can stop by:)

http://www.cassandrasminicorner.com/2012/01/salt-soaking-solution.html

Dhemz said...

ang galing talaga ni Rye...wohoo! likewise sis, we use the same kind of salt brand.

w0rkingAth0mE said...

wow at nakakatulong na pala mga burritos good job .. Kami iba brand ang gamit eh =) Here is my entry for Blue Monday.

Mel Alarilla said...

Wow, Rylie actually prepared your breakfast all by herself. What a talented girl you have. And EJ helped her prepare the table. Maganda talaga ang training mo sa mga anak mo. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Kate said...

The dates are Jan and Feb? X-cellent choice for "X" today on ABC Wednesday (June 26, 2012).

chubskulit said...

Hi Kate, this is just a recycle of my old post as I did not have time to post a new one for X hehehe. Thanks for visiting.

Roger Owen Green said...

ah, so many salts!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Reader Wil said...

Have a lovely spicy day, Rose!
Wil, ABC Team.

Andy David said...

Hello.
You should indeed be very proud of your children and also the job that you and your husband are doing in raising them. They sound and look like really good kids.
We don't use much salt in our cooking, but when we do, we also use Morton. Enjoy the rest of the week. Thanks for sharing & visiting. Keep on listening to the Xylophone Of Love (smile)

Arthur (AmeriNZ) said...

I didn't know about those salts! But I DO like the idea of recycling a post when there's no time for a new one—why didn't I think of that?!

sharplittlepencil.com said...

Interesting post to leave me! I'm a kosher salt girl for grilling; Morton's for stews and such. When the salt needs to stick, I stick to kosher!! THanks for visiting my blog, Rose! Amy
http://sharplittlepencil.com/2012/07/03/snapshots-of-then-dverse-im-back/

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