Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Beef Steak - P365 # 178

We grilled beef steak last Monday night. We also had boiled corn and salad. We have been eating a bowl of salad everyday from our garden. It is really nice to grow veggies in your own garden because you know that it is pesticide free and all.  The money and time  we spent  in   putting up the garden is all worth it.
June 29, 2011:

  • I had an excruciating migraine headache yesterday.  I  took meds  before I went to bed hoping that  when I woke its gone but I still have it till now wahhh.
  • I am  making some beef polska kielbasa with shredded sauerkraut.
  • I wasn't able to go with the kids and hubby to the park because the sun light is just killing me.
Thanks for  dropping by folks!

6 delicious comments:

Alessandra said...

Feel better! The food you ate is making me hungry!! What a delicious dinner!

Joe Todd said...

Now I'm really hungry LOL

tinyskillet said...

The food looks fabulous! I have a hard time growing veggies here. That's great eating salad from your garden! Hope you get rid of that headache soon...I know what that's like!

EnAirRaH said...

Sarap ng ulam Ate Rose, nakakagutom naman, love leafy vegetables as well.

Me too, once in a blue moon na lang ako mgblog hop kc busy sa kttweak ng themes :D

Unknown said...

always may masarap na handa sa lamisa nyo bading na gutom ako sa corn and steak, thanks nga pala sa reminder, will post nostalgia now.

Mel Alarilla said...

I am saddened to hear that you had another migraine attack. I hope and pray that it will permanently stop. I pray for your divine healing. By the stripes of Jesus you are healed. Amen. The steak looks great and you had your vegetable salad from your own vegetable patch. You are actually reaping the fruit (er..vegetables) of your labor, hehehe. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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