Friday, June 10, 2011

Creamy Broccoli - P365 # 159

Here's a creamy broccoli tuna pasta I made out of the tuna helper kit. I added one can of tuna, some big chunk of broccoli florets, and tried the topping that Clang sent me from Japan to make it more tasty.
It's my day off today folks, I may visit you back tonight.
June 10, 2011:
  • I turned  _th today weeee, so I am taking a day off.  
  • Hubby is planning to  prepare some foods, good luck hon!  He is now making some french toast for breakfast.
  • What? We don't have water? Uh-oh, we will be doing the cooking at Dad's.
  • I am trying to  get as much task as I could so we could have a little Travel Money for our upcoming  trip next month.
Thanks everyone for the greetings here in my online homes, on facebook, email, and  on your blogs.  Salamat!

6 delicious comments:

Unknown said...

happy birthday again, sweet rose. more _th to come:)

Dhemz said...

Happy Birthday ulit sure you had a fabulous celebration....nighty night na ako!

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Happy Birthday Rose. You deserve a day off from blogging to concentrate on your family as you all celebrate your birthday. The broccoli tuna pasta looks very yummy indeed. I have to hand it to Clarissa for having sent you some goodies in spite of the calamity they suffered in Japan. Matindi talaga ang samahan ninyong mga Pinay Mommies International. Enjoy yourself with your family. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

☺lani☺ said...

Happy birthday! Have one!

Clarissa said...

The pasta looks yummy Ate Rose.Masarap na topping din yan (it's called furikake)for yakisoba.Usually furikake is used as topping sa rice.

Gene said...

That pasta looks yummy. What's the reddish toppings, chili or bacon bits? Belated happy birthday.

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