Saturday, October 29, 2011

Two Years Ago on Taco 365/295

My daughter was in the mood for taco last week so when we had our groceries, we bought some ingredients for taco.  We find a good deal on the lettuce, it was only 99 cents per head.  Making taco is very easy as long as you have your ingredients, you can prepare it in 20 minutes or less.  

Here's my ingredients (the gound beef is already cooking in the pan cooking.
EJ does not like this kind of food, my daughter can eat anyhting. 

Believe it or not, we used all the taco shells hahaha.  We had a little  meat left over and I made it chili the next day, oh diva hehehe.  

Originally posted at my Bravejournal blog on September 17, 2009

October 25, 2011:
  • We were busy outside today.  I let the kids play at their sandbox as long as they wanted because it might be the last day that we have a warm days.  We suppose to have  cold days in the coming days.  I cleaned up our garden today, pulled away some of the vegetable vines and other plants.
  • I received a call  earlier this afternoon from my niece-in-law, she said that Michelle called her mom and informed them that my BIL Dave's system is shutting down.  He might go anytime soon, I am praying that he isn't suffering too much now.  I hope that his body  is  not feeling any pain anymore.  
  • We visited Dad and asked him if he wants to go at Dave tonight but he said that he was very tired.  He  busied himself working outside maybe because he wants to divert his  thoughts away from what is happening to Dave for a while.  I can tell that it's very painful for him to see Dave's condition.  My husband has been in a lot of stressed too about it.  He's been  having a  diarrhea for days now and I  think that his worries about his brother is what causes it.

5 delicious comments:

Chubskulit Rose said...

Posted by Seiko:
we love tacos too specially my hubby loves it in chilly spices.
Laging ang sasarap ng mga entries mo sa FTF Rose ang galing mong magluto.
Btw,here's teh recipe for the Miso soup nga we go...

Miso Shiru (Miso Soup with Bean Curd and Spinach)
4 cups vegetable stock
24 well-washed spinach leaves
1/2 pound soft, medium or firm bean curd, cut into 3/4-inch cubes
2 scallions, cut into very fine rings (use both white and green portions)
2 1/2 to 4 tablespoons miso

Put the stock into a medium pot and bring to a simmer. Add the spinach leaves and bring to a simmer again. Cook until the leaves wilt, 1 to 2 minutes. Add the bean curd and scallions. Simmer for 30 seconds. Reduce heat to low.

Put the miso in a small sieve and lower it into the soup (you may have to move the bean curd pieces aside). Push the miso through with a spoon.

Turn off the heat, stir once, sprinkle with cayenne and serve.

Note:When cooking miso soup,kahit anong gulay babagay sa soup na ito,so it's up to you kung anong choices mo iba iba kasi ang luto ko ng miso soup dito.Sometimes I used shells for the soup o dikaya naman pork w/ any kind of veggies wag lang beef parang yun lang yata ang hindi bagay sa soup na ito.
Enjoy your cooking Rose.'m sure magugustuhan ni John ito ;D
Sunday the 20th of September 2009 @ 05:23:49 AM

Chubskulit Rose said...

Posted by Jac:
Wow mommy we love tacos grabe na miss ko tuloy makabili nga lol...

Sunday the 20th of September 2009 @ 06:06:40 PM

Posted by dhemz:
nakikiburp din ako dito sis.....our family is not fond of tacos....burrito maybe....:)
Monday the 21st of September 2009 @ 01:50:40 PM

Posted by Anonymous:
ay naku, nagutom tuloy ako, gusto namin yan(as if laging nakakabili)hahaha. salamat po sa pagbisita nyo lagi sa blog ko. hugs and kisses to your lovely kids.
Monday the 21st of September 2009 @ 06:29:58 PM

Posted by nuts pf emmbrace life:
i'm not really a taco lover, pero in this yummy photo, natakam ako.. drooling now.. happy food trip friday!
Monday the 21st of September 2009 @ 11:11:12 PM

Posted by rossel:
noong last week pa nagke-crave nito si rhonnel kaso di ko pa maasikaso.sarap nyan habang nanonood ng dvd movies.
Tuesday the 22nd of September 2009 @ 12:33:38 AM

Chubskulit Rose said...

Posted by yami:
haven't tried taco pero type ko ito. eto nga may ginawa akong pizza using tasty bread di pumatok malamang ako lang ang mag-ubos nito.
Friday the 18th of September 2009 @ 01:33:04 AM

Posted by eden:
hmmmm.. i love taco, it is so yummyyy..

thanks sa visit at comment, Rose..

have a good weekend
Friday the 18th of September 2009 @ 02:35:49 AM

Posted by kikamz:
i love taco too! looks very easy indeed to prepared! masarap din ang fresh taco shells!
Friday the 18th of September 2009 @ 04:21:22 PM

Posted by Christina, Sweden:
Tacos is great but gets very messy to eat... I usually use the soft bread nowadays. Thanks for commenting on my blog!

Saturday the 19th of September 2009 @ 12:49:31 AM

Posted by baklosh:
Hoiist bakla ang dami naman niyan, tapos kayo lng tatlo kakain, ibigay mo sa akin ang iba bakla tutulungan kita. Parang kanta ano tutulungan kita'ng malimut mo siya hehehe. kinanta ko talaga.anyway back to your taco supreme. Thanks for sahring how to make taco bucko hehehe ill try this some time.
Saturday the 19th of September 2009 @ 09:15:35 AM

Chubskulit Rose said...

Posted by Sassy Mom:
My kids love that too. :) Thanks for sharing! Happy wekend!
Thursday the 17th of September 2009 @ 04:13:44 PM

Posted by Clarissa:
I love your Food Trip Friday entry,Ate Rose!!Another easy way but sumptuous foods!!

absent muna uli ako sa ere,Ate Rose--magtatanim uli kami ng palay sa bukid this weekend lol!!Ingat!!Miss you na!!^_^
Thursday the 17th of September 2009 @ 04:30:07 PM

Posted by meryl:
my husband din loves taco and other mexican food ^_^
Thursday the 17th of September 2009 @ 09:56:42 PM

Posted by Mel Alarilla:
Your tacos look so delicious. You have complete ingredients that will put to shame all those commercial tacos. I love tacos. They are so delicious. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.:);):oo:):P
Thursday the 17th of September 2009 @ 10:02:40 PM

Chubskulit Rose said...

Posted by FoodTripFriday:
we love tacos too, si husband ang taga- gawa namin and we usually use the soft shell,kasi messy pag yang crunchy shell ang gamit. :)

Sorry about your comment from last week, I don't know what happen kasi wala din naman sa Spam folder.
Anyway, have a wonderful weekend ahead. I will update your blog in FTf blogroll and put this instead.
Thursday the 17th of September 2009 @ 07:48:52 AM

Posted by Sreisaat:
Oh, taco is one of my favorites too! I like mine with extra spicy sauce though and, thankfully, my husband does too so no sweat at all. I noticed we use the same brands :)
Thursday the 17th of September 2009 @ 08:16:24 AM

Posted by cecile:
Rose pareha pala kami ni EJ eh, di rin ako mahilig sa taco; si Jake gusto din niya pero di gaano :-)!
Thursday the 17th of September 2009 @ 11:19:12 AM

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