Friday, March 23, 2012

Cooking Sweet Rice

 One of Ms. Burrito's favorite Filipino dessert is sweet rice.  She  was craving for it the other day so  we made some.
A Spice A  Day # 83
 - My quest to update this  blog daily -
March 23, 2012:

  • Thanks God It's Friday!  Do you feel that way too on weekends? 
  • After  we walked Ms. Burrito to school this morning, me and my son  spent sometime at our backyard removing some weeds growing at my flower beds.  Glad am done with it.  I noticed that  mour bunny has been eating all the plants that is growing in my garden wahhh.
  • Will update this later on.  Me and the kids had fun  outside, they jumped in the trampoline while I cleaned up Wubzy's cage.
  • We visited my  FIL and  the kids played with the neighbor's kids.
  • The movie "the Last Song" made me cry tonight lol.

9 delicious comments:

LV said...

I like rice too. I like it plain with sugar and butter best.

LV said...

I love rice as well. I enjoy it with sugar and butter.

mypinkprettiesaboutme said...

I agree. TGIF!!



Jeanne said...

Our sweet version of rice is rice pudding. I love it too.
xo Jeanne

Kelly said...

I love rice and eat it often (we grow it), but I don't think I've ever had it as a pudding.

Always nice to see kids cooking!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Lovely post.

Regards and best wishes

Chubby Chieque said...

Biko ba yan, sis?

Good Ms. Burrito start early to like pinoy dishes.

Happy week-end,

Lighthousegal said...

The rice looks good. Nice little helper you have there. I miss the days when my kids were little and "liked" to help with chores and cooking.

Mel Alarilla said...

The sweet rice is very similar to a porridge. Nice that your family appreciates that. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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