Thursday, February 6, 2014

Frozen Milkfish #A-Spice-A-Day#37

Once in a while, I buy milkfish at the Asian store when we go to Pittsburgh. It's frozen but that's all you can buy there, no fresh fish at all.  This wasn't boneless but it filled up my cravings.  Hubby and kids does not like bangus or milkfish so I am the only one who eats it.  To eliminate the  strong taste of it, I always  marinade it with  orange juice and onions before frying it. 
A Spice A Day #37
February 6, 2014

  • There was a two hour delay today so I had to walk my kids to school.  ON my way home, our son's teacher's car got stuck in the snow so I went back to school, got a shovel and shoveled the snow out of the way of my son's teacher.  An old guy helped me also.  I wish the school could have  assigned someone to clear up their driveway earlier so no one got stuck.  Anyway, the kids and I had fun walking on top of an an icy snowy.
  • I made  macaroni soup as  requested by Ms. Burrito, rigatoni as requested by  the little mister, and hubby  was requesting  chicken fajita but I told him to just eat  rigatoni with  our son lol.  Sorry hon, I did not have enough time to make the fajita.  Mavbe tomorrow, I will make you some.  

5 delicious comments:

Marie Clara said...

Oh man! This looks really good. I'd like to try this.

FX777222999 said...

I'm doing this recipe...yesterday...a marinated bangus and fried with tomato salsa as side dish. For you, orange juice....

Jhady said...

I love bangus and I am missing it. I do not go to asian store because they are far, I will only go if hubby will drive. I love bangus when it is fried or paksiw.

Franc said...

That's such a nice gesture you did shoveling the snow for your son's teacher.

mhie said...

My daughter's school yesterday was closed, due to freezing.That's so nice of you,Rose to go back and bring shovel for your son's teacher.

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