This is a simple Pinoy corn dish with malunggay leaves, small shrimp, and meat. The soup can be creamy or otherwise, based on your liking.
Last Friday, I was waiting for my boyfriend to pick me up from work. I was standing at our rendezvous whilst on my phone, to kill time. The traffic was terrible so I knew he’d be late.
I didn’t notice how long I’ve been waiting when I heard a man say ‘Miss. Miss.‘ As if calling someone. I looked around and saw that he was actually calling ME.
It’s Saturday which means I get to post other interesting not-so-known facts about everyday life! Read away to learn something new!
The magic word for this week is DYSANIA
Guys! Thanks a lot! WordPress said I already got 500 likes on my page! (The current number is 502).
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A few months ago, I went to the newly opened Mumuso branch in Market! Market! Taguig. I went to buy Snail Moisturizing Hydrogel for 99 PHP ($1.93). It’s a good deal since it’s already 300mg.
The first day I applied it on my face, it felt hot on the skin. It went kind of reddish, too. I immediately felt disappointed and scared. Though it’s cheap, there’s still tons of product on the tub so it’s a waste to just throw it away.
My mantra whenever I deal with difficult situations is this: We’re not given a problem we can’t handle.
If you’re struggling with a problem right now, don’t fret. Help will come. You just have to stay strong and keep the faith. As difficult as it may seem, we always have to look at the bright side.
It’s Home Cooking Wednesday today so I’m posting another Pinoy recipe. This is very close to my heart because it’s the first dish I cooked. (Thanks, momma!)