Blog advertising is the way to go

Getting paid to review anything on the web has never been this easy. Because just today, I found myself on the Paying Pos t site. Actually, I was just curious. It has been sometime since I did a paid post. I found it really easy - hassle free. After reading the rules, I registered one of my blogs. Perhaps, it helped that I was using blogger, because in a jiffy, I got to embed the Paying Post code into my blogger template. And now here I am doing this opportunity. That wasn't too difficult was it? Truth be told, I have been doing some paid posting last year. For some reason, I stopped. But when I read about in one of the blogs I subscribe to, I said why not try? I actually miss doing the posts on sites I really liked. And I miss making some little money too. I think both advertisers and bloggers have everything to gain about paying posts as a way of advertising products and services. Not only because these are hard times and everyone could use a little savings, inc

Eat frogs, anyone?

Have you eaten frogs, I mean frogs legs? Well, I have :-( Accidentally. My late father did me in. That was way back. I was about 9 years old. And we were spending our summer vacation in Nueva Ecija, his hometown. It was cooked " tinolang manok " style. Something like an American chicken soup. Strictly, Asian and Filipino in flavor, it is 'light and refreshing. A simple broth with chicken, sauteed in ginger, shallots, garlic, with green papaya', and chili leaves added near the end of cooking time. At that moment, I thought that was a good dish. Eaten with a hot and generous serving of very white rice, broiled milkfish, red eggs with green mangoes.. on a hot summer lunch. And I thought it was chicken I was devouring. Afterall, it did taste very much like chicken. Aarrgghh! Wikipedia says that: Frogs' legs are one of the better-known delicacies of French and Chinese cuisine. They are also eaten in other regions, such as the Caribbean, the region of Alente

Ready to grapple for a bite of grapple?

Some local celebrity mentioned on local TV about grapple. After googling the word I saw this entry from wikipedia . "Grāpple (pronounced /ˈgreɪpəl/) is the registered brand name for a commercially marketed brand of Fuji or Gala apple that has been specially treated to make the flesh taste like a grape. The product is created via a patented liquid infusion process which includes concentrated grape flavor and water as its primary ingredients. Contrary to popular assumption, it is an externally flavored fruit product, not a true hybrid of two fruits". My partner and I were worried that it would have been a genetically modified fruit. And without a doubt, that's something which, for awhile will remain alien, at least for us. But, surprise! It is not. But, is it something more questionable, because it is externally flavored? What does "specially treated" exactly mean? "Using a secret process, mature examples of the Washington State Extra Fancy Fuji apple are

A Belated New Year Greet

My apologies to my blogger friends, and everyone who took the effort and take the time to pass by. Our laptop conked out just after Christmas. Only after my son re-installed the OS that things have started to become better. And that was yesterday. Some of the posts in my other blogs you may see, have been blogger scheduled according to the days they all happened but posted just about this morning. Another topic, I am saddened with google's "gift" for the new year. It was totally unexpected, and just when this laptop seems to be coming through, I find my page rank decimated totally: from 2 to N/A :-( Beat the crap out of me please. I truly will never understand. My first instinct was to stop blogging, but then again my partner says, why and what for? Who cares about PR? I do! (hurrrr, sob) Enough said. What I really and had been hoping to do since December 31, 2008 was to greet everyone : A Very Prosperous and Happy New Year!!! May all the impending gloom of 20

My Ideal Christmas Dinner

It's always been a simple but hearty Christmas dinner that we prepare. There's my partner's classic buko fruit salad, 'excelent' ham, queso de bola, and my pasta, (fettucinne, tagliattelli, spaghetti or fusilliere). More than the food, it is really that once a year get together that matters. Christmas won't be Christmas without all the children, the family, also the 'soon to be family' :-) and friends. I wish all of you have your own families to share the joy of Christ's love or whom ever you call HIM to be. MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE ! CHEERS!

I will always love pasta

Health issues or whatever, I will always enjoy preparing and delecting pasta. If budget allows, true Italian ingredients will be superb. Otherwise, whatever is available, can do. Just don't skip the extra virgin olive oil and the durum wheat for the pasta. If I were a pasta, blogthings says I am: You Are Pasta Primavera Compared to most people, you are very active and health conscious. You take care of yourself and try to live the best life possible. You are an open minded and experimental person. You are always looking for ways to improve yourself. Your tastes tend to be ultra modern. You know of trends before anyone else has spotted them. What Pasta Dish Are You? Yes, I am a health nut, who wouldn't be under my circumstances? Yes, I try to take care of myself. I can be open-minded at times. YES! I have a knack for predicting trends.

Of Godiva and her chocolates

Myles, my step son's fiancee recently gifted us with Godiva chocolates. I take special mention because chocolates from Belgium are renowned for their premium quality taste. Not only is the taste exquisite but presentation as well is superb. Godivas come in beautiful gift baskets or gold ballotin, dark chocolate or milk chocolate boxes - indicating the types of chocolate flavor indulged in. See more of Godiva here .