Once you pop, you canâ€™t stop!
Thanks to my mother my son is now addicted to toasted bread. he needs to have all his bread warm and toasted every morning. Too bad we do not have a toaster!
So the toaster goes in line along with the turbo broiler and oven I want to buy. Something tells me this gets pushed to the beginning of the line!
I think I need to post this for myself since I have been eating fast food since Saturday! I only get to eat ONE full meal â€“ but that is FAST FOOD!
Ever seen Super Size Me?
See HERE for a lot more facts. French fries, anyone?
As most of you know, I am always at a perpetual diet, with no lasting weight loss effects. I just love eating too much plus my work is very (very) sedentary.
I thought I might experiment with my diet these days and I am now soda-free for two days. I am drinking water like a fish, and just consume one full meal a day. I eat protein bars twice a day as a snack and replace two meals with a protein shake. I drink health supplements (5 tablets each) thrice a day.
It takes a bit of getting used to. I hope I can really make it!
This is also one of the specialties of La Mesa Grill.
It is called Kinulob sa Asin Dagat or rock salt cooking. The fish, either tilapia or apahap (local seabass), is wrapped in rock salt and grilled.
The seafood comes from General Santos City, Aklan and Bacolod.
Rock salt cooking is an old way of cooking fish by the Spaniard when refrigerators were not invented yet. The magic here is, after grilling the fish and removing the burnt rock salt, the fish is not at all salty. Its skin and flesh are very moist like it has been steamed.
I actually finished a whole fish!
Interesting trivia for you too: La Mesa Grill (Mall of Asia) is owned by Senator Kiko Pangilinan and Enrico â€œRikkiâ€ Dee.
SM Mall of Asia, North Bayview Park
Pasay City, Metro Manila