I carelessly published this post last August 3, I forgot to modify the scheduled date I just knew it when I checked my blog the following day. The post was still on draft form and constitutes irresponsible statements. I wrote it at the top of the innings of my reaction to those irritating comments. I was really offended and piqued at that time. Ha, ha pinatulan ko!
I keep back this post for several weeks. And today I realize to rewrite the post. Compose a modest one.
I know that publishing articles tackling political issues has high chances to gain comments that are dissimilar to my political views. I should not be hurt or piqued. I should always think that I am blogging to express my biased to the exploited and oppressed classes in the Philippine society - the peasants, workers and the urban poor, that I am blogging to share my views on the economic, cultural and political issues that the Filipino people are going through. I should keep in mind to always respect my reader's opinion. As Itin said I should practice zero tolerance. I must do that!
If you happen to read my haughty reaction last August 3. Sorry po. Also my apology to Itin and Meandu who commented on the post that I hushed up.
On the original post that I kept, I included this quick paella pics (that you are gawking) and recipe that I cooked several weeks ago, Meandu reacted, she said she was confused, what the pictures have to do with my rant.
Wala lang, maiba lang!
It's been months that I posted string of political posts, maybe...just to be different this time.
I do a lot of baking and cooking lately because I am inspired to loiter in our kitchen. I am inspired to cook because I have a new crush...
Pssst...don't tell my boyfriend.
He is an American blogger. He has a food blog. I gawk on his recipes almost every day, my goodness ha, ha! If you will visit his blog, The Candid Appetite trust me...you will also be motivated to cook, ha ha!
Here's one of my kitchen adventures.
3 pieces leftover crabs (blue crabs)
8 pieces leftover shrimps
10 pieces leftover squid balls
2 cups of leftover rice small can of green peas, garlic, onion, red and green bell pepper, 2 plump tomatoes, spring onions, ½ tsp of dried basil, olive oil Salt, pepper, paprika, oyster sauce
1. The crabs and shrimps are already cooked so I skipped the steaming part.
2. I peel and chop the garlic, peel and chop the onion and dice the tomatoes.
3. I heat the olive oil in a cooking pot; add the squid balls, garlic, onion, tomatoes, and bell pepper, basil and green peas. Cook for a few minutes.
4. Add the rice. Cook stirring until lightly browned. And season with paprika, oyster sauce, salt and pepper.
5. Stir in the crabs and shrimps. Simmer for a few minutes. Sprinkle spring onions. Turn off the heat. Serve.