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  • PostHeaderIcon Drinks I Learn to Like & Homemade Bread

    I grew up in the Philippines and black coffee is not as popular compared to other country. We sort of like a coffee with milk or cream and more of instant coffee. My husband love black coffee and that’s the only kind he drinks. I used to be not a coffee drinker then in my late thirties I learn to enjoyed instant coffee and when I came, I got to taste a fresh brewed coffee and I love it. Recently, I received this product Vislep Coffee Dripper Stainless, and it work like magic. It makes brewing coffee easy pessy less messy.

    I ordered a homemade bread from a friend in Alabama, and it goes well with coffee just like the way I grew up. Dip the bread in a coffee and yummmm, well that’s how we do it back home.

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    I never like tea, although once in a while a tried to drink it because it is good when you want to loss weight. Few months ago, I got to try this Yogi Tea, I like it. I was at the store today and bought 3 box of different flavor.

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    I family friend gave me this wine that they got from their client. It is a good wine. So, how about you, what kind of drinks do you enjoy to drink while taking a seista?

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    PostHeaderIcon Making An Entry Space

    When you think about a front room of a home, you might think about a living room. This is an area where the family can gather to watch television or talk about the events that have taken place during the day. If you don’t have a lot of space to work with, there are a few ideas that you can use to create an area with frontroom furnishings that will give personality and comfort to the area.

    Sometimes, the front door of the home opens directly into the living room. This doesn’t give much of an entry area where you can take your shoes off or take the time to gather your perspective of the home before entering a conversation that others are having. The position of the furniture can help to create an entry area that leads to the living room. Position the couch so that the back is facing the wall beside the front door, but don’t put the couch against the wall. This will give an illusion of a hallway with the straight edges of the back of the couch. A sofa table behind the couch is a good addition so that the area is further blocked off from the living room.

    If you decide to place a table behind the couch or at the entry door, then consider adding a bench or a few chairs underneath. This will give people options for additional seating and provide a place for people to sit when they want to take off their shoes. The table can be used for additional storage as you can put your keys and other small items on it that you don’t want to forget to take with you when you leave.

    Consider building a half wall at the front door. This will also give the illusion that you are entering a hallway instead of directly walking into the living room. An area rug that leads from the front door along the side of the room creates a look of an entry area as well. It will also help to capture some of the dirt that is tracked in so that it won’t be taken through the rest of the house.

    PostHeaderIcon From My Planter to My Platter

    Ang taogi bow! Mung bean

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    When I was little, I remembered my mom grew a mung bean and used it as one of the ingredients for lumpia, it is one of Filipino food. Then I as I was watching this youtube channel of a korean lady making a post about how to grow a mung bean, I thought I want to try it Check her video here So, I bought a planter and i already had mung bean seeds. Planted it and in six days the sprouts grew taller. we call this Mung bean sprouts but for us back home we called it taoge. Pretty cool huh, I just cooked the bean sprouts and it was so good.

    From my planter to my platter mmMm #taogi growing my own #mungbeansprouts #diy #sudansapobrenguyamot

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