Ten Things of Thankful #102

Hello everyone! Hope you’re all OK. Lots of things to be thankful about…

I cooked adobo! It’s one of my favourite dishes from the Philippines. The main ingredients are soy sauce, vinegar and garlic. The others, you could make it up, or put the ones you like. Here’s my version. Ingredients: chicken, garlic, ginger, onions, mushrooms, soy sauce, vinegar, a pinch of sugar, bay leaves, whole peppers, salt to taste. 1 Put all ingredients together and marinate them with soy sauce and vinegar, leave them in the fridge for a couple of hours. 2 Fry the chicken with some oil until brown on both sides. 3 Put the rest of the marinated ingredients, let them boil and turn the heat down a bit, simmer them. 4 Cook slowly until done. Best serve with rice and green peas. 5 And of course, a nice bottle of chardonnay. Cheers! 6

Yesterday was a sunny day, thank you! Met my friend in town and had some tilapia with some vegetables. 7

Then, walked around town and took lots of photos of our street scenes. 14
8 11 the buskers, musicians, people sitting around, etc. And a door within a door and the scene behind the door. 13

I’m also grateful for the three awards I was nominated by fellow bloggers. Thanks a bunch! I love you all to bits! Cheers!
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I’m sharing some of the flowers in the garden. Enjoy!
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27 thoughts on “Ten Things of Thankful #102

  1. I’ll definitely be trying your adobo recipe. There’s a spice/food additive in the US called Adobo. I think it is really MSG. Your dish is nothing like that. Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos.

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  2. The flowers are gorgeous and abodo sounds scrumptious! Your pictures and details make it sound easy. Think I’m going to have to try it soon. Thank you very much for the suggestion! 🙂

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  3. The adobo sounds delicious! Even my picky pants son would eat that. I’ll have to try it. Love the picture of the door within the door and the scene behind it!

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