Saturday, August 7, 2010

Superhuman, ZOX Pro Training System

Sometimes, I wonder what if I have intense talents, that with my own thinking I can't make impossible things possible. I know we have our own limits but often than not, I wish that I could imagine myself winning competitions as one of the top spellers in the country, one of the most talented kids, one of the least stressed people, or one of the most organized, effective and efficient humans in the world.

Hoping that I may be able to find what I'm looking for, I somehow learned about the ZOX Pro Training System. It's about learning what we can really do best when we fully activate the super-conscious part of our brain. This means "Superhuman" status is achievable! I really wonder how it works. Has someone purchased this product already? What can you say about it?

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

How To Make Mixed Adobo (Chicken and Pork)

When it comes to dishes and appetite, both my mom and my dad cooks the best meals around, especially when it comes to adobo, menudo, barbecue, afritada, sinigang, pinatisan, inasal, kawali and a lot more. Today, we will be cooking one of the Filipinos' sought after dish, the adobo.

Of course, mom will not permit to expose her top secret recipes online so I managed to take a look at some basic recipes for mixed adobo (chicken and pork). Do follow these easy steps to impress your lover and make him/ her look for you more! As the saying goes, the only way to a person's heart is through his/ her stomach.

The following ingredients, which makes six servings, can be bought in any market!

1 lb. chicken
1 lb. pork
2 tbsp. minced garlic
1/2 c. boiling water
3 bay leaves
6 tbsp. vinegar
1 1/2 tsp. salt
6 peppercorns
1/4 cup soy sauce

1. Cut the chicken and the pork into sizes that you desire. Don't cut too big and too small chunks. The average size would be about the size of a circle formed when you touch the tip of your index finger using your thumb.
2. In a skillet, combine chicken, pork, garlic, bay leaves, vinegar, soy sauce, salt and peppercorns.
3. Let the mixture stand for 10 minutes. You may marinade it if you want.
4. Boil the mixture. Use average flame intensity. 
5. Cover and allow to simmer until water is evaporated, about 1 hour. The fragrant smell will signal that you're on the right track.
6. Then, take the mixture out of the skillet and transfer it to a basin for garnishing. Voila! Your adobo is now ready to be served for dinner.