Sunday, July 3, 2005
A Special Kind Of Mango
It is large, almost like a small papaya. Even when ripe, its skin is colored green. Its meat is colored red-orange and is sweet. I asked my mom whether it has been crossed with a papaya. She said "No." It is just a special kind of mango. Sign in to see full entry.
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Sunday, June 26, 2005
I think that i shall never see...
a poem lovely as a tree! Sign in to see full entry.
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Friday, June 24, 2005
Fried Fish Balls
The summer is over and the rainy season has begun. It is now time for what we call "bola bola" -- fried fish balls! Sign in to see full entry.
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Thursday, May 19, 2005
The Manila Mangoes You Have In The States...
... do not come from the Philippines. MANILA mangoes dominate the market in the United States and elsewhere in the world but sadly, despite its name, the mangoes are not exported from the Philippines. Senator Ramon Magsaysay Jr., chair of the Senate committee on agriculture, said Manila mangoes are... Sign in to see full entry.
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Monday, May 9, 2005
Finally, It Is Raining Once More!
After a seemingly interminable dry spell where temperatures went as high as 39 C, it is finally raining. I hope this would continue for at least a few more days. Sign in to see full entry.
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Going around the Philippines, from Luzon to the Visayas, to Mindanao.