Free MacBook Air

It’s been a great dream to own a MacBook Air. Having it would really make me happy. The only thing is it’s a bit expensive here in the Philippines, so I really need to save more for it. But wait, there’s great news that I found over the World Wide Web, Ben Behrouzi is giving away a MacBook Air through twitter. Dream comes true indeed. Who would not love a MacBook Air, it’s elegant, it’s sleek and it’s lightweight. A perfect notebook with easy portability and powerful graphics.

To join his contest is just one tweet away. I am not kidding. All it takes to be in is one tweet letting Ben know that you are interested to join his great giveaway. Just one tweet and that’s it. No more requirements needed. I have a twitter account so I will definitely join.

So what are you waiting for, there’s still enough time to join. All entries must be in before March 31st 2009 and Ben will pick the winner by random. So why not tweet him now and may I suggest that you follow Ben on Twitter while you are at it, you will get updates on his activities and his great blog.


Sweet and Sour Fish

Where could that fish be? Did you see it? Actually the head and tail are showing lolz!

I know...I know, I loaded it with too much onions as in too much onions, tons of bell peppers and lots of carrots. tee-hee.

But it was still a favorite that day!

So how did I made this sweet and sour fish;

You need;

1/2 kilo of white fleshed fish (used tilapia)
tsp. of minced chopped garlic
1-1/2 to 2 c. of cooking oil
1 bell pepper
few pieces of julienned ginger
1/2 cup julienned carrots
1 onion, cut into eighths (here I used 2)
1 tomato chopped
1/2 cup ketchup
1/2 vinegar
1/2 cup water
tsp of cornstarch

Then you have to;

Make cut 2 to 3 slits on the flesh of both sides of the fish and sprinkle salt all over and set aside for few minutes.
Combine ketchup, vinegar, sugar, water, 1 tsp salt, and cornstarch in a bowl, set aside.
Fry fish in high heat until goldern brown on both side. Remove from heat and drain excess oil.

In a saucepan, saute onion then garlic, add the ginger. Then add the tomato. Followed by the carrots and bell pepper. Mix everything. When the vegtables are cook (dont overcook) stir in the sweet and sour sauce and bring to boil. Simmer for a minute or until it thickens. Turn off heat.

Pour over fried fish and serve!