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Life at Age 55 in the United States

Did you know in the United States when you reach 55 years old, you're consider a senior citizen? Carmina realized being one year to become fifty-five years old she can take advantage of the benefits when you're visiting the United States. Certain stores provide a discount when you shop at their store example in Seafood City Supermarket it is 12% from your purchases on every Tuesday. Ross Dress for Less Store every Tuesday is 10% off your purchase. Basically, you can gain a pension from support from the government to apply for low income when you want to start a life living back in the United States if you wanted too without having an income. Just visiting the United States if your 55 years old has a lot of benefits that some people are not aware of for example the friends I've spoken too. Did you know you can purchase a house that is for the 55 years and up for Retirement and 55+ Communities?  Carmina's friends have been informing when you're 55 years old you can co

Sarciado Dalag with Black Beans Recipe

Every time Manang V will tell me she is cooking dalag (mud fish) I will joke with her I don't eat alien fish because I am allergic to it. There are certain kinds of fish I cannot eat in the Philippines.  In this sarciado dalag Manang V added black beans to this recipe and can use any other type of fish if dalag fish is not available in your area. Sarciado Dalag with Black Beans Recipe Ingredients: 1 - Dalag (clean and slice 3 pieces head, body and tail) 2 Tsp - Garlic (minced) 3 Pieces - Onion (chopped) 3 Pieces - Ripe Tomato (chopped) 1/2 Tsp - Black Pepper 1 Cup – Black Beans 3 Eggs - (beaten) 2 Tbsp - Patis (fish sauce) 1 3/4 Cup -Water 2 Tbsp - cooking oil Cooking Instructions Step 1: Clean Dalag Fry fish on cooking oil in a pan on both sides. Strain fish Set aside Step 2: Heat frying pan heat oil adds garlic, onion and tomato sauté together. Add patis, black pepper than stir. Add black beans and water

What's cooking at your home with Korean Barbecue Recipe?

From a supportive friend he would like me to share his recipe how he is cooking his Korean Barbecue from his home across the miles as I wake up the next day since we live in a different time zone he has sent me a picture with his recipe and a picture how everything looks like from my advantages if I cannot try his food but I can see it through his pictures and read all his  description  just like how you are doing it with me so this time I will share you his recipe. Korean Barbecue Recipe Ingredients: 1 - Package Short Ribs 1 - Wang Korean Beef Barbecue Sauce Marinate: Marinate beef ribs for one hour place in Tupperware Cooking Instructions: On your stove top using a frying pan pour some cooking oil when hot place the short ribs cook on both sides until cooked your Korean barbecue is ready to eat.

What are the benefits having a fruit tree in your backyard?

I remember when I was young while growing up my mom had so many fruit trees from persimmon, apple, pear, calamansi, banana and so many more just growing in our backyard. By the time it was in season to eat them we had a lot of fruits to eat from our own home as each time we couldn't eat all of them my mom would give them away to her family friends free of charge. The benefit of having a fruit tree in your home you get to enjoy the fruits and make it into baked goods such as lemon bar, cakes and pies. You can also make it into a fresh juice by using a juicier. I use to dehydrate our fruits to make it into dried fruits and it became our snack at home. Now you have more time to spend time in your own home and you have room to grow fruit trees in your home by the time your fruits have grown out in your backyard you have your own fruits coming from your own garden.

Do you miss the food your parents cook for you when you we're young?

Every now and then we miss what our parents are cooking for us when we’re young as growing up and when we have parents who are no longer living next to us we tend to look for the taste. Sometimes we can find the same taste from a different person how they cook their food or we have family members who we’re taught by our parents the way the use to cook for us when we’re young. As we get older we learn new things and we adapt our learning skills to teach those next to us to bring it to the next generation when we’re not with them as we get older. If you have parents still alive and living with you it is best to get their recipes from them and learn from based their own experiences so you too can learn and cook the way your parents use to cook. So often when we are younger and still growing up we don't want to learn how to cook or we find cooking is not our thing but when your parents are no longer living next to you later you will regret that you should of have learned the wa