Archive for July, 2012

What am I cooking for dinner tonight ?

My family’s favourite yummy Chinese Pork Chops with Potato Slices and Caramelised Onions

Hi there, dear friends 😀

I have a confession …. I have not been cooking much this year at all … 😳 .  Experiencing perimenopausal symptoms in our all year round hot, humid tropical weather is sheer torture! To cook in a situation like that is to be drenched in sweat from the hair down to the toes! 😆

That’s why my post title,  “What am I cooking for dinner today?” is a big deal to me. Today, I am prepared to get all hot and bothered to cook a delicious dinner as a treat for my family…. and … heheh, because  I am beginning to feel guilty! Those of you who have been following my blog all these years will know I have not posted many recipes lately. 😉

So, what am I cooking for dinner today

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New Page – My Ghost Stories

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Good morning, dear friends :D

I woke up very early this morning, with the memory of a ghostly nightmare still fresh on my mind. I had dreamt of the house where I had stayed more than 15 years ago. That reminded me of the ghostly happenings at my previous home and I decided that I should start a new page on Ghost Stories here, where I will be compiling a collection of supernatural tales  :idea: …read about my haunted bungalow here  ===>

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Black Face General – A Wonder Anti-Cancer Herb; Good For Treating Gallstones, Kidney Stones, Constipation, Body Detoxification & Heatiness, Hepatitis…

Strobilanthes Crispus, Black Face General, Pecah Beling Plant

Hi there, dear friends 😀

I first heard of this Hak Min Jeong Guan (“Black Face General” in the Cantonese dialect) many years ago when a friend of mine took this herb regularly as a cancer-prevention measure when both her parents passed away from cancer within one year.  This plant’s scientific name is “Strobilanthes Crispus”, in Malay it’s “Pecah Beling”, “Keji Beling” in Indonesia and “Hei Mian Jiang Jun” in Mandarin.

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Your Lucky Dreams According To Auspicious Ancient Chinese And Indian Feng Shui Beliefs

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**Note  – What do your numbers mean? —> Synchronicity & Messages in Numbers 

Good evening, dear friends 😀

Today, I was looking for a book when I came upon my old Tung Shu book, also known as “The Ancient Chinese Almanac”.

As I have been collecting many articles over the years on signs and omens, I decided to post here on auspicious and interesting intepretations  of dreams according to ancient Chinese beliefs and Indian Feng Shui for your interest. 😉

I have separated the dreams interpretation into 2 parts – the first one is from the viewpoint of the Chinese Almanac based on beliefs that date back 3,000 years ago,  while the second part is according to Indian Feng Shui or Vasthu Sastera, which is about 2,000 years old. 😉

The Chinese dream interpretation is based on  the writings of Chou Kung, the Duke of Chou, who was supposed to have lived c. 1020 BC, and he was reputed to have assisted in the compilation of the I Ching, one of the most ancient and mysterious of the divination books of China. The dream interpretations associated with him are well known and his name and its link has passed into the language in a number of ways. For example, a person who has been asleep will say that “he has gone to find Chou Kung,” a phrase that we commonly use to refer that we have been asleep and been dreaming! 😆

Check out now the dream references below and see if you have had any of those LUCKY dreams there before. Have fun and Good Luck! 💡

PART 1

 Lucky Dream interpretations according to auspicious 3,000 years old  Chinese beliefs ===>

* If you dream of the sun or moon rising, then your family will be fine, prosperous, well educated and have important jobs.

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Orange Infused Vinegar To Make Homemade Cleaning Enzymes Smell Better, To Repel Ants

Orange Infused Vinegar

Hi there, dear friends 😀

I was reading up on vinegars for cooking when I stumbled across this Orange Infused Vinegar which is used primarily for cleaning.

Then an idea came to me ===> why don’t I  mix some of the Orange Infused Vinegar to my Homemade Enzyme Cleaner for a better fragrance ?  💡

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