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Give the gift of healthy and delicious homemade meals this Father’s Day!

Father’s Day is just around the corner and one of the best ways to show your appreciation for your dad is by cooking a delicious and nutritious meal made with lots of love.   “Dads are known to be very hardworking and put their loved ones first before themselves. This is why we, at Ajinomoto, would like to help in putting their health and happiness first this Father’s Day by sharing healthy but delicious recipes that they will surely enjoy,” said Roann Co, Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation (APC) General Manager of Corporate Planning and Public Relations.   Below are special recipes made healthy and delicious through the use of AJI-NO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning that helps in reducing sodium without compromising taste.   These recipes are part of Ajinomoto’s BawAsin® or Bawasan ang Asin campaign,  an effort that encourages consumers to reduce their sodium intake without sacrificing the deliciousness of their meals.   Ajinomoto has created a  BawAsin® section  in its official website. It provi

Today : How?

This year, I would like to do more writing and update this blog as often as possible. After all, the very reason why I started this is to document my kids’ activities and also to share something worthwhile to all of you. The past year, my blog was all about PR’s and events (which I am thankful for), but I would like to have a more personal touch this time.

So, I am starting my own series, which will tackle my daily ponderings.

This day started with one question. How? My answer, I have no idea.

When we were having breakfast in the morning, my little girl, both hands occupied with cream loaf on her right hand and sandwich on her left hand, while my son is enjoying his overrated breakfast--sandwich, they asked me to sing a nursery rhyme. At first, it was Twinkle Little Star then, Old McDonald then the little boy told me to finally sing Three Little Ducks. Holy moly, I honestly don’t know that song! I saw frustration from my boy’s face but instead I told him, “Why don’t you sing for mama?” Then, he chanted. “Three little ducks went out one day. Up the hill and far away. Mother duck said, quack quack quack. But only one little duck came back.” I was awed. I just clapped my hands as I was really surprised because one, I didn’t teach him the song and two, where did he learn it?

Got her hands busy

During midday, my little girl was busy rummaging my things and got herself a twine. Then little boy told “Mama, skip, jump” and I knew in an instant that he was trying to tell me to teach him how to skip the rope. Wow. But he problem is, it was impossible to use the twine as a skipping rope. Then, they began to quarrel over a single twine. The little girl got hold of it and started making teeny tiny jolts. I tell you, she looks cute doing it.


No matter how they turn the house messy and push my limits, they always have their way to make me awe. Again, I am lucky to have experienced every bit of it.

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