Monday, June 30, 2008

Household Chores

I forgot to answer last week the Thursday Qs in N@Wie yahoogroups. So before the month of June ends, I will post my answers concerning household chores and management =)

1. What is the one household chore that you/your hubby love/s to do?Why?
I like to do the laundry compared to ironing clothes since I find it much easier to do....hehehe. Hubby on the other hand loves to wash the dishes since I'm the one whose in charge of cooking. Also, he doesn't know how to cook so he will stick to cleaning the dishes and utensils that I used instead.
We both like to do grocery since it's a form of shopping without feeling guilty...ahahaha!

2. What is that one household chore that you/your hubby hate/s to do?Why?
For me, I don't like to ironed clothes because it's a HOT chore to do! For hubby, it's ironing the clothes as well and cooking...hehehe.

3. What is the best thing about Home/Household Management that you learned from your parents that you are currently applying to your own family life now?
We don't have kids yet but it's good to practice helping each other doing the household chores and in the future when I have a kids of my own, I will teach them to do household chores little by little. I don't like lazy people so I don't want my kids to be like that.

4. Share with N@W one tried and tested easy-to-prepare recipe that youor your cook prepares which is considered to be a family favorite.

I got this from
Del Monte Kitchenomics recipe and it's really easy and budget friendly:


1/4 kg regular hotdog, cut into 1/2” diagonal slices
1pc large onion, sliced
1pouch (200 g)
DEL MONTE Sweet Spicy Tomato Sauce
1/2 cup whole corn kernels
100 g Baguio beans, sliced diagonally

1. SAUTÉ hotdog and onion in 2 tbsp oil. Add DEL MONTE Tomato Sauce, 1/2 tsp iodized fine salt (or 1/2 tbsp iodized rock salt) and simmer over low heat for 10 minutes.
2. ADD 1/4 cup water, corn and Baguio beans. Cook until vegetables are tender.

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