Baked Fish Fillet
- Recipe from here. This recipe had me at cream cheese hahaha!
- It’s still a little salty for my taste. I think my taste buds adjusted and has lower tolerance for salty foods now. I will really really go easy on salt in all my future cooking, I think especially with fish because they absorb salt quickly.
↑The pack I bought is around 1 KL. I divided it into 6 pieces. I’ll add more mixed vegetables next time so that I don’t need to pair it with another dish.
↑Closer look. Cream cheese is love hihihi.
Oh yes! Hehe. Punung-puno ng social activities ang aking life for this week. Marami kasing dumating na friends from abroad, so kita-kits ang tropa. Ang saya-saya. Kahit di na gaanong nagkikita at sa email at chat na lang nagkukulitan, nananatili pa rin ang pagkakaibigan ng lahat.
Kahapon, natuloy na rin sa wakas ang aming girls’ fish hehe. Akala pa ng isang teammate namin, nagbibiro ako nung sinabi kong may fish kami. So after a hectic Friday in the office (sa dami ng demands ng client at sa last-minute shopping ng shirt for tomorrow’s fiesta games), off we went to World Music Room in Promenade. We had a sumptuous dinner (take note rice at mga ulam to) as we were all starving hehe, and sang to our heart’s content until the wee hours of the morning. When we were supposed to be going home, it was raining hard so we stayed for a while and used the time to learn more about each other.
It was a night full of fun and laughter and of course Canon moments :). But She, we’ve missed you!
For these and more, I am forever grateful to Him.
The Fish philosophy (or simply Fish) is a way of creating an atmosphere full of inspiration and motivation. This was created by Jonh Christensen and it was literally based on how the employees of Seattle’s Pike Place Fish Market perform in their work. It has 4 key concepts.
- Make their day
- Be there (for workers)
Choose your attitude
The Fish philosophy was first introduced to use about 3 years ago. After that, we were encouraged to have Fish within our team at least once a month.
Due to the popularity of this topic, you may just Google it for more information.
After going to the wake of Eden’s dad last August 21, Ronald, She, Emie, Karen and I decided to have dinner at Teriyaki Boy. They are a happy bunch hehe. Sa tuwa ko sa kanila, nalibre ko pa sila wahahaha. We feasted on tofu steak, chicken teriyaki, beef, seafood (I forgot what it’s called in the menu :p), yakimeshi rice and bottomless iced tea.
Because we were so full and can’t stand up right after the meal, we stayed for a while and exchanged stories. I’m glad that we have times like these. It allows us to make friends with new people.
Oh by the way, the other ladies are also fond of taking pictures haha. With matching poses pa yan ha.
Now, I’m looking forward to our girls’ night out yihee!
Trivia: Teriyaki Boy is a Japanese restaurant founded by Gerwin Espino, who was a former service crew. More info here.