October 23, 2010

It's Friday once again. How time flies. So today am in again for a food trip post which is what I cook last more than a month ago. It was a crispy pork chop and a chicken partnered with steamed rice and chicken gravy over it.

It was not actually a typical type of cook how this served as DH prefers broiled one. But during that time, he likes the fried one. And so I deep-fried the meats with olive  cooking oil as for a low cholesterol and some other benefits an olive cooking oil possess. What a relief to have cooking oil as we won't worried about typical cooking oil has. 

Alright, so it is your time to share what has been your food trip this day, what is it? ;-) You may like to share your yummy food trip though. And so, have a great Friday and happy food trip!


  1. Cheerful said...
    looks yummy...just thought now of having a pork chop for dinner one of these days! :) sharing with you my tomato pesto pasta salad...try it. happy weekend! :)
    MommyLES said...
    perfect to at softdrinks c:
    FoodTripFriday said...
    Oily overload yan sis ah, may pork chop na may fried chicken pa! :D
    ☆♥Shydub♥☆ said...
    Wala nku luto luto ani karya. tapul ko himu sa mashed uy from scratch mn.

    Cacai M. said...
    Hi Cheerful, will visit your pesto pasta salad then.. :)

    @ MommyLes, aw oo.. soft drinks talaga katapat nito.. :-D

    @ Mommy Willa, oo nga.. buti nlng olive oil ang cooking namin, if not, ooh my.. :-D

    @ Karya, mao jud eh.. kani nuon akoa, ga-buy nko 'ron og naa sa box or sa pouch ky i-mix nlng dayon, dli na hago, kato jud saona ky from scratch jud.. kakuti mn oi..

    Thanks food trippers, will visit yah soon.. muahhh!
    Mel Avila Alarilla said...
    Yes, it's great to cook your favorite pork chop and fried chicken in olive oil instead of the regular vegetable oil. There is less cholesterol and olive oil is good for the body. Thanks for the yummy post. God bless you all always.

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