Monthly Archives: January 2014

Big Red Barn

At Fun Ranch,  Big Red Barn serves sumptuous food meal which is readily available upon order.  Just give them ten or  a few minutes to prepare.  This is what we ordered at Big Red Barn.

After the tiring unlimited rides,  the children were  starving  and ate  as fast as they could.   They feasted over the first  to serve food like  Spaghetti and Carbonara. And all these were gone in a few minutes even the next order was yet to be served.   They liked the red spaghetti though and carbonara.

And we added cups of rice to go on with crispy chicken.

 

And for dieting moms, us,  because we  live a healthy life style,  we ordered  Classic Caesar  Salad. 🙂

But we ordered another family  pizza..

And fries..

These young ladies were eating like princesses..

And moms were eating like queens..

In our messy face, in messy table, all the food were gone in a flash..

Check the website www.kidsrulehere.com  or email  funranch.bigredbarn@yahoo.com  for reservations and inquiries.

 

 

Thinking About Adopting Another Dog

I miss our pet dog so much. I adopted him since he was two months old and has been with us for almost five years. I felt kind of guilty thinking that I’ve given him up  when we’re already emotionally attached.    Next time I adopt again, I will make sure he’s gonna stay with us forever and will provide him a big backyard  and a home for himself.

if I will be adopting another dog  it would  be of  different breed, a sporting   or guard dog and  hire a  professional  for  house train and security.    Some people want their dogs  for family guard.     Please  click here  if you want to hire a  trainer for your  dog and have all the  necessary tools  for your  pet.   It  might be a little help  for a  better training  and  making  life  easier for  your dog.

Persimon Fruit

I  may  be a fool or ignorant  if  I  say  I  that  Googled  “how to eat  Persimon.’   Yes,  but I just did.

So what?   But that’s how I wanted to make sure I  won’t  trash the part that should be eaten and eat what should be trashed.    Since New Year’s Day,  every time I see the Persimon fruit in our table,  I’d always say,   “how to eat Persimon,”  and my kids  would comment..  “Just bite it”   sounding  like, “hey mom, are you serious?”  “Ma, please..”    I know they  are  just  making  a funny comment but yeah seriously,  I  really don’t know.

In most fruits like apple, pears, chico and more, I always eat the skin  because this part  contains  fiber, except of course  the common sense of  eating pineapple and coconuts.

Anyways,  here are some informative  facts about  Persimon.

The persimmon originally  came from  Japan and China but it is now grown in Italy and other Mediterranean countries, the Middle East and the USA.

Persimmons are the edible fruit of a number of species of trees in the genus Diospyros.   In color the ripe fruit of the cultivated strains range from light yellow-orange to dark red-orange depending on the species and variety.  The ripe fruit has a high glucose content. The protein content is low, but it has a balanced protein profile.    Persimmon fruits have been put to various medicinal and chemical uses.

Fact Sources:  Wikipedia, WikiHow