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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Mango float

Last Sunday hubby and I went to the supermarket for groceries and found this mango on the shelves. It was kind of cheap since in other times it cost $1 but that day it cost it only 50cents each. So I grab six pieces because I was planning to make a mango float that day. Pero di ba pag bumili tayo nang manga sa Pinas talagang sinisimhot natin hehe kasi we can identify that the mango is sweet pag may amoy na matamis. But this kind of mangoes don't have any smell at all. So I decided not to make the mango float that day because of the mangoes. Today hubby grab one and tried it jeez it is still sour. I just hope that maybe for the next two days they will become sweet although they looks sweet and ripe already. 

4 comments:

Weng Forsgren said...

kalami tan awon sa mangga oi. asa man pod na nga country gikan. It looks ,manggang cebu. I love mango float, kadtong nanguli mi nagdala jud mi daghan dessert sa beach including manggo float.
basin motam is na na next week kim.

Mom of Four said...

Baka manggang Mexico yan Manang Kim, kasi minsan maasim ang mangga dun eh. Iba talaga ang mangga sa atin, ibang klaseng katamisan, wahhh..miss ko na talaga umuwi.

Manang Kim said...

Hi weng la gyud kaayo siya ning tam-is maski ug hapit na gyud sya ma over ripe. Kini nga manga gikan daw ni sa Mexico lahi ra gyud sa atong manga PInas nga tam-is kaayo.

Manang Kim said...

Mommy rose mangang mexico nga, kahit na over ripe maasim pa rin. Sa tantiya ko kasi hilaw ito na kinuha nila tapos pina-pack pa punta dito sa US kaya hinde maganda ang pagkahinog iba kasi pag kinuha sa puno na malapit nang mahinog.

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