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What an ad!

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I was surfing on how to improve one’s career and I stumble into this one! I was like “Holy cow, what the heck is this?!!!” In a manner of utter confusion, I don’t know if which of my left or right hemisphere of my brain wasn’t working, so I just burst out laughing. But then I realized that this is not something like an ex-parte exclusive only for the enjoyment of the greedy capitalist rather it’s more for the average minimum-wager working his a** off individual but still doesnt get what he deserves. I was just overwhelmed and indeed there are better ways to get a job than crawling or I may say licking up your boss’s behind. Anyway you can read more about this by clicking this link:

http://www.boingboing.net/2007/04/09/goatse_ad_tells_you_.html

Realization:

Krishna (God) is the Supreme Provider. Whatever He gives to us we should be great full and whatever we do, we should always offer it to Him as an act of humility.

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Last Saturday was our lazy day:o) Radha Ramana and I decided to cook tofu barbecue, yeppeeyyy!!! This is one of his favorite tofu barbecue and he’s been annoying me for a month now to cook this, my god! Sometimes we got so familiar with our love ones and we forgot that they’re also a devotee of Krishna, so in order to rectify my forgiving thought 🙂 I did his request and keep in my mind that my fiance is also a devotee and that I have to do devotional service by serving him in order to please Krishna. For more mercy from the dear vaisnavas, heres the recipe and hope you will give it a try. Offer to HIM and serve this with love.

Tofu B-B-Q

Ingredients and Procedures:

3 cans of 15 oz tomato sauce

1/2 cup peanut butter

dice tofu (about 5 -6 cups) drained and deep fry it.

2 cups of dice pineapple, red,orange and yellow bellpepper, and cherry tomatoes

1 tbsp butter/ghee

2 tbsp of finely grated parmesan cheese

basil leaves

masala or mixed spices ( I usually mixed asofatedia, ginger powder, cumin powder, curry and chili powder for a pinch or two of each)

dash of black pepper

1 tsp sugar

bamboo skewers

Procedure:

1. Cut the tofu into desired thickness and size then drained and deep fry.

2. While frying the tofu, start the sauce. Put first the butter and if it’s hot enough then put the masala ( be careful not to burn the masala), then dumped the tomato sauce.

3. Put the remaining ingredients one at a time; peanut butter, basil leaves, parmesan cheese, sugar and black pepper and let it simmer for 10- 15 mins in low fire.

4. Put the fried tofu into the sauce and let it marinate overnight.

5. The next day before skewing the tofu start first the barbecue fire. Skew the tofu, bell peppers, pineapple and tomato in any order.

6. Now don’t forget to make a barbecue dressing while barbecuing it’s just a one is to one proportion: 1 cup of the barbecue sauce + 1 cup of oil. Coat the skewed tofu and the grill w/ the barbecue dressing before barbecuing in this way it will prevent it from sticking into the grill.

7. Now your ready to cook it and be careful not to burn it:)

Note: slice it thick enough so that it wont break when you put it on the bamboo skewer, same as the tofu but the tomatoes no need, justt skew it as it is. For the skewers, soak it in water for 30 mins so that it wont burn easily.

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