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How to make beef tapa

Beef tapa can come in several ways —as lunch boxes, sandwiches, frozen bulk purchases, etc.—so you have a number of business options. I so love beef tapa from Jollibee -- it's the best (just me speaking) ;) Very, very tasty and the meat is so tender. Last month, I tried this one with matching fried rice and egg.

Materials needed:
Meat pounder, P50 (I also use meat tenderizer)Stainless steel bowl, P150Plastic container, P50Frying pan, P2001 kg. lean beef (beefsteak cut, round, or rump), sliced ¼ inch thick, P250SaltGround black pepperSugar2 tbsp. finely chopped garlic½ tsp. MSG2 tbsp. distilled white vinegarSoy sauce (optional)Vegetable oil

Getting started:
Use the meat pounder to tenderize and thin out the meat.Place the meat into the stainless steel bowl, together with salt, pepper, sugar, chopped garlic, MSG, white vinegar, and 3 to 4 tablespoons of soy sauce. Mix well.Transfer everything to a plastic container, and let meat marinate for about 12 hours in the refrigerator. Remove an…

Hand-Painted Pots

Gardening is one of the fastest growing pastimes in most places. For the entrepreneur seeking to capitalize on the huge demand for garden-related products, look no further than starting a business that creates and sells one-of-a-kind, hand-painted clay gardening pots. More and more people are searching for unique and interesting ways in which to display their flowers and shrubs, so why not create extraordinary planting pots for these consumers and start making money. Simply purchase clay planting pots from a local wholesale company and paint and decorate the pots with unique, interesting and colorful themes and designs. Once completed, the flowerpots can be sold in various ways, including directly to specialty retailers and garden centers on a wholesale basis and to residential and commercial interior decorators and garden planners. You can also sell them by renting a sales table at a local craft show or flea market, or by putting the on the internet.

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