the food spread before the takeaway


this is where my last post was coming from, and this is where it will hopefully lead back three months from now. photo credits to c, who also baked the pastries 🙂






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  1. Guagua Girl says:

    man, oh man, oh man. i wish i could have joined you guys. that's a lot of good food (and i'm sure, wonderful conversation). what's the second photo of? is that asado? and the third? is that maja blanca? oh wait, no … is that the tropical chicken? 😀 the cake looks amazing, as well as the other pastries. what are those squares? something with raisin? dude, you gotta use captions so i'm not bugging you for descriptions! 😛

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  2. Betis Boy says:

    ha.ha. for your guidance and information, while i'm salivating again.
    1. chili crabs
    2. native pork asado (melts in your mouth tender, kay made “sinkutsa” the meat before she put it into the asado sauce)
    3. pangkabuhayan-showcase-sized tropical chicken
    4. pancit palabok with spaghetti noodles
    5. flourless choco cake with vanilla ice cream
    6. walnut and caramel and choco chip brownies
    7. saging at atis

    forgot to include the healthy veggie salad brought by l and the cake rolls brought by ln. (to be fair to us, we tried to be health-conscious and ate that salad as well. no diet coke though. sobra na yun na pagpapanggap) 😛

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  3. Guagua Girl says:

    Is that palabok from my favorite place near the betis church? What's the name of that place? Some future balikbayans are asking 🙂

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