Photo #185: July 4
Finally ate somewhere along Lilac Street with my family! Savored our last lunch together before tomorrow’s flight. On the table: crispy itik, laing, pork sinigang, grilled tuna belly, ginataang puso ng saging (banana blossom), pork sisig, grilled cheesy squid (super delish huhu), and garlic rice. Dunno when my folks and brother will visit again, but I think they got their fill of Filipino dishes. #bittersweet
Photo #183: July 2
This is most likely the last home-cooked viand we’ll be having together as a family. My folks and brother will be leaving on Thursday, so every moment is precious huhu! Thank you for cooking our favorite Filipino food, Kate!!!
Photo #166: June 15
My brother misses isaw so much, so it’s our second consecutive isaw night! Perfect with spiced vinegar…and rice hahaha =p
p.s. he said that sometimes, they can buy isaw for a dollar a stick in the US! So expensive!
Photo #97: April 7
Was surprised that my sister is here for the weekend, which means, I have real food at home! Well, she did not cook these, but at least I have someone who can go out and buy food. Busy incentive-filled weekend!!!
Photo #214: August 2
I ate so much food in Davao that I thought I have lost my appetite, but no! Sinigang is my weakness…errr one of my weaknesses hahaha! Thanks to my sister for cooking this!! ❤
Photo #112: April 22
Had a hearty Filipino dinner with some special friends. Missing you already!!! Thank you for the time. :-*
Photo #52: February 21
Satisfied another indulgent sinigang craving. Indulgent because it’s from Max’s. I was supposed to order from a Lilac Street restaurant, but apparently they have a certain time period for it, so I ended up Googling “sinigang delivery in the Philippines.” Although a bit expensive – their minimum for delivery is P500 – I’m glad to have added Max’s in my list of dining establishments that accept online credit card payments. 😀