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Project 365, Day 168: Father’s Day Lunch

Photo #168: June 17

Just a quick snap of our father’s day lunch. We opted not to go out because for sure, everywhere was/is still crowded. On the table: lumpiang shanghai, beef with broccoli, buttered chicken, and tofu with pork. Had these delivered from Foo Chow, one of the ever reliable food establishments near our house. Happy father’s day, papi! 

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Project 365, Day 154: Happy Birthday, Leo!

Photo #154: June 3

Belated birthday celeb of the boyfriend at Mi Dai Korean Restaurant! Since he had a 21-km run in the morning, he ate a lot!!! 

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2018 Project 365, Day 81: Mandi’s Adobo

Photo #81: March 22

My reward for all the adulting stuff I did today: garlic with adobo ahaha 😀 oh maaaan, an oldie but always a goodie! #keysieats

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2017 Project 365, Day 357: Hap Chan Marikina

Photo #357: December 23

Our fuel for today: fried chicken, kale with garlic, pork asado, and Yang Chow fried rice from Hap Chan! Burned what we ate by shopping and going around Ayala Malls Marikina!

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2017 Project 365, Day 351: Yellow Lantern Cafe Marikina

Photo #351: December 17

Tried Yellow Lantern Cafe along Lilac St., and maaaaan, our orders were filling and quite delectable! On the table: crispy binagoongan and “umaapaw in paellera.” Delicious and worth the prices!!! Definitely going back with my besties!!! ❤

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2017 Project 365, Day 303: North Park Ultimate Noodles

Photo #303: October 30

Accomplished a lot today, which made me think I could finish North Park’s ultimate noodles, but it was the other way around – the noodles finished me =p Good thing they allow noodle leftover takeouts!

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2017 Project 365, Day 106: Hungry Panda Food House Marikina

Photo #106: April 16

Happy Easter, happy eaters! Opted for a Chinese lunch with my loves as we tried Hungry Panda Food House Marikina. On the table: Yang Chow fried rice, buttered chicken, beef broccoli flower, and lechon kawali. My favorite’s the chicken, which looked dry, but was actually quite flavorful and had a nice crunch. I initially thought the beef broccoli was salty, but it got better as we munched on. The lechon kawali’s okay, but dry. We finished the rice! 3 hungry pandas, eh? We also loved their chili oil!!! I usually judge a Chinese restaurant by their chili oil, so good job, Hungry Panda! Great for groups! ^^

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