Orson Wells once said "Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.”
Oh well, at the rate "my president" is doing - I would not dare ask what I can do, I was really more interested in my lunch...and dinner.
I dare not miss the puso, the kalderetang kanding, sinugbang nokus and the new kare-kareng seafood.
Lechon, masi and budbud and Jollibee combo. Then I also tried pizza overload at SM Seaside's Pitstop. What is another word for yummy?
There was sinugba, utan mongos with tuno, lanzones (ahhh!), and budbud kabog.
Can I bring some to go? Please...
Lechon pa more!! Seashells I wished to bring to Canada, crabs galore and tihi-thihi (which I did not taste).
“There is no love sincerer than the love of food.”
~ George Bernard Shaw