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American, Vietnamese And Filipino Food Party

GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN.... AND FOOD, of course!!
Ever since I came here, I have been to number of times of good company that comes with Fun and Good Food!  My sister have nice and wonderful friends in her area, shares the same interest and most of all, they are nice and sincere.  And what brings them together is always Food... getting together for a simple lunch, so they always say....

And we were invited to a Simple Lunch few days ago.... we thought it was really simple until we reached their place and saw a display of exotic mixture of American Vietnam Filipino food laid on the table... Yumsss... I was drooling already... Quickly I grabbed a paper plate and filled it up with the good food...
Mixed Pasta... 
Lumpia spring rolls...
Braised Beef...
Vietnamese rolls...
BBQ Pork Ribs... 
Pancit... *Fried noodles*
Filipino desserts!
Freeport Cakes...
Truly blessed with the joyful company and exotic food!
Cheers!!!

Comments

  1. Vietnamese and Filipino, I would like, that's for sure!

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  2. Wow, so abundant and so many different dishes! They all look so very good! This is a real treat for sure. Beautiful people and beautiful food.

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  3. I really love Filipino food. I had to stay at Manila for a whole week to discover that their dishes and desserts are very unique & niceeee!!! Mabuhay! Viva Manila!

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    1. Wow...then you must have tasted a lot of exotic food!

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  4. I go for the Freeport cakes. Everyone looks good in the photos!

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  5. Good friends and good food, I like!

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  6. I m drooling at those food! the Vietnamese roll are so stuffed until one of the rice wrapper burst!

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  7. Wow! Good friends and delicious food every time and every where!

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  8. I am drooling too looking at the food photos!! So much food! And great company as well.

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