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The Guys' Entertaining The Ladies On Father's Day

FATHER'S DAY CELEBRATION...

Yes, this is my overdue post, this special day was long over.... please forgive my "not-so-current" posts.  It is quite difficult for me to put up current posts especially I am away from home....

On this special day, my sister invited a few friends over to have fun and laughter.  We cook a simple few dishes and the more complicated ones were bought from a nearby Asian restaurant.  This time round, we had something different, we carried the big TV out to the garden!  We let the men entertain us instead.... LOL... let them have a blast while we ladies laughed our hearts out...
Part of the food served for 10 people....
Salted ribs.... a complicated dish... 
Not the ladies' doing, of course.. LOL.. 
Orange chicken...also from the restaurant 
while the rest of the dishes below were prepared by the ladies...
Curry Chicken...
Vegetables with beef...
Fried rice...
Fried noodles...
Lumpia... a Filipino dish...
Desserts is a Must!
And the entertainment began....
They have one special spectator!!
Men just wanna have fun too!!

Comments

  1. Oh yum,everything looks so delicious!☺

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  2. The men sure enjoyed themselves. Yummy spread.

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  3. everyone must have enjoyed themselves a lot! food looks good!

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  4. Karaoke? You did not steal the show meh? Lumpia is our popiah, deep fried. It is also called lumpia in Indonesia. Food looks so good and what lovely tarts you all had! Yumssss!!!!

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  5. All the food sure look good! Was the dog singing along with the men too?

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  6. Wow! Looks like so much fun! And what a feast! The dog looks entertained too lol.

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  7. the dog wanna join in the singing too! foods look good and yummy!

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