Pinoy talaga kami kahit saan pumunta, pag-kaing bahay ang hanap.
4. Pansit Bihon
When we are here in the US, we don’t go out to eat all the time. At least once a day, I cook something. But since we don’t have complete ingredients, I just whip up something from scratch. This pansit bihon has left-over breakfast sausages, veggies from salad, shrimps and lots of cilantro. I would like to think that my husband loved it because he ate a lot.
5. Fried Asparagus
One of my husband’s favorite food here in the US is asparagus. He likes them steamed and we usually pair them with pan-grilled steak for breakfast. One time I dipped them in battered egg, rolled them in corn starch with salt and pepper just to add a little taste. I fried them for a change. I didn’t know that my husband liked it. When we went back to the grocery, he got a pack of big fresh asparagus and he told me ang sarap daw nung ginawa ko nung isang beses. Nagustuhan pala nya kaya nagluto uli ako.
9. Isang platitong mani
While I was paying, the cashier asked the other restaurant staff nasan daw si manang, the older lady who also works there. The cashier (female #1) was standing some 5 meters away from female #2. There’s a huge kitchen island in the middle with upper food racks. Female #2 answered with a loud voice so she could be heard by the cashier.
Female #1——-“Saan ba nagpunta si ____?”
Female #2——–“Nag-break, nadun sa toilet, TUMATAE!”
Nay ko po, ipinaglakasan pa.