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    House warming cook out, Filipino Style...






    Thanks to Singer and is help with putting the new grill together, my Wife Margie and I had the family over for a cook-out. We showed them the new home and had a great day talking about past family get togethers..






    Margie topped off the cook-out with her very own Lechon. Lechon is Filipino for "Roast Pig" it is the Philippines National Dish and can be found on nearly every street corner or nearby...






    It was delicious, as most of Margies Cooking is.
    She also prepaired one hell of a "Sweet and Sour Fish" using a whole Red Snapper......No Singer, it wasn't filleted, it was the head and all...LMAO
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    Re: House warming cook out, Filipino Style...

    Yummy...that looks awesome, Ned. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. You're a lucky man; you found a good woman.
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    Re: House warming cook out, Filipino Style...

    "boognish" wrote:
    Yummy...that looks awesome, Ned. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. You're a lucky man; you found a good woman.







    Yes I did boogish, Thanks..





    Here is Margie and my Sister Mary, standing ready to feed the troops..








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    Re: House warming cook out, Filipino Style...

    I worked for a Chef, back in my restaurant days, who moved here from the Philippines. I often helped him on the side doing catering, "Fillipino style", as you put it. Damn good food. Has she ever made you Ginisang Munggo? Mmm...that's still a dish I cook up pretty frequently. If you like shrimp have her cook some up for you.
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    Re: House warming cook out, Filipino Style...

    "boognish" wrote:
    Has she ever made you Ginisang Munggo?






    If I remeber right, thats a type of Lentil Soup w/shrimp.....Yes I've had it, I love it.
    I really love the Filipino version of spring rolls...They call it Lumpia....God are they addicting... ;D


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    Re: House warming cook out, Filipino Style...

    "VikingNed" wrote:
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    Has she ever made you Ginisang Munggo?







    If I remeber right, thats a type of Lentil Soup w/shrimp.....Yes I've had it, I love it.
    I really love the Filipino version of spring rolls...They call it Lumpia....God are they addicting... ;D
    Damn, I'm really gettin' hungry now . Lumpia is good stuff; we usually served them as a side dish with a plate of Pancit, which, as you probably know already, is a dish of rice noodles with meat of your choice and some bok choy or cabbage, a little fish/oyster sauce, onions, garlic, and of course the mandatory red pepper flakes. Mmmm...

    That's it! I'm cooking a Philippino feast tomorrow night
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    Re: House warming cook out, Filipino Style...

    How about some Pansit & Lumpia????? Yummy!!!!
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    Re: House warming cook out, Filipino Style...

    lol, sounds like an a and b conversation!!!!
    anyway, what is it about a roasted pig that brings us all together.
    looked like fun.
    guess that little piggy should have stayed home!!!

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    Re: House warming cook out, Filipino Style...

    now i am hungry. too close to bed to eat.
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Ummm.....food...must have food....
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