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Gloria Maris Part I

Double celebration for the family today. My nephew just graduated and it is his lolo's birthday, too.
We all trouped to Gloria Maris, Greenhills for lunch. All means more than several families so there's tons of nephews and nieces, two lolas and a lola plus cousins and aunts and uncles.


Steamed Suahe. Perfectly done. I can finish a whole plate of this except that daughter loves shrimp also.




Jellyfish. Another favorite of mine.



Steamed buns. Think round kua paos. Delish!


Suckling Pig. I call this the "evil pig!" Its yummy but a bit creepy since they will serve it to your table with its eyes blinking red! No kidding.


Broccoli With Crab. I love veggies and I love broccoli. However, shrimps and suckling pig are good for the health, too. ;)


 the kitchen goddess

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