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Pre-Mother's Day Celebration At Gloria Maris Part II

Here's what we ate:


Evil Pig! Look at those scary red eyes. On the other hand, this suckling pig is so GOOD. Crunchy and melts in the mouth skin. I'm drooling now!






Beef Medallions. I think that's what this dish is called. Did not taste this. Was concentrating on the pig. :D





Yang Chow Fried Rice. Good. But I don't find it flavorful anymore. Maybe I just ate too much pig. Hahaha.




Cold-Cuts Platter. Just got the century egg and the jellyfish. Yum!


Forgot the name of this dish. Mushrooms something? Hubby had tons of this but not me. I think I skipped this in favor of the pig. :D

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