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Rainy Thursday Dinner

Its been raining non-stop today and some parts of Metro Manila especially Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard, V.Mapa, Taft Avenue and Espana Boulevard were flooded. Some schools suspended their classes as early as 3pm so that the students and teachers can go home early.

I think that this is going to be a rainy year so time to use rain boots and raincoat and invest in a durable umbrella.



And since its a rainy day, I prepared corn soup and pritong liempo. The corn soup was made with white native corn and malunggay leaves. So healthy! The pritong liempo, was oily delicious- hahaha. At least, great ang partnership nila. :)





So what did you eat for dinner tonight?



p.s.
I think I want to cook monggo and danggit tomorrow night. :)

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