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A Foodtrip Birthday Celebration

Daughter celebrated her birthday recently and I think I gained 10 lbs from the week-long foodtrip ... lol

That's her, with the puffy cheeks while attempting to extinguish the flame from the birthday candle.


Actually, her wish was already granted prior to making her wish ... I think ...


Steak from Everything At Steak. With mashed potatoes and gravy.


Dinner at CPK. She had her fave pizza and spicy pasta.



Chocolate Spreads.


Dinner at her favorite Korean restaurant- Sariwon. That's us- doing a selfie. ;)


Birthday dinner at Kettle- wish granted! With her favorite fried chicken and tower of potato strings. You can read about my previous post about Kettle here.


Gelato at Morelli's.


Crepe Samurai at Chef Jessie, Rockwell Club. Thank you Chef Jessie for the treat. :)



Happy birthday !!! I love you to infinity and beyond !!! :)

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  1. happy birthday! wow to all that food, i wish i could do that on my birthday, week long ang saya!

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    1. thank you. her birthday was like a week-long food fiesta. i even forgot to mention that she and her classmates had a J.Co feast :)

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