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Good Old Times and Bright New Beginnings

What better way to spend a friday evening but with good friends.

We decided to have a little get together dinner at Kulinarya. It was too bad there were a couple of people who couldn’t make it that night…

Our dishes:

Bangus Belly
Fatty bangus belly topped with mozzarella.

This is one of the new dishes of Kulinarya. It was actually pretty good. I said i wasn’t going to eat rice (talk about lack of self control!) but the fish just wasn’t the same eaten alone.

Pork Riblettes

These pork riblettes were so tender hubby finished the half rack before i knew it

bone licking good!

After dinner, we headed for SGD’s usual night cap
Old Fashioned Glazed Doghnut

I love this simple pastry

we all got to reminiscing the time when we rented a 3 room apartment so that we could all review for the boards. At that time, our innovative friend JMAG gathered marshmallows and chocolates from the ref to make some smores

everyone smiled at the memory of all the silly things we did…some things never change

On the contrary, this month, my favorite coffee company had chosen bring into their stores the new logo they unveiled at the start of the year to celebrate their 40th anniversary.

This is the 4th version of the company’s logo since its beginning in 1971

Apparently the changes represent the company’s move to drop the boundaries of it’s business and grow into new areas.

and just like Starbucks the SGD friends seem to be moving out of their boundaries and establishing themselves in their own niche…such a wonderful thing indeed to have good friends on their way to happiness and success!

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March 26, 2011 - Posted by | Affair to remember, Gastronomic experience | ,

4 Comments »

  1. for someone like me who’s in a city with few non-halal restaurants, that pork riblette plate is just an eye candy!

    Comment by docgelo | March 29, 2011 | Reply

    • Hi Doc! Im sure you have your fill of delicious food there! Keep on posting! =)

      Comment by mrs lavendula | March 30, 2011 | Reply

  2. this post made me homesick 😦
    i miss bangus and the pinoy-made ribs and fried rice…

    Comment by anne | April 23, 2011 | Reply

  3. Remembering the old days with good food and nice friends is really something.
    Keep eating hehhhhhh love you

    Comment by Mom | May 11, 2011 | Reply


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