Daughter-the-eldest recently had a really cool project in her Texas History class. It was a multi-part project regarding groups of people who moved to Texas from other parts of the world. One portion of this project dealt with food made in particular countries/cultures.
The country she received was the Philippines. In a case of auspicious coincidence, I had just had a conversation with one of my students about her Filipino grandmother and her favorite dishes to make about two days before we were assigned this project.
So I was given a recipe and I made the dish for daughter-the-eldest to take to school for their class Tastes of Texas day. Oh, the heavenly smells! In all this I really never expected to find such a delicious and easy-to-make dish. Everyone in the family became a fan--so much so that tonight I repeated this recipe for our family dinner. You can find an easy version of it here if you care to try it yourself!
This month I will participate in the Slice of Life Challenge!
My goal is to Write. Share. Give. each & every day of March.
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