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Today is All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day holidays back in my home country Philippines and although we don’t really really celebrate it, it has been my family’s tradition to get together because November 1st is my dear father’s Death Anniversary. This year makes it 14 years already of us being fatherless. We missed our Papa so much but we’ll see each other again when Jesus comes.
Anyway, I am drooling over these foodies that my family back in Davao have been feasting on.
I and my older sister who’s currently in Japan are punishing ourselves from looking at these photos. We hate to miss the family get-together, but we can’t do anything about it. We can only hope to be there next time. Oh summer of 2014, I hope you will take us home! Lol.
My 258th of the 366
I got so thrilled when I saw my Ma and Pa-in-law’s vegetable garden in Las Vegas. It is what keeps them up each day and before we went, they’ve been telling us every time that their Malunggay and Camote Tops have been growing healthily. Too bad though that it’s so hot there these days so they really have to keep an eye on the plants– water them every morning and every evening. When I finally saw the pot of Malunggay at the backyard, I was all smiles. Why not, when it was as green and as soup-provoking (LOL) as this:
I was so tempted to pluck the stalk of leaves from it but I had to control myself. Ha ha ha. The husband reminded me that it’s still too little. And the SIL has assured me that she’ll buy me fresh ones from the Asian Store for my cravings to be satisfied. Sure enough, she did, and I was feasting on a Tulingan head soup that night:
Now that I am home, I keep on dreaming of having fresh malunggay around here. Gosh, this vegetable is just so good! And you know what, remember the post I did about my malunggay seeds purchased last month? Well, I planted them last week after we got back from our Vegas vacation hoping that they will live on me and the husband told me that sprouting approximately takes 7 days and today, exactly 7 days from when I put them in the pot, they have sprouted. Yay! I haven’t taken a picture yet but I will soon. I am so excited to see a growing malunggay around here and I hope I can harvest even for just once before winter comes. Good luck to me!
163rd of the 173/366 BPC