Auntie Mary’sPosted by Stephanie Co & Todd Smith on Saturday, March 15th, 2008
Tags for this Article: adobo, catering, filipino, food, lumpia, misua, share
One of the many perks working for IB has definitely been around people who has a passion for great well-cooked authentic food. A while back, I had mentioned to both Mark and Ben that I have an aunt who creates magic in the kitchen. Finally on Wednesday, I was given the opportunity to prove my statement as we feasted on these delicious dishes: Adobo, is chicken made with vinegar and soy sauce, a popular dish from the Philippines; Eight Treasure Chicken, hails from Shanghai is sticky rice with meat and vegetables stuffed in chicken; Shanghai Lumpia, is a deep fried pork with vegetables rolls; Misua, is a what we call a ‘Birthday Noodle’ with shrimp, egg, mushrooms, etc. from the Fujian province of China; and Talong, made with eggs and eggplant from Philippines.
Thanks to Mark and Ben for allowing the staff to experience the culinary delights of Auntie Mary!