Auntie Mary’s


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!


One Response to “Auntie Mary’s”

  1. Posted on May 5th, 2008

    I just gained 10lbs. reading that Steph. I LOOOOVE Chicken Adobo! Everything else sounds so nummy! :9

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