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Yummy foods galore!

Buttered cream dory with crispy eggplant, bakchoy and soy with coriander rice.
Here are the delicious foods I was able to eat during my two days of seminar at the Makati Shangri-La. It was a feast for both the eyes and the stomach! I still get hungry looking at their pictures...



Coconut creme brulee with mango puree.

Banana toffee pudding with coconut ice cream and fresh cream.

Oriental chicken wings and slice of baguette topped with scrambled egg and cucumber.

Garlic chicken wrapped in pita bread.

Blueberry Danish breads.

After the seminar, we went to Max's in Bluewave, Macapagal Avenue to have dinner. It was raining hard and our bodies need something to warm up a bit. Almost everything that we ordered were spicy... it sure did warm us up.

Spicy sizzling chicken

Sinigang na tuna belly.

Spicy gambas con alige. (Sinful but delicious!)

Sizzling spicy tofu.

Max's famous fried chicken.

Maki rolls from the Japanese restaurant across Max's.

Now, I have to sweat out every bit of calorie that I have accumulated in two days.

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