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I've been here a few times now and cooked for them a few times. The first thing I cooked was BBQ ribs. Great reactions all the way around, with the plate being empty before anything else. Then some asking where it came from. I had one hold out that said they didn't want to try, but the plate was empty anyway.

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38 minutes ago, Pbchief2 said:

I've been here a few times now and cooked for them a few times. The first thing I cooked was BBQ ribs. Great reactions all the way around, with the plate being empty before anything else. Then some asking where it came from. I had one hold out that said they didn't want to try, but the plate was empty anyway.

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53 minutes ago, Pbchief2 said:

I've been here a few times now and cooked for them a few times. The first thing I cooked was BBQ ribs. Great reactions all the way around, with the plate being empty before anything else. Then some asking where it came from. I had one hold out that said they didn't want to try, but the plate was empty anyway.

Whatever you cook, make sure to include rice with the meal and you will be fairly safe.


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its nice that your in laws are open minded about trying a filipino food(specially rice) my in-laws and husband dont like our plain rice i always need to fried the rice with special ingredients so they can eat it..or maybe im just not a good cook lol ..they are asking me make filipino food for Thanksgiving..any suggestion guys? i already think of lumpiang shanghai and leche flan as they dont want a heavy meal/rice 😂😂

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Just now, Randyandyuni said:

I like it all, but my family enjoys Lumpia, Pancit, Puto, Star Bread (sorry don't know the real name). Just remember if fish - No Heads/Tails

thank you so much for the reply..there will be only 15 people in Thanksgiving..we wont held Thanksgiving in our house but in my mother in-law house so she invited us and ask me to make filipino food..i know them well when it comes into seafood specially shrimp i always got the heads and the rest are for them lol so im aware...guess lumpia and leche flan would be fine? 😊😊

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Rice is king) I am slowly converting the boss to brown rice...Less starch. Better for you as you get older. Like trying to make the Pope Lutheran.....


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