Last year, we went to Port O' Call in San Pedro, Ca to celebrate her birthday. We had their San Pedro style shrimp and potatoes, crabs and lobsters! This year, we decided to do a simple dinner at home. My aunt cooked her special Korean BBQ spare ribs and Pancit which is a Filipino noodle dish. We always have Pancit or some type of noodle dish at birthdays because our culture believes the noodles symbolized long life...and we want lola to live longer ^_^
Pancit with beef, liver and veggies and what not. I don't mind the other weird and unknown stuff in it. It was delicious and best eaten right off the wok. My aunt used this super old and beat up wok that we have had for yeeaars! Everything we cook in it always comes out awesome, I swear!
Grape leaves kimchi and the traditional Cabbage kimchi.The grape leaves was more spicier than the cabbage and it was bit bitter. It was interesting but I prefer the cabbage better!