I had a small window Saturday between the end of my workday and the end of the serving of food at Nanay’s Kitchen.
Once or twice a month, Beth will prepare a standard meal, and for about ten dollars, you eat a variety of Phillippine foods. This month, the menu was:
- Pork Adobo (the real reason I go; this pork belly entree is amazing)
- Chicken Caldereta with Coconut milk and Peanut Butter
- Pancit (noodles)
- Lumpia (Beth’s famous egg rolls)
- Jasmine (rice)