Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Kwentong Canton

I realized that Rama was spending way too much time at her Papi's house after this exchange:

Me: Rama, I can make you brocolli tonight! Would you want that?
Rama: Can you make... pancit canton?

And from what I know of his household, the pancit canton there is more the Lucky kind.

11 comments:

bexieville said...

Naku, hehe, my dad used to say walang nutrition in food like that thats why we're not supposed to have them pero kasi u can't help yourself, just like chicharon =D

Nice said...

masarap talaga ang lucky me pansit canton. but it's not recommendable kasi may mga preservatives ng kahalo un.

Jen said...

I love your blog! Your Rama is laugh-out-loud, the real thing. =)
Curious, where in Toronto do you get Lucky Me (and the like) pancit canton?!

P said...

Hi, bexieville! your dad is absolutely right. but it's true, it's so good.

Hey, nice! i guess it's ok, ocassionally.

Hi, Jen. Pinoys here get their supply from Filipino stores - lots all around, but more in Scarborough. Also, Chinese groceries - they carry the usual Pinoy stuff like Mama Sita, Maggi, Knorr, Lucky Me, Milo, Sky Flakes, etc. There's one store in front of Canadian Tire on the Danforth.

rachel said...

hi poch! i love your blog.. i think nabasa ko lahat ng entries mo, as in hanggang november 2006 haha.. it made me up until my night sgift is over.. ang cute ng daughter mo.. swerte mo sa kanya hehe...

you two always take care :)

P said...

hello, Rachel! Thanks for dropping by. Glad to hear you got through your night shift entertained. I like your blog name. Life is indeed fun fun fun! That's the spirit! Cheers!

cherry said...

hi rama! how are you na?

hi ate poch! i love reading your blogs.. kaaliw! :-) advance happy happy! :-)

P said...

uy, thanks, cherry! we're good. watching cirque this weekend. :)

mtan said...

Hey Poch, happy birthday! Just saw the notice on Socky's blog.

christine said...

Belated Happy birthday Poch!! Hope you had a wonderful day. What did you guys do? Was Cirque part of the celebration? :)

P said...

Thanks, Mila!

Hey, Nena! Thanks much. Yes, cirque was part of the day. I treated Rama and myself to that. Later in the evening, it was an adult-only event, a drag show. And coincidentally, the city hosted an all-night art crawl. Got home at 2am. It was all good. :-)