It’s been a while since my last update of this life without gallbladder blog.
Christmas was celebrated throughout the world and part of the celebration is the food that is served on the table. It’s a tradition of my wife’s family to have a lechon baboy (roasted pig) during Christmas eve. The roasted pig is the main dish, the main attraction to say.
Food Is Served, Let’s Eat!
One of my officemates treated the rest of us with a Calzone from a local pizza house, Ryan’s Pizzarelli House. It was ordered through phone and was delivered in the office during the afternoon snack time. It was a Throwdown Calzone, which was stuffed with beef, bologna, salami, chorizo bilbao, mushroom, green bell pepper, red bell pepper, and onion. It was my first time to eat a calzone, though I already eat a lot of pizzas before. And I can say it was good and delicious. So yummy. You can feel the melted cheese when you bite. You can taste the ingredients.
I saw this picture as I was checking my backup folder since our HP server died down. It was taken during the visit of the owner of the company, which I am connected, here in Cebu City, Philippines. We had our company lunch out at Choi City Seafood Restaurant. It served as a farewell lunch as our boss was scheduled to fly back to California, United States.