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September 25, 2009


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Aww!!! He's SO CUTE!!!

If you liked this book, you might like a bilingual book (English/Tagalog)titled Lakas and the Manilatown Fish by Anthony Robles.

Your boy is beautiful! Thanks for letting us know about Cora Cooks Pancit. Now I know what to get my godkids for their birthdays!

So cool! I'm working on a Filipino children's book too (not about cooking though). Maybe you'll read it to him when I have it published??

P.S. He definitely gets infinity pogi points!

Thanks for the recommendation. My brother and I grew up in the Philippines - where pancit was certainly one of our favorite dishes. So I just purchased this book for his kids. Maybe he'll make pancit for them.

hi marvin!
baby lumpia is so cute!!!!!!

i just got that book a few months ago at Eastwind Books in Berkeley (I collect Filipino American lit)...very cool that you featured it in this post.

my favorite type of pancit is bihon - i'm not too fond of canton noodles, but i know some people like to make pancit with two types of noodles.

re: Gina's comment, there is another excellent book also by Tony Robles called "Lakas and the Makibaka Hotel".the illustations are cool, it's bilingual (English and Tagalog) and you also learn some Filipino American History.

One last thing, you might want to check out this book for future reading with your son, "Willie Wins" by Almira Astudillo Gilles. It's about baseball, the generation/cultural gap between a Filipino American boy and his dad.

Baby Lumpia looks so tall! =)

Omigosh, Marvin, he looks JUST LIKE YOU. Straight-up binary fission, man. (okay, maybe budding, as he is smaller...) He is so cute!!
I am sure he is in for a world of deliciousness... just as long as you can keep him peeled away from the television!

Such a cutie!!! Oh you must be so proud! I can see you in him! Aaaaw!

I'm going to look for this book here...sounds like a great book for kids!

He is just absolutely adorable! So happy to finally see a picture. And he looks so long!

Aww, what a cutie!

Pogi, indeed! I also love his outfit!

I'm gonna get this book for my boys, who will hopefully become better cooks than their mama (baking's more my forte).

@Gina and caninecologne - thanks for the book recommendations as well!

Thanks for reviewing CORA COOKS PANCIT. This book was written for kids like yours to help celebrate Filipino culture & pass down the recipes. Salamat Po!

i would just like to say what a delight it is to read your blog. and you have such great food ideas and now Cora Cooks Pancit. What a great book for my kids.thank you for sharing your world.

btw, baby lumpia is so adorable :)

hello! :)

your baby is so cute, where did he get his pogi points?

Thanks MzPCandii.

Thanks for the recommendation, Gina! I'll definitely look into finding that book!

Thanks Vicky. I'm sure your godkids will love the book.

Hey Krizia! So awesome that you're writing a children's book. I'll definitely read it to my kid when you get it published. You should look into Shen's, since they specialize in Asian-Am children's books.

I'm glad you purchased the book, Krista. Your brother's kids will definitely enjoy it, as well as the pancit recipe.

Hey caninecologne! Very cool that you collect Fil-Am lit. And thanks so much for more great book recommendations.

Thanks ts! Yes, he's getting even taller!

Thanks actors diet.

Hey there good Doctor Mark. I have no idea what this fission is you speak of, though I suspect it's something sciency. And I don't know how easy it will be to keep him away from TV, considering I spend so much time in front of it myself.

Thanks joey! We are very very proud!

Thanks Heather. He's growing every day!

Thanks bagito.

Thanks so much, Dee. His mother loves the outfit as well.

Thanks so much for leaving a comment, Dorina. You've written a great book for all of us!

Hi emilie. Thanks for the kind words.

Hi Olive. I'd say he gets his pogi points from both parents;)

Awww, little lumpia is soooo cuuuute! Congrats again to you and the missus.

And congrats again for the Foodbuzz award. You're the funniest blogger I know. Heck, it was your humor that got me reading about Filipino food in the first place.

baby lumpia is precious! congrats!

your boy is so cute! thanks to your blog, Reade got me Cora Cooks Pancit for Christmas =) after I read this post I kept talking about how I wanted to childrens book for myself and low and behold someone was listening so thanks!

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