Boodle Lovin’ :)

Hey there!

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to set-up your very own boodle fight at home 🙂

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So much better (and cheaper) than what they offer in the restos

Step 1: Select & cook all the elements — the more, the better! Ask each person in your group kung ano gusto nila kainin, be it seafood, meat, veggies, etc.

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Step 2: Don’t forget the condiments! Pwedeng soy with lemon (calamansi if available!), ensalada, kamatis with alamang, atsara, or my ultimate favorite ginisang ‘alubebe’ (bagoong isda) with red chili!

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Step 3: Time to set the table! You may plan on how you want the table to look-like (for picture-taking purposes) or better yet, go crazy and just dump everything altogether. 😉

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Step 4: Take more photos of your creation!

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Step 5: Finally, let go of the UTENSILS. Forget about POISE. Forget about DIET. Forget about FB & COC for a while. Just focus on the pile of delicious goodness in front of you.

EAT YOUR HEART OUT.

ENJOY EACH OTHER’S COMPANY.

WELL, JUST BE HAPPY. 🙂

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Step 6: Clean the table. When I say clean, do not leave anything uneaten. lol!

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BUUUUUUUUURRRRRRRP!

Here’s an extra tip — If you don’t have anything else to do after, take out a bottle of whiskey and get the party rollin’!

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HAPPY WEEKEND GUYS!!!

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