October is a busy month in our family when it comes to birthdays. On the first week of this month, my brother celebrated his birthday. My grandmother threw a party on the second week for her 79th birthday---it also became a family reunion of some sort. A cousin and an uncle also had their birthdays on the second week but both were out of the country. By the third week, another cousin had her birthday; yesterday was my sister's birthday and this weekend, I'll be having mine. To all celebrators this month, here's a cholesterol-free pancit canton for longer life...it has all the goodness of tofu and fresh veggies. Don't wrinkle your nose, this tastes so good you wouldn't notice it's meatless.:p
Join us at Food Trip Friday
miss home cooked pancit canton, this looks yummy!
Psst, psst... pansit! Yan ang aking ultimate favourite noodle dish. Meatless or otherwise, I'm sure it is yummy in the tummy!
By the way, I'd like to wish you a very happy birthday! Here's a plateful of yummy pansit for you for long life, good health and happiness.
Uy okay to...I remove the meat when I eat pancit canton kasi :) Visiting from FTF!
The Twerp and I
Your meatless pancit canton looks yummy. I should try whipping up that birthday dish at home. Happy FTF! Here's my entry: http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2011/10/food-trip-friday-crustasia%E2%80%99s-thai-shrimp-house/
Yummy at healthy pa!
here for FTF! Hope you can visit and follow...
Wow, very healthy pancit nga ito.. pang-long life talaga!
Hopping from Food Trip Friday.
Never tasted pancit canton for quite sometime already. That one in the pic looks really yummy! I love it when it has lots of veggies.
Happy Birthday to all members of your family who celebrated their birthday!!!
Post a Comment