Thursday, January 28, 2010
10:30 PM | Posted by Patrick | Edit Post
Since Br. James is from Malaysia, he was well suited to pick the perfect place for our palates in China Town. When I saw the hanging ducks, brewing soups and chefs diligently at work in the kitchen, it was hard not to get excited about the dinner menu. One of the great attributes of a culturally diverse religious order is the exposure to different cultures; in short order, that means exotic food! I've been to several Chinese restaurants in my day, but this night ranks as one of the top in my culinary experiences. God bless our appetites and the cooks!
- Mercedarian Novice, photographer, humorist, handy-man, fence-builder, prayer warrior, lover of Eucharist and Blessed Mother and Holy Mother Church.
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