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Merry Christmas

Posted Dec 24 2009 12:00am
My family and I usually eat out during Christmas Eve most especially when dad was still alive. It has always been a tradition every year. As the years go by, we still do eat out but with less people. Some of my siblings have other activities at church and for this year's Christmas Eve dinner, it's only me, my mom, my brother Anthony and his wife Christine. We had a buffet dinner at Senju, a Japanese restaurant at the Edsa Shangri-La Plaza Hotel. This is actually the first time I brought my camera to take food photos at the restaurant. I was using flash at first but I noticed that some people were looking at me, so I decided not to use them. Here are some random photos of the food, but not all, that we had for tonight.

Cucumber Salad

Edamame - My favorite

My Teppanyaki Plate


Ingredients for the Sukiyaki

There's nothing green on this plate. :D Other dishes in random order: agedashi tofu, chicken karaage, grilled gindara, prawn tempura, chicken terriyaki, tofu and radish stew.

Chicken Teppanyaki

Agedashi Tofu


Japanese Sake Wine Jelly (it looks like black sesame seed jelly with red beans to me)

Green Tea Chocolate Fondue

Green Tea Mousse

Coffee Jelly

Banana Zen Zai

While Christmas is commonly associated with family and friends, food and gifts, Christmas trees and lights and other activities, the most important part of Christmas is the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Have a meaningful and hopeful Christmas to everyone.

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