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Old Today, 07:24 AM   #38
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Originally Posted by jeepdad View Post
The family requested my Lumpia for dinner tonight. They just wanted lumpia but it's more of a side dish. So, gonna make some kind of Asian salad, lumpia and whatever leftovers are in the fridge.

I make the lumpia with leftover pulled pork and it's damn good. Will serve with a couple dipping sauces. A orange marmalade one and a Thai dipping sauce. Making Baked Alaska for dessert.
You make the lumpia.

I always viewed that as an assembly line operation like tamales are.

But like I did with tamales I may have to try my hand at it. Coming here to Al has left me cuisine lacking in some areas. We learned tamales while in Tejas but I have seen no Filipino influence anywhere around and I miss lumpia.

Plenty of Korean here tho... thanks to the Hyundai plant.

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