3 (Mon) October 2016
-One Serendra, Taguig-
with the In-Laws
When I got home from work, the MIL presented me with a plate of boiled beef.
In addition to eating the beef, I enjoyed the privilege of hearing her epic tale about buying and preparing it — and then I went to the other stall, and they had better meat, but it was a bit more expensive, but I had trouble converting the currency in my head, but it’s still seemed cheaper than Korea, not as good in quality of course, but much better than I’d expected, isn’t it?, isn’t it good??, isn’t it tender, try dipping it in the sauce, so be sure to buy your beef next time at that stall on the far left, not the right, the left, but not the one that also sells chicken, and when you get home, before you begin to boil it …