Good Sam Women’s Group Activity

Date: April 22, 2017
Time: 11:30 am

Good Samaritan Women’s Group April Luncheon

April 22, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. at Villa Manila Restaurant

500 East 8th Street, National City, CA 91950  –   (619) 477-8512

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Got Questions? Please contact: Mimi Santos –

Cell: (858) 436-4446 call or text

OPEN TO ALL! – RSVP no later than April 21, 2017

Boodle fight is a Philippine military term for mess hall eating. Banana leaves are used as covering for any surface that can be used as a table. Food is laid out in piles and soldiers, officers and enlisted men alike eat together as a sign of camaraderie, brotherhood and equality.

Filipinos traditionally eat food with bare hands. It is a centuries old practice in Asia in general, and it is totally convenient for the traditional Filipino. If you want to have a try at it then you are very welcome to sample this eating method in a restaurant that allows just that – Kamayan. Kamay is the Filipino word for hand.

A short demonstration on how you will use your dominant hand a “spoon and fork” at the same time!

Open to all!

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