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December 2, 2009

Fangupo Family Thanksgiving Feast

No one knows how to cook like my in-laws, the Fangupo's....after being in this family for 7 years, I can't think of anyone else who's cooking is better (sorry Mom & Dad, but I know you probably agree w/ me.... hahaha) This Thanksgiving was no different.... we didn't have the whole family here like we usually do, but we still went all out, I mean crab, roasted pig, lu pulu, turkey, stuffing, kumala, gravey, and Tina's delicious desserts.... we all met @ mom & dad's house and grubbed until we couldn't breathe anymore.... why is it that we always eat like that?? Probably cause the food is SOOOOOOO delicious!






This year was a special year for us too because we got to celebrate it w/ our little brother Sau...he's been away for the past 3 years, so to have him home for the holidays was so nice!

Sau feeding Filimone...helping him crack the paka....


Uncle Po showing the puaka he just roasted w/ Ova for Ma...


3 comments:

Ray and Kass said...

Looks yummy!!! :) LOVE Thanksgiving

IONGI FAMILY said...

Love family time!!! What awesome inlaws u have!!!

Fiona and Hoko Tuakoi said...

You ain't lying about your inlaws knowing how 2 cook!! :D Love their cooking & LOVE Tina's desserts, too!! :D Now I'm craving some paka!! Lol. Glad you guys had a GREAT Thanksgiving. :D