Picture Feature(d): Best for Christmas Eve Dinner

Excerpt from Best for Christmas Eve Dinner by Margie F. Francisco for SEAIR InFlight December – January 2010

The best place to eat Christmas Eve dinner is at home. I don’t really know too many people who go to our restaurants for noche buena. Most spend it at home and a lot of people actually pick up food from our restaurants. El Cirkulo for paellas, conchinillo, slow roasted beef belly with horseradish sauce; Milky Way Café for crispy hito (deep fried catfish), lechon kawali (three-week-old suckling pig), and Milky Way halo-halo (a local dessert of tropical fruits and beans served with crushed ice, milk and sweetener).”

– J Gamboa (Chef and owner, El Cirkulo and Milky Way; Director, Les Toques Blanches Philippines)

Milky Way Café Lechon Kawali (three-week-old suckling pig)

InFlight December-January 2010 Indulge page. Layout by Jocas A. See

Milky Way halo-halo (a local dessert of tropical fruits and beans served with crushed ice, milk and sweetener)

InFlight December-January 2010 Table of Contents page. Layout by Jocas A. See


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I would like to thank personally to Oggie Ramos on lending me his reflector and assisting me on that day of the shoot. Thanks, bro!

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About battlefield_man

Jocas A. See. Visual journalist. Visual communication designer. And a casual tourist

2 comments

  1. Ganda ng mga images, bro 😀
    My pleasure to assist THE Jocas See 🙂

    • battlefieldman

      Uy, ano ka ba, bro. Kung may budget kami, ikaw ang mag shoot n’yan. That’s why you were there to give me some options to play with. Anyway, thanks, bro! Sa uulitin, ha? =)

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