Cecil's dont have a menu for cooked viands. youl just look and chose on the counter. when i first seen this dish on the chaffing dish, i first though of "caldereta" because of the ingredients, but its yellow colored and not the hint of red from the tomato sauce so i guess its curry. when my GF pointed this as her order, the staff asked to confirm our order "bakareta sir?"
"bakareta"? hmm? why they called it bakareta? its was ages ago when the last time i heard the term "bakareta". i guess, they call it "bakareta" to simply denote that the meat used is beef not goat. if you know why its called bakareta, pls add the story in your comment. thanx
HAPPY NEW YEAR once again to all of you.
Background of the Story:
When i first came to Cagayan de Oro, one of my agenda was to meet myGF's beloved friends in work and in our community (CFC Singles for Christ). It was August 2009 when i met her friends at work. a year later, i will meet them up once again. GF and her friends agreed to meet up at eight in the evening. thats why we left her home late, about five in the afternoon then strolled in Divisoria Night Cafe. Then we headed at Cecil's to have dinner so that when we met her - our should say - friends, it will be dessert time.
The first visit at Cecil's was last May of this year. its nearly infront of Ateneo de Cagayan - Xavier University. but this time, for this series, it would be on the different branch, the one beside Ateneo.
Photo herein is captured using
Canon Powershot A580 in
Corrales-Borja sts., Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental, Philippines
last 21st of August 2010