Congressman TJ Cox talks Filipino food, heritage and why he decided to run

Congressman TJ Cox talks Filipino food, heritage and why he decided to run



you ever have champurrado jumperado that's fun I don't have the song huh I read one guy that did jump her out of it but yeah and so oh yeah no it's uh which is really you know it's like chocolate rice and that was a one of the breakfast favorites that my mom used to make so we're here at uh Kelly watt here in the wharf Ellie well if there's $2 for left and this food is Filipino food that's a little little left of the normal is that as I put it the thing is what absolutely don't do is skip on food when we had a case my aunts and uncles like he does and he says what would come over and be a to keep Filipino beef it's amazing to see you know what rate pants eat this the size of this table right for half a dozen people oh my gosh here your staff pulse up here your mom Lola really it's dollar for grandmother I don't know if I ever told about that that wasn't really her name either this is such a nice early procurement and it just fits your so long I don't you've heard the story about you know why I'm here as separate ogress right after World War Two in the in denilla my grandmother you've noticed that they were this group of segments or US troops that were being discriminated against and so she took it upon herself to open the first and the only social club her out in Manila my mom saw that we inherited that that the gene have working for others and became one of the state Nevada's first equal opportunity officers and that's what I tried to do is remember cars make a difference for the people I represent so the Deaf adobo is not quite not quite what you'd expect you usually get chicken porridge you know in one of the towns that I wrote that Delano and they have a great Filipino weekend there within the cook-off never babies moms and fellows right yeah as their own it over recipes that they spent on her dumb wife she's Irish from Montana there's some of the best Doughboy I've had so she's actually she will actually be the entrance in the dough of good you know I'm superstitious Filipinos are a little bit there's a lot of lot of superstitions about eating and just general etiquette me never ever put the elbows on the runnable on me and again we drop the spoon or cork that means either weapons the male visitor or female visitor I laugh goes you know that one yeah these folks in the Philippines say they have the third eye which gives them a sort of supernatural they sure know all sorts of things and the three-eyed Raven I can see everything certainly assert about their diet that's what we need around here certainly I need a third eye around here

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