When I was a child, I always associated arroz caldo (literally, it means rice broth in Spanish) with getting sick.  It was our family’s chicken noodle soup.  As I grew up, I realized it was a good midday or afternoon snack.  And as more years went by, I was shocked that some people actually ate it for breakfast! 
If you ask me now, when I prefer to eat arroz caldo, it would be anytime! :)
** Arroz Caldo is a Filipino-style congee served with chicken.  It is actually the only Filipino congee I enjoy, because the other variations like, goto, actually has tripe and some innards — something I am not particularly fond of **

When I was a child, I always associated arroz caldo (literally, it means rice broth in Spanish) with getting sick.  It was our family’s chicken noodle soup.  As I grew up, I realized it was a good midday or afternoon snack.  And as more years went by, I was shocked that some people actually ate it for breakfast! 

If you ask me now, when I prefer to eat arroz caldo, it would be anytime! :)

** Arroz Caldo is a Filipino-style congee served with chicken.  It is actually the only Filipino congee I enjoy, because the other variations like, goto, actually has tripe and some innards — something I am not particularly fond of **

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