Sunday, February 21, 2010

Chinese New Year Dishes

Andy asked me whether next Sunday, that is the 15th day of Chinese New Year, will we have a closing meal like this one below.... he sure miss the home cooked food like this... I guess I have to learn up a few dishes from my SIL so that my kids will enjoy savoring them anytime they come back.. lol...


love this one best
especially eaten with fresh lettuce..

38 comments:

  1. cny is the day to gain weight hehehe
    just forget to keep fit... eat n eat

    keep fit after cny

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  2. Wah!!!!!!
    Yau mou gao chor?
    That is a real feast for kings nad queens!
    Must show this photo to my mum... Sure she will feel ashamed of her own 'masterpiece'...

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  3. holy moly!
    thats a table of storm! imagine me making that many dishes? impossible. I would give up after 1 dish! hahaha lazy me lah =)

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  4. Omigawd!!! SO MUCH food!!! How many people were there?

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  5. chvoon: keep fit? i think those words already deleted from my memory.. hahhahaa...


    mingna: dont la macam tu! u also put me to shame, i never cook those dishes leh...


    jen: actually i also cook one dish only, 2 dishes by own mum and others by SIL. :)


    stp: oh, i didnt count but definitely more than 10 less than 20.. hahaha...

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  6. What is this last photo dish call? Look like the steam popiah filling.

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  7. wow, so much food! i also like that dish :) my mil is really good at making it :D

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  8. gosh so much food. cant think so fast n far yet... i think eat porridge or salad would be good....

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  9. wow, so many dishes, cannot finish can call me for help....LOL!

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  10. wah...so many dishes...yea, if cannot finish also can call me..hehe...

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  11. mummuymoon: that one is a Must during cny, yeah, use lettuce to wrap up that sengkuang fillings!


    medie007: cny ma.. hahaa..


    barb: i must learn up also la.. only our mothers, MIL, seem to know how to cook..hehee..


    rachel: after all the big makan, yeah, must go for vegetarian for a few days...


    pete: sure sure..will send SOS!


    gab: u too! hahaha.. when coming to ipoh?

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  12. Claire!!!! I am D.R.O.O.L.I.N.G al the way from the UK to Malaysia!!! Aiyoooooo!! Must be so delicious. Lucky you and your kids to get the chance to savour such delightful dishes. X

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  13. wah....so much food, can finish or not? later become wastage!!

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  14. Wah, please hide the weighing scale after the 15th nite! lolz
    +Ant+

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  15. Food, glorious food for CNY. After that, must diet leh!

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  16. fely: no wonder a bit flooded here in my house.. tomorrow i post about it.. hahaha...


    chrisau: mana ada wastage, all walloped in no time la..


    gratitude: my weighing scale sudah rosak..thank goodness!


    jessie: i dont how to diet also.. can give me some tips?

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  17. what a spread - I am so sorry I missed this one, my invitation must have gotten lost in the mail ...LOL ....looks like a wonderful table full of goodness

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  18. drick, in that case, either u or i have to make a complaint to the post office! LOL...

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  19. wow,what a celebration, a lot of foods and really looks delicious.
    I love to see table with plenty diffrent dishes.
    Happy sunday..

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  20. wengss: yes, it is a chinese tradition over here...


    willie: haha..full table..

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  21. Oh I love chinese dishes. I am so hungry now. thanks for sharing i just wish i could download it for real. lol

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  22. wah.. that is alot of food for CNY!! make me 'lau hao sui' ahh... omg.. u making me miss home la!!! i miss loe sang too! never had it for 5 years jor u know!! good to know you had so much good food during cny! hope ur having a great time :)

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  23. ruthi: i wish i could eat those posted on other blogs as well. hahaha..


    mei: then u must eat loe sang again, though it is not really really very nice, it is just fun to get the kick out of it.. :)

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  24. ohhhh! i love the last dish too, one of my favourites =D yummmyyyy

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  25. Omgh! so many dishes. Btw, am cooking "Choy Kiok/chap choy"today from the leftover roast duck

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  26. OMG...so many food. Yummmmmmmm.

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  27. walio I so envy you, so many dishes! nice ler! :)

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  28. leona: once a year affair.. too many patrons.. lol..


    yanz: yes, definitely mine too..


    smallkucing: ooohh.. post it up, i love choy keok too!! now swallowing hau sui.. hahaha..


    sjb: thank God.. yes


    bigboysoven: yes, thank God for His provisions..

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  29. OMG! Were you having party of the year or the decade? So much food!!!

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  30. Next time got left overs, don't forget to courier some to me : )

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  31. foongpc, i wont forget provided got leftovers ! :p

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  32. Yummy food. you must be enjoying all those great food.

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  33. What are traditional chinese new year dishes? Did you know?? Did you know??

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  34. WALAOEH, check out the food on the table. hehehe. similiar to my cousin's table too. full of yummylicious food!

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