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Homecooked Food Is Where The Heart Is...

I was invited for dinner after my "visit" to the hospital.  No outside food temporary... and I wonder how long this will last.  I feel from tomorrow onwards, I would be taking outside food again, at least for the weekend.  There are some food programs going on.... anyway, I will try to refrain from whatever food that is not agreeable with my condition....*will really try*

I love coming to this house for dinner... it is a very comfortable home.... and I am really blessed to have homecooked food by siblings one by one.... A simple dinner, she mentioned.... to me, it was a Big Wow already....
Steamed village chicken.... yummmss!!
Fresh crispy RP!
Ok, I know, I cannot take too much meat.... 
Two, three pieces and that was all I took..... 
ahhhh... I love this dish...
Cucumber in vinegar!
Oh dear, come to think of it, I ate a lot of this...
No good for my condition... 
I also took a lot of this too...
Green leafy young vegetables....
I still love this BEST!  
  
That was my ... our dinner!
And that's me..... resting comfortable in a cosy home....

Comments

  1. WAH!! this was surely a dinner with loads of warmth, love and hospitality!! but I thot you cannot eat sour stuffs?? tsk tsk tsk.. I know I know, great food served right in front of you, must give face to the one who cooked and also must not waste the food right?? hehe~~ :p

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    1. Yes, cannot eat sour.. now facing the consequences....

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  2. Homecooked food is always the best no matter how simple they are. This looks like a big feast. Food is great and the steamed chicken looks so juicy.

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    1. I like steamed chicken anytime compared to fried... more original....

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  3. Your siblings are really taking care of you really well. Actually is your condition caused by food? I think more probably caused by lifting heavy objects. Western doctors usually will not tell people to kai hou (stop eating certain food).

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    1. Yes, most probably by sitting too long hours and heavy loads.. and bad posture too...

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  4. Hope you feel better and not in pain anymore.

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  5. Cooking for someone is such a good way to express your love. But Claire, I do not understand. If the problem is your back, why does it matter what you eat?

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    1. Not really it matters... just certain food stuff I got to refrain....

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  6. Yum! Yummmmm!!!! That looks like a very special dinner for a special occasion. Lovely tablecloth. Indeed, nothing beats home-cooked food. Wanna drop over at my place? I can cook too... Wink! Wink!

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    1. I definitely KNOW you can!! hahahaa... With all the good food posted online, who dare to deny that?

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  7. Kam hou meang ahh? Cannot eat outside food straightaway got ppl invite to house for homecooked meals liao.. Jealous!! Cannot eat outside food? Lei tak mm tak? Hehe.. Ok cant wait to see more homecook post after this :)

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    1. hahahaha... On and off only la.. of course not everyday la...

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  8. pretty good food for a homecooked meal. Yum!

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  9. I wonder how long you can tahan home cooked meal XD .. Of course if every home cooked meal includes RP then all is well..

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  10. Can I tumpang makan there ah...your friend can cook real well leh

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  11. Homecooked is the best. More healthy. Take care, Claire. Try eat less meat.

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  12. Oh yes, I love steamed village chicken!

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