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Reanaclaire Cooks His Favourite Dish

BEFORE AARON LEFT GOR UK, I cook one of his favourite dish.  This dish goes very well with rive or porridge because it has a sourish taste.  He used to request his grandmother to cook this for him ever since he was a kid and now his granny is no more around, I hope I can do it the way my mom did... But somehow I feel my mom does it tastier than me anytime.

This is the dish Aaron loves to eat.... 
I guess not many of us do.....
Another dish I just simply whoop up.....
Two dishes one soup....
A very short post today cos the wifi is not very stable at this moment.
And I am using my ipad to post this.....

Comments

  1. Wahhhhhhhh!!!! Abalone!!! So so many!!! Ini makanan orang kaya lah!!! I cuma mampu tengok aje. Hehehehehe!!!!

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  2. Zha choy pork? I grow up with this dish too, but mum shredded the zha choy into thin strips, easier to swallow, else very salty.. Very hoiwai one this dish, can eat a lot of rice with this..

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  3. Simply whip up only lah, simply add some abalones only lah....

    Yeah, right... really "simply"...

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  4. It looks very good, and I know your mom would be proud!

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  5. eih, i like that dish also!! it's szechuan pickled veggie with pork, am i right?? my mum cooked that last time quite often but we didn't have that much gravy, i think i loved that when i was a kid that's why she cooked that often, haha.. so you also have abalone to "contra" that simple dish he requested huh?? steam abalone, first time i see this leh~~

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  6. Yummy! Is Arron going to uk for work?

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  7. I am trying to make out the favourite dish. Looks like got salted vegetables? And I see you have broccoli and abalone too!

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  8. yeah..so yummy, making me so hungry now.

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  9. Cooked with love, Aaron can feel and taste from the food. :)

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  10. I love to eat char choy too. But I don't cook it at home. My late MIL was good at cooking it.

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  11. I am sure Aaron finds your cooking very tasty especially for his favourite dish.

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  12. My family likes this dish too, goes well with white rice.

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