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ABU Bakes - Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

FROM 9am till 8pm, we were out shopping in Vacaville!!  So nice of Elizabeth to drive us around from morning till evening, really appreciate that especially the traffic jam was there... It took us more than forty minutes to reach and .... Oh dear, My credit card is going to burst... Ok, I better mot dwell on that....

On a happier note and scene, upon reaching home, I was so delighted to see the Chef in the kitchen laying out all the ingredients and baking trays on the table...
The batter alraedy done up....
And some were lying on the tray waiting to be baked....
I quickly took out my iPad... It is a rare sight after all...
And The Chef in action...
And after some minutes.... Look, they are ready!!
"My oatmeal raisin cookies!"
Giant ones!!
Cannot resist... The aroma was so tempting.... Ready........
Get set.........
GO!!  Hmmmmmmmmm........... Best!
Good Job, Abu!!

Comments

  1. Handsome chef! Looks like Colonel Sanders! You use your credit card there? Gosh!!! You'll have a heart attack when it's time to pay...and they convert it to our miserable ringgit!

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  2. Lovely cookies. Bake & cook more.

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  3. How nice, shopping whole day, then come back to some lovely cookies!

    Blog about your loot at Vacaville next, I want to see how crazy you went there! XD

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  4. When I was oversea, also can't see my credit card amount....>.<

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  5. Must be very very delicious! You look so happy! Where did you get your yellow online media t-shirt?

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  6. I like oatmeal raisin cookies, healthy and nice.. Bet it smells so nice while it's baking in the oven..

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  7. wah the Ipoh Food Mayor was being served like a Queen over there.. Elizabeth braved through the traffic to bring her shopping from 9am till 8pm (OMG!!! more hebat than Losimama) and Chef Abu was baking oatmeal raisins cookies awaiting her to feast on!! :)

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  8. I used to make cookies there to feed my house mates. This chef made them bigger and nicer!
    I love your T-shirt...speaks volumes of yourself. Muahahaha

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