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Our Salmon Abalone With Red Wine

OUR FUSION MEAL LAST NIGHT.....

Immediately coming back after a hard day's work in the office, my friend put on the apron and started preparing and cooking!!  As usual, I did not do anything to help, just rolling up and down the hall to check out the smell.... Hahahaa..... This is one of the perks for being rooted to the chair... 

My friend is a fast worker, in less than an hour, everything is done and ready on the table......
Each of us have a fair share.... Extra piece goes to the special birthday girl....
One piece of salmon too for each of us too! 
Even without rice, we were full to the brim just eating a bit of this and that.... 
All ready to be enjoyed to the fullest with some sips of red wine.......
                                   
                                          Wishing you Good Healthand Happiness....
                                                                    Cheers!!!!


Comments

  1. Waiyor!!!!!!! Very expensive meal wor...only for the rich and famous. :D :D :D Truly, a very HAPPY birthday!

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  2. Oooh. Sumptious meal your friend made for you.

    Hmm, you drink?? Red wine is good but moderation is the key.

    I think white wine would go well with abalone. ^^

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    1. Yes, I sipped only... cannot drink one.. pening kepala terus!

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  3. Happy Birthday to Tammy! Your friend is a great cook! Salmon, abalone, red wine, etc...fantastic dinner for 3 beautiful girls!

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    1. Thank you on behalf.. Something different... cos I cannot go out.. so have to eat at home... :)

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  4. lucky u! u hav such a nice friend to cook u a luxurious meal! I manyak jeles now...

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  5. special food wor. hahaha...some more have red wine. Yum sing....oppss...should be Cheers!

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  6. wah.. and the celebration goes on!! the golden girls are surely knowing how to enjoy life.. look at the luxury abalone and salmon steak, that's great for a birthday dinner!! and oh, that delicious cake too!! :)

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  7. I can go without rice for those dishes... hehe...

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  8. Portion are quite balance, fair to everyone =)

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  9. Very nice meal, especially the salmon. You have a really good friend.

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  10. Wow. Lucky. Those abalone looks nice. :D

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    1. Cannot eat much.. actually abalones are not that nice....

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  11. I saw this in FB, terus lau hau sui liao.. I love the salmon, I can have all the 3 plates !

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  12. Your friend is one great cook. Can whip out very nice meal...abalone & salmon. That abalone plattter looks colourful. yummm!!!!

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  13. Nice meal...abalone & salmon, no less. That abalone platters looks colourful. Yummmm!!!!

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  14. Very luxurious food. I like!

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