Friday, August 5, 2016

Gleeful Expressions On Homecooked Dinner And Durians

ALONG THE HAWKER STALLS AT TAMAN PERLING, something wonderful caught our eyes! Yes, durians!! In fact three stalls were along the same road and we were told to go to the "Uncle Old Man" for his durians.  Soon we were driving home happily with our small loot of six durians for a sum of RM75.  The price was Not too bad compared to the ones we ate previously along the Sutera road...

It is not all about outside food, there were a few evenings where yours truly utilized the kitchen hall to whoop up some simple dishes especially when the yellow desserts were in the house!
 Opening the yellow loots and couldn't-resist look!
King of the fruits!

And one of their favorite dish for one of the evenings.... 
Minced meat with tomatoes, big onions..... 
And lastly add in the fried potatoes... 
And ended up like this.... 
Boiling old melon soup to go with the dinner... 
Cooling for the body after the yellow desserts..
One of our dishes for a few evenings.... 

Goes well with a pot of ........
Porridge!!
Peanuts porridge, salted egg and roasted porkie!
Another night Chicken rice with Durians!
And their gleeful looks night after night... 
hahahahaha..... 

17 comments:

  1. Your boys are enjoying mummy's cooking plus durians! Can I join in? LOL!

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  2. Yes, I remember your minced meat with potatoes and tomatoes dish. Your specialty, eh? My my my...is that Andy? So thin!!! Gee!!! He must eat more regularly, not make money all the time.

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  3. Gosh! You have been having durians, durians and more!!! Gala time eating them, especially with your sons.

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    1. I cannot take a lot.. not like them.. age counts.. hahahaa

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  4. Wonderful homecooked food with durians. If I eat them, my face would be as gleeful as your sons. Have a good weekend!

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    1. You too Mun.. Have a durianful weekend! hahahaha

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  5. The minced meat dish looks so good! Just as good or better than the fancy stalls. And your boys look like it is the best food EVER! I have always said you are an awesome cook!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny.. one day you must try them if given an opportunity.. then you tell me.. hahaahaa

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  6. A durian galore! Enjoy 😀

    I never had cooked durian in a meal. The only cooked durian I had was a homemade durian bingka, it was soooo good but I only had it once.

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    1. Wow.. durian bingka? Is it some sort of cake? By the way, do you own a blog? I cannot trace it over here at google plus..

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    2. I think it should read as Bingka Durian. It's a local kuih made from glutinous flour, sugar, eggs and durian. Traditionally, it's baked in a brass dish lined with banana leaves, cooked over a charcoal dish.

      I don't have a blog yet.

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  7. He he...my eyes are only on the yellow flesh of the durians. Ha ha!

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  8. Hahaha! Love their gleeful expressions.

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  9. So far, i have not eat durians with rices, etc, usually is just durians alone...

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