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Food Deliveries During CMCO

FOOD DELIVERY.....

Yours truly is so lazy at times that I try to avoid cooking whenever possible.  A full heavy breakfast will last me throughout the day and I can just nibble something in between till dinner. 
Had this for breakfast... (neighbour bought)
A very full meal, I would say.... 

I ordered this Beef fried noodles too... besides BBQ dumplings....
Delivery fees is RM5... 
And in the evening, this came....
Roasted Chicken... RM19
My neighbour ordered online...
And I also wanted one too!
The part without the skin went into my mouth the minute this was opened...
LOL....
I had this for my dinner.... 
No, I couldn't even finish this half...
I gave whatever I could not finish to the young man...
He was more than delightful to take whatever I could not finish!
So no wasting.... 
*My eyes are wide and my mouth is small*

Comments

  1. Mouth is small is not an issue because you can still take many bites and finish eating a whale portion of a meal if your appetite is big.

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  2. Good thing you have a young man to help you finish large portion of food. The roast chicken looks tasty. So does the beef noodles and ytf noodles.

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  3. Muahahahahaha!!! The chicken terkangkang! The fried kway teow had taken the shape of the container - would have to toss to loosen the strands.

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  4. Very nice delivery meals! Yah lah, cooking is so cumbersome unless if really in the mood.The chicken looks good, kena backside pinched. LOL!

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  5. Sometimes I am lazy to cook too. I like your breakfast and the roast chicken. Very nicely roasted, I like the golden colour of the chicken.

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