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What I Eat During CMCO

THREE MEALS PER DAY....  surely more and no less than that... LOL...

My neighbour and I ordered some food from Bercham and this lady charges RM6 only for delivery for any food bought in her area.  Actually it is worth paying that small fee, she goes to buy food from a few shops, depending on what we order.  Her own homecooking specialty is Bah Chang and steamed radish balls.  We ordered those from her before and most of the time, we wanted these Char Siew Pau (BBQ pork dumplings) from a Dim Sum shop called Lok Yuen. 
I ordered 4 of BBQ pau and two Meaty pau... 
It cost around RM2.60 each.... 
Noodles too were ordered but I forgot to take picture of my breakfast....
These were my yesterday's lunch....
A very filling and satisfying lunch!
For dinner, I simply fried this, dumping in bits of roasted pork and zucchini....
This morning's breakfast.... 
Homemade strawberry jam and two "almost cooked" eggs... 
For lunch... LAKSA!!
I gave a packet of Laksa paste to my neighbour....
She added in sardines and the rest of the ingredients...
Good Deal, right?
LOL... 


Comments

  1. Paos. Yum yum. I like that. Me too. 3 meals a day or more. No less. Haha.

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  2. The paos look really good, lovely skin. How much was the chang? So much meat!

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  3. Very good deal indeed! The chang has lots of beans, I like!

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  4. I just had chang again last night. My mom bought from dont know where, nice!

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  5. Tasty food! Your nephew didn't eat dinner with you? The baos look very delicious by looking at the white bao skin.

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  6. Homemade jam? Wow. Would love to make my own. :D

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  7. The dumplings and noodles look so yummy!

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  8. I am craving for assam laksa now....

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