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Homecooked Dishes For Dinner

KITCHEN REOPEN.... My kitchen was "actively buzzing" for the last few days, my kids came back again and they requested for homecooked food for dinner.  I steamed, I baked, I cook.... LOL.... and the time passes by so fast!  I get tired fast too... LOL... and I really salute those housewives who slog whole day, babysitting, cleaning, cooking and taking care of the whole house.

Actually I cook for two days only la... hahahaa.... but during the two days, I made and steamed dumplings, baked a banana cake and two dinners.  

Tumeric chicken, asparagus and broccoli.....
Durians as desserts... 
Vegetable curry and pork chop and patties.....
As for tonight's dinner, I suggested going out...
Mamareana is going to take a rest!
LOL... 

Comments

  1. I know you are a good cook because your kids want only your cooking! And it looks yummy!

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  2. I love all the dishes you cooked! Old age! I get tired easily too these days so when I have to cook, I would have to plan ahead, not too taxing, not too much work.

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  3. Ya, cooking is very tiring. But you are a good cook! Delicious meals! I see Durians on your table. Yes, do take a rest and eat out for dinner.

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  4. love all the dishes...homecooked meal is the best!

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  5. I know, cooking is such an effort sometimes but kids come home for mama's cooking! Very nice dishes you cooked, homely but it is the best. Oh yes, durian for dessert is perfect!

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  6. So much food. All so homey and tasty. I like that. Bet your kids also love them too.

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  7. Home-cooked dishes are always the best right. :)

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  8. Wow all your homecooked food look so delicious. So much variety and so many choices. Got tumeric chicken, asparagus, veg curry, pork chop and patties some more. Your kids are so blessed to have you.

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