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Homecooked Dishes For Table Of Three

HOMEBOUND FOOD... dinner meal with 2 dishes and a soup were cooked on the day we arrived back from Penang.   Opened the fridge and managed to create the below dishes for dinner... nothing spectacular, the usual norm from their childhood days.  I have yet to create new dishes, I guess I never will.... LOL... My dishes I know are normally "hand-me-down recipes" from my mother's time and no matter what and how I do, I could never cook the same taste as what my mom did.  Now thinking back, I should have stand beside my mom when she was doing the cooking last time.... 

Potato Chicken, as my son used to say... 
This dish always remind him of his younger days....
Bitter gourd omelette...
Old melon soup... 
Dinner is served on the coffee table these days.... 
As long as all feels comfortable, no strict rules in the house... 
LOL.. 

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  1. Your home cooked dinner is delicious! I love to eat all the dishes. The coffee table is so big to be able to put so many dishes. Your fridge also can keep so many ingredients to cook these dishes.

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  2. The potato chicken looks so good. I would love to know how you made it. Maybe next post you will give us the recipe????

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  3. Nothing beats home-cooked! Comfort food, east west, home is best!!!

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  4. I love all your homecooked dishes and the soup. Table of three... Oh so one of your children is not home?

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