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Food During Full Lockdown Period In My House

MORE LOCKDOWN FOOD IN THE HOUSE...

Not that I cook them except for one here, one is pre-ordered a day before and one bought this morning for my breakfast.... 
My neighbour bought this for me before he went for his vaccination this morning..
Yes, it is his turn for the jab...
And he went with a heavy stomach...
No, my turn did not come yet...
I guess I am still young...
They are still jabbing those in their late 60s.... 
Siamese laksa pre-ordered a day before....
My neighbour went to collect from the seller staying quite nearby...
She makes very nice Siamese laksa besides the normal Assam one...
Took a tiffin carrier along for the soup and noodles....
Cost RM7 and definitely worth it!
Besides laksa, she also sells these meat lobak....
6 pieces in one container for RM15....
Yes, they are very nice too.... 
For dinner, I cook a packet of Kampua noodles...
And some add-ons....
And my meals on a Friday and for this early morning.... 
During this lockdown period... 
I guess most of my posts are on Food and more Food!

Comments

  1. All your food looks good but portion is too big for me. Can u finish this big portion in one sitting on your own?

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  2. I would love the chee cheong fun and the Siamese laksa - dunno of any place selling that here right now. The ngor hiang aka lor bak looks good - great that you added some greens to your kampua, a complete meal by itself.

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  3. Lockdown is extended, so more lockdown food for you.

    All looked yummy. Nice of your neighbour to tapau food for you, so you no need to go out that often.

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  4. Lockdown is definitely all about food, and maybe some online shopping. LOL!

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  5. The Ngor Hiang looks so tempting, slurps!

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  6. All the food you had look so yummy. We had the chee cheong fun quite recently before the lockdown but I miss the Siamese Laksa and meat rolls. Food is the only thing that we can think of during lockdown. Lol!

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  7. I love that Siamese Laksa and Fried Lobak. I used to eat them in my hometown Penang but it is not easy to find them here in KL.

    Next week will be my turn for the first jab. Suddenly I am so scared!!!!

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