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My Sunday Desire

My day started at 10am, went to Tam's house, 20 minutes drive away, picked her up and off we went to take our first meal, Breakfast.... I love the Loe Shu Fun coffeeshop along the Pasir Puteh Road.... 20 minutes drive away in IPOH is considered far, so once awhile when I go there, I will not miss going to this shop for breakfast....


the kon loe (dried) loe shu fun (rat noodles) LOL....
generous with IPOH beansprouts garnished on top..
this bowl cost RM1.60


see the fried fish balls? my favorite
0.50 sen each only..
Both of us ended up taking 15 various fish balls..

After our breafkast, we adjourned to a university, 30km away to look for Gabriel.... Thanks Gab, for getting the form signed for me, it saved me a lot of hassle with the Socso office... hope you like the Mc-Loe Shu Fun delivery! lol....

Reaching home after 1pm, my stomach started to growl... how about making something light to eat now? Thanks to my mama, she gave me 2 "tortoise" (mi ku) last night. Took them out from the fridge, "undressed" them .... and started to prepare the batter, 3 eggs beaten with some sugar and salt...


cute tortoises, right?


ta daaa... a light tea time for both fernie and myself..

Okay..now stomach is satisfied... I am not going out this evening, 6pm I have a date with Astro.... My dinner is also ready...... 2 packets of chee cheong fun bought in Menglembu...


mixed type this time...

mushroom sauce...

It's only 4.30pm now... tired..
better take a snooze first...zzzzzzzz

Comments

  1. Rat noodles RM1.60 or only the IPOH ngar choy RM1.60? Sorry cant figure out the 'tortoises' looks like ninja turtles to me.

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  2. Argghhh...soooo attemptingg...! So murah too...

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  3. Noodle is super cheap...rm1.60??Looks yummy!

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  4. I'mnot a fan of Loh She Fun... Moreover, from my house to Pasir Puteh... not less than 25 minutes... unless I can get up by 7.30.

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  5. wow.. love the rat noodles..so cheap..

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  6. Awwww...the rat noodles. :D

    The rat, cute tortoises. They are si fat.

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  7. cheah: rm1.60 for the bowl of noodles.. toppings with nga choy.. hey, ninja turtles? hahaha..good one.. i love that..


    ken: all also yummy?


    Wyne: that is why i called sunday desire.. :)

    MeRy: super cheap? reasonable la... normally only 1.20 per bowl..


    tarts: what do u mean? unless u get up by 7.30? me blur a bit :)


    Wenn: rat loves rat noodles.. :)

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  8. hahaha my hometown is pasir puteh road there and i stayed in menglembu till age 5....miss the chee heong fun le....

    btw...didn't know u linked me..i shall link u too...thanks a lot for the comment...

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  9. takkaus: what is si fat? u mean so fat...? hahaha..i think must be it.. fat is cute...


    Eric: so u r ipoh nang too... u must come back to savor their food but the chee cheong fun in Menglembu is not as nice as those days...

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  10. Wow! Still can find cheaper and yummy food there? Must make a visit some day. As for me, usually I would cook at home, but today, we go rice-less. This morning I had fried kuay tiaw, lunch, egg sandwiches, dinner, chicken and fries at Chicago Seven....there go my diet!

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  11. mmmm...so hungry after seeing your food post. i'm going to make some of those tortoise food too..yum yum :D

    eh..sorry i didn't call you when i was back. very rush each time. next time when i'm back for a longer period, i'll call you :D

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  12. Rose: how wonderful, better to take home cooked food than eating all the msg food from outside... :)


    Barb: ok, deal.. next time first when u hv more time... i do understand.. like the time i was in KL, time passed very fast.. couldnt meet up with anyone..

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  13. hey that was cheap, take me next time for breakfast...from office dekat oni ma..rite? just kidding! I am on oats diet now..have to coz I have been like " live to eat " attitude LOL!

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  14. ohhh... you didn't go to church! tsk tsk tsk!

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  15. oh... u making me hungry! eeeekk!

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  16. elin: very far from office la.. so cannot go..unless the cat is away??? heheee...


    william: pastor, dont tsk tsk me la..i went on saturday la.. we hv 2 services and normally i go for the saturday evening one.. :)


    irene: come, jom, lets eat...

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  17. so how was ur date with Triple K? i dunno wat's the result eh? good food.. tripple K.. apa jadi?

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  18. Whoaa...you call me pastor! Hahaha...I didn't realise that you go on Saturday. That is good! So I take back my tsk tsk tsk. And I will have to ask the almighty to forgive me now.

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  19. kon loe lou shu fun only RM1.60??!
    it's so much cheaper than my place here =( and it looks so nicer on the photo you posted ><
    you're from ipoh?
    i've linked you! interesting blog =D

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  20. Merryn: haiyoh..now 11.29pm, he still havent come to date me yet la.. so frustrating... ok, in another few min, he will be on.... i tell u result tomorrow..ok?


    Pastor William: hahaa..no so serious la.. no need to ask forgiveness from our Almighty! hahaha.. God Bless..


    Al: yes, 1.60 only.. cheap? i tot it was normal and a bit more than the normal kon loe mee... thankks for adding, i add u too..

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  21. The loe shu fun with nga choi looks very tempting leh...

    What's those red turtle? Fried with batter ah?

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  22. Ohh~ Ipoh food price is similar to Alor Star food price wor.. hehe.. i think maybe both are small town that's why everything so cheap & yummy! Hey next time if i go to Ipoh must show me where to get nice food oh~ :p i have been there few times but again maybe i not familiar in Ipoh so don't know where to get those nice food =)

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  23. Wow, what a variety of dishes you showed. A bit different from my bowl of oatmeal, a glass of orange juice and coffee for my breakfast.

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  24. Eyew...the colouring!!! We have those rat tails here too...but done in different ways. Dunno why they're not very popular! People will only have them once in a while for a change from the usual noodles and stuff...

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  25. BoeyJoey: the red one is called mi ku and it is normally available at this time of the year... red tortoises, we called it... yes, normally i fried it with egg or steam it and then butter it up.. fattening :)


    STP: which one colors? the red tortoise? u know chinese la... all ang ang only proper ma.. normally only for this praying month for the buddhists.. about the rat noodles, here is quite popular esp among kids, easy to be eaten...


    SJB: i also wanna eat now.. hungry.. hahaha...

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  26. GROWL!! Each time I visit your blog, my stomach will be singing in hunger :)

    Cheers, and thanks for visiting my blog, too.

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  27. Aeiween: yeah, Ipoh is also small.. ok, next time u come, contact me.. i tell u where to get what u want.. (hopefully u love it)


    cheryl: your food is definitely much more healthier than mine!! :)

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  28. the nga choi had me drooling lar and i didnt take breakfast this morning hahahaha....btw how do u manage to stay slim with all these foods??? :)

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  29. eh.. your Sunday very very enjoy ler... I saw those miku in Barb's blog, and now yours.. feel like having them... LOL !
    BTW , RM1.60 is very cheap for noodles !

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  30. Nice and leisure Sunday with a lot of nice food!

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  31. manglish: those are my daily ration.. no food, sure pengsan one.. slim? but my clothings seem to be shrinking.. all so tight already!


    Elaine: that 1.60 was only for noodles.. no fish balls, nothing.. i feel it is a bit expensive.. should be around 1.20.. :) the miku, yeah..now season in IPOH.. and Penang..


    Superman: Sunday is the day of resting and eating . :)

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  32. manglish: those are my daily ration.. no food, sure pengsan one.. slim? but my clothings seem to be shrinking.. all so tight already!


    Elaine: that 1.60 was only for noodles.. no fish balls, nothing.. i feel it is a bit expensive.. should be around 1.20.. :) the miku, yeah..now season in IPOH.. and Penang..


    Superman: Sunday is the day of resting and eating . :)

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  33. kev: dint know yr stomach can sing notes.. amazing!! hahaa.. mine can make "gro.. gro.... " only..

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  34. I knew you would have a wonderful weekend, so now is Monday, up up and away.....

    have a good week ahead, and god bless,,,

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  35. your morning breakfast so worth, look yummy

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  36. Eugene: same to u too.. so how was yr birthday bash?


    Hazel: how about yours? mine is normal.. i must take something asian in the morning.. :)

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  37. wah... why your blog so many good food one..
    hmmmp.. i am going to canteen grab my own food now also..
    but not yummy, spicy and oily one..
    T___T

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  38. wow yummy......seems it so deliziouz.....could i have one.....hi there would u make me one...

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  39. dolly: those are normal cheap food which i like to indulge in every now and then... yes, i also dont like my canteen food.. spicy and oily...


    dwell: sure u can have one if there is some leftovers.. hahaa..

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  40. aiyo...my stomach kru kru kru liao seeing all those delicious food

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  41. alot of food in Perak...

    but i dont know where they are hiding :(

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  42. So long didn't eat fried Miku already.....now hungry again...will go for late supper! LOL!

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  43. small kuchin: that shows we r still normal.. our stomach do growl upon seeing food..


    willie: yes.. yummie.. hahha..


    Voon: before u come, make a list of what to eat.. then they wont hide from u.. :0


    Pete: so what's for supper?

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  44. wow, this is good life!! eat, eat, eat only!!!

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  45. RM1.60 for a bowl of lou shi fun is really cheap.

    That two cute pink tortoise you transform them to "french toast"?

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  46. 2ma: i am lazy to go out in the evening and thus the home made and packet back food..


    annieq: yes, the tortoises were transformed.. :p

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  47. Still can find RM1.60/bowl of noodle! Very cheap le.

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  48. So cute lah the PINK stuff... ^_^

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  49. mNhL: why everyone said cheap ah? one bowl of mee in ipoh .. 1.20 also got...


    cathJ: that is kueh la.. haha.. tortoise kueh..

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  50. OH my, those Ipoh food are making me drool and miss Ipoh. I miss that pink tortoise french toast... haven't eaten them for decades!

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  51. Hey, didnt know Menglembu got such good Chee Cheong Fun one. Where ah? Next time go back visit mommy can go to eat.

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  52. healthfreakmummy: this is once a year affair for me.. never really take that french tortoise often. :)


    CY: so u were a menglembu guy? the ccf is actually so so only.. the taste downgraded already.. but still ok lar.

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  53. Yes, Claire. Manleimong yan loh. Stay just opposite Kledang Hill but now looks like the hill almost chopped off already. Sigh. But still always loves to go back.

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  54. CY: in another few years, the hill might disappear :)

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