Thursday, November 12, 2009

Thank U For The Simple Meal...

I didn't cook this evening, too lazy and tired after working almost non stop in the office. Work left unfinished, I couldn't be bothered.... not like those days anymore, time changes... hands and legs are at slower pace now (sau kwok man chor)

Andy called home to say that he had a dinner appointment with his old classmates. That was fine with me, so I thought of going out to get some food for me and Fernie.... and then suddenly at 7pm, it started to rain like dogs and cats followed by loud thunder. Someone opened the gate, haiyah, Andy came back, said appointment cancelled ... OH DEAR, no dinner la, son...

He said "Never mind, let's eat the korean noodles, I'll cook." wow... I feel very song

That was the best thing I heard today... phew... I am so relieved!! All I got to do is wait .... hmmm.....


this is the korean mee noodles...


ta..daaa... my bowl of mee
though it is NO shark fins soup or abalone,
I have a great time scooping up these noodles!
hhmmm... I am Famished!

(see, this mother is very easily pleased)

38 comments:

  1. look like curry Maggie mee,

    When i lazy, i will cook instant mee too. Fast x3.

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  2. so sweet of Andy.. this instant noodle without anything also you wallop right.. muahahha.a..

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  3. CHVoon: if not for the heavy rain, i would hv bought something nice to eat...


    Mery: i m very lazy tonight.. so anything will do..

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  4. a lovely meal made with love ;) what's that white round thing?

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  5. YA! Now it rain every afternoon and evening! It start rain heavy with loud thunder at 5.15pm when i about to leave the office!

    I love this korean ramen, my favourite!!

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  6. i love korean noodles too!! but i prefer the spicy ones *yummzz*

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  7. Wah so good a wei..hehe..seldom see wo, he offer to cook..hehe

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  8. barb: the round thing looks like fish ball hor? but it is an egg.. hehe.. the whole yolk is there.. cute hor?


    CathJ: not sedap also must say sedap.. kalau tak, lain kali no more...:)


    Annie!: over here, evenings mostly..now stopped.. at last..


    2ma: actually it was curry, he said too spicy, then he reduced the curry spices.. haiyah..


    Son: your bro now matured already .. (at times la) hahhaaa... maybe today good mood cos he just came back from the 2012 show..:p

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  9. frankly i love the korean instant mee..together with Nissin's. Thus, dun mind having instant noodles too if it's these brands

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  10. So your best meal ever for the year huh!

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  11. chrisau: but eating this not healthy. once a blue moon ok..for emergency cases only..:p


    cheah: better than loong yuk, right? no la.. surely i choose loong yuk.. hahaha..

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  12. people said eat a lot of maggi mee,jatuh rambut but i stll eat our famous Maggi mee curry once a while - simply can't let go of this type of simple and quickie meal,eh?

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  13. Good son (*_*), By the way the noodles look very yummy.

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  14. Hi Reana, they are delicious. I buy them for my lunch sometimes, though I add several tiger shrimps and meatballs or char siew to give a kick.
    Love kim chi too.
    Have a nice day, Lee.

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  15. O.o! Claire... I eat this stuff all the time. LOL... i throw in some eggs and kimchi oso. LOL... very nice wan lerr, next time, add kimchi inside, very nice to eat wan!

    ps: If only all mothers in the world are as easy to please as you.

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  16. Wah..so "hang fook" got your son to sayang you..hehe. Added an egg some more. Make me want to get some Korean instant noodles..haha.

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  17. Become extra delicious coz cook by dearest son :)

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  18. Ooh nice, son cooks for mommy... anything also the mommy will say ho chiak! :)

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  19. Wasn't that nice of your son to help you out and make your dinner. My husband does that alot for me and I love it!

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  20. ah ngao: dont take it often.. after this meal of mine, i wont take this for quite some time..say till next month? :p


    sjb: actually not so nice one.. but walloped it all the same..


    U.Lee: my fridge doesnt have all those la.. just eggs only but good idea though.. buy some and keep for next round..


    Boeyjoey: then can sleep with a smile..


    Cleffairy: why eat this all the time? difficult to get food over at yr place? u can substitute with sandwiches next time.. just scrambled eggs with 4 slices of bread will be very filling ..


    mummygwen: when hungry, anything not so tasty will become very much tastier.. agree? hahaaa..


    smallkucing: once a blue blue moon is enough to "melt" me.. hahaa.. cos i nv expect him to...


    cheeyee: old ppl mustnt be fussy, not nice also mustnt complain, otherwise, next time no more doing for u.. just say Thank U is wonderful enough.. hahhaa...


    cheryl: yes, i remember he making breakfast for u.. u r blessed too.. for my own breakfast at work, i drive out to take :(

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  21. Korean noodles expensive. A bit nicer but not really worth it! Would rather buy the cheaper local brands. Beli barangan buatan Malaysia! LOL!!!

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  22. Nothing beats a good bowl of hot instant noodle on a cool rainy days! yummy!

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  23. stp: must try others too.. cannot be sticking to maggie, cintan, mamee.. all the time.. muak la.. yes, the price is double the local ones actually.. but the mee is much more too..


    pete: yea, yeah.. but after last night, i will stop for at least a month or more before i consume another packet.. muak juga...

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  24. sometimes not the food that matters but who you eat with or who prepare the food for you.
    I bet the bowl of noodle taste as nice as those noodles in 5 star restaurant.

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  25. if I have to eat instant noodles I would go for Korean ones. They taste so good. Goes great with kimchi too....a must for us. That's what I learned when I was in Korea. Kimchi is very easy to make. I showed it on my blog at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com/2009/09/05/how-to-make-korean-kimchi/

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  26. I enjoyed Korean/Japanese instant noodles too!!

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  27. superman: right for the first part.. but i think eating in 5 star restaurant tastes much better.. hahaha.. facing reality..
    kids cooking for us, we feel very happy, no doubt..


    marymoh: u r truly a great cook, kimchi also u learn up.. i will definitely check it up when i go home.. thanks!


    rose: japanese type, i havent tried yet.. must be pricey too!

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  28. I had instant noodles last weekend on Saturday and Sunday~ with an egg and sausages yummy yummy~

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  29. LOL...becoz there's something kinky about eating Korean noodles after midnight with my husband . One pack 2 ppl share. Usually korean noodles is a meal that me and husband share when my boy is sleeping and he wun bother us to eat the junk... lol... summore, I enjoy eating korean noodles with kimchi. Very nice ah...kimchi can really open ur appetite ah, leave you wanting for more.

    Haiyorr, sandwich ah, Claire? Cannot la, sandwich... sandwich is usually reserved for snacking when I'm surfing the net or doing work. I have this habit eating while working... lolsss.

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  30. LV: 2 times in a row? wah... u really love the noodles, huh.. i cannot la.. today i cannot eat that again unless really really no more food whatsoever.. LOL...


    Cleffairy: ic... now i know, both husband n wife having a midnight feast like in St. Clare.. hehehee..
    it tastes better sharing, right? ok, ok, understood-ed. So midnight later on, what r u having? :)

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  31. Talking about instant noodles, i really cannot remember when was the last time i had them. Last year, maybe?? :S

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  32. oi sam instant korean noodle....hang fook-nyer...hahaha

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  33. MabelLow: keep it up.. dont eat these type of noodles if possible.. only for emergencies.. LOL...


    ericlee: so..u know what to do for your mum? :p

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  34. War...looks like very yummy o! :) It's been a while since I last had instant noodle.

    But right now I'm thinking of cooking it... :p

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  35. tekkaus: next time i try japanese mee.. but very pricey though..

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