Tammy came for lunch and I could not resist going for "good food" with her. It was supposed to be my treat so I told her to order her favorites. (no, my heart was not thumping fast when she made her orders) It is always a blessing to give treats, right? LOL... of course, not all the time la, otherwise, pokai liow...
We went to the Home Recipe restaurant in Ipoh Garden... upon entering, I was surprised that both of us were the only customers around. Like we booked the whole hall... how nice! In fact it was almost two... but when we have ordered, the customers only started coming in... what a right timing for us, our food came in less than 20 minutes.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
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MISSING AND NOW BACK IN ACTION... I checked back my last post and it was 8 March last month and today is 19 April, less than two months onl...
A THREE HOURS CITY TOUR when we embarked in Mexico on the second morning. My sister booked the three hours city tour in Ensenada, Mexico, ...
CRUISING ALONG.... Once we deposited our bags in our cabins, we had our buffet meal at the Hammerjack restaurant and exactly at 4pm, we hear...
ROW ROW ROW YOUR BOAT.... gently down the sea.... Royal Caribbean, it is my second time following this giant vessel, the first time was fro...
wah... i like the toad meat. hmm..im the first one to comment! :)ReplyDelete
claire! u makan katak? omg! aiyayay! run away... lolReplyDelete
hahaa..for the first time hor? after eating all these, must go for stomach cleaning, that is why I start to drink oatmilk with spirilina..ReplyDelete
merryn, u r missing all the good food leh.. hehehehee..croaaaak.. crooaak!!ReplyDelete
i hv taken that before. it almost tasted like chicken. Btw, the fitline restorate is a lemon-lime flavored mineral drink to be consumed before u sleep.ReplyDelete
Everything looks good, I guess it was frog ( the meat). Sunday I picked up Chinese carry out. Abe had pork fried rice, with beef vegetable soup and sweet potato tempera, I had Kung Pao Chicken, fried rice, hot sour soup and an egg roll. Everything was delicious.ReplyDelete
wenn: lemon lime? lemon is alkaline but lime is acidic.. powder form?ReplyDelete
patty: sounds delicious to me! glad u enjoy the food...
Kroak kroak, kroak krrr... oak. Kroak kroak :S kroak Kroak? Rebek.ReplyDelete
(U might need a google translator for this :P)
"Thin Kai" kakakaka...your kroak kroak really made me laugh..especially when i scroll down to comment and your nuffnang showing SHREK....Kroak kroakReplyDelete
Croak.. croak... I like I like esp. "katak" porridge. Yummilicious!ReplyDelete
haven't had katak meat for ages....ReplyDelete
*ps: vote me for Top Blogger of Borneo 2010 ya~ =D
wait you turn into a prince how? :PReplyDelete
long time no eat froggie edi, taste like chicken rite. more tender. the food looks good, gosh... now im hungry... hu hu hu...ReplyDelete
Croak, croak.....at night dream of prince charming. :pReplyDelete
*puke* Claire... please, please please dun makan katak in front of me if we got meet up. I will go green on the face and appetite will hilang. :( Why la makan katak? Sobsob... kataks must kiss wan... mana tau become a Prince ka, a King ka... or a Datuk? LOL...ReplyDelete
Poor toad. :p Now ended up on the table.ReplyDelete
watergrass leaves... yan ba ang kangkong sa tagalog sis?ReplyDelete
i love croaking sound in kong pou hahahahaReplyDelete
chrislim: i checked thru just now and those kraoking sound means u r drooling and that u wanted to eat those as well, right? :pReplyDelete
kathy: serious ah? got shrek down there last night? hehehe.. maybe saw my croaking lunch! hahhaa...
inspiredmum: i did my own croaking porridge for my kids last time.. yes, they r good for skin, i heard..
angelbear: i hop over later, ok?
tuti: now no chance liow..sudah eaten them!ReplyDelete
irene: jom, lets go and eat! :p
mandyling: now, what did i dream about last night... i cannot recall liow..
cleff: u know what, u r missing all the good food in this world! :p
tekkaus: gosh, u made me feel guilty .. sigh..
kayce: sorry, what did u say?
manglish: japan got this dish ah?
oh very nice! love big fat froggy meat. Prince charming anyone?ReplyDelete
Hi Reana, I love the dishes except the one that used to make 'croaking sounds at night', ha ha.ReplyDelete
I'll take a pass on that.
I eat to live, not live to eat, and fortunately my wife is a very good cook, as well enjoys cooking....
Incidentally my SIL and BIL has put on weight since being here, ha ha.
You have a nice day, Lee.
OMG!! I'm craving for the katak since I read your last post (kong poh frog). Till today not yet eat them! See...how long already!!! ;(ReplyDelete
gus: might get a flesher prince charming after this, dont u think? :pReplyDelete
mnhl: never mind, the croaks can wait.. hahaha..
Thanks for coming by my blog!!ReplyDelete
The food looks sooooooooo good. Bryan inherited his love for food from none other than his mother - ME!!!!!
You ate frog!! :PReplyDelete
Love the smooth meat...
Yay foodielicious! The grean leafy vegetable looks like the kangkong in the Philippines! YUM!ReplyDelete
U.Lee, happy to hear that everyone is putting on weight.. that shows we r very much blessed with food and happiness.. stay handsome and healty! :pReplyDelete
Eyew....none of that croaking stuff for me, thank you!!! LOL!!!ReplyDelete
Mama: dont we all love to eat! hahaha...ReplyDelete
sweetwitch: croak.. croooooaaak!!
chubs: yes. it look like but it is water cress..
i DIG KATAK!! :-p especially gong bo style!ReplyDelete
I a glad to see you there.
Love the sambal belacan watercress and the taufu.. look so yummy to me. Feel hungry now..lol..ReplyDelete
Tin kai...yum..like it!!ReplyDelete
ohmy: come to ipoh and savor!ReplyDelete
jingle: thanks for visit!
alv0808: glad u drooled.. hahha...
ling: so bila nak mari ke Ipoh.. can take u eat katak.. croooak...
HAha... so this is your froggie dish hor...looks familiar! Like my kiddos legs! Hee heeReplyDelete
Thanks for some quality points there. I am kind of new to online , so I printed this off to put in my file, any better way to go about keeping track of it then printing?ReplyDelete