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A Delicious Gift

This morning after I did my marketing, I received a lovely surprise from a food blogger. "Hello, are u home? I am on the way to your house now." Wonder what she was going to give me this time, eh.... whatever it is, I know for sure it will be very nice and yummylicious!!

True enough in less than 10 minutes, I heard someone knocking at the gate.. "HELLO!! HELLO!!" Labbie, my doggie went to greet her, wagging her tail... hahhahaa... She knows that this food blogger is my friend and she is none other than Elinluv's Tidbits Corner!

see what she gave me!!
Two big rows of Apple Strudel... wow!

the Apple Strudel was still warm...
hmmmm... doesn't it look yummy?
Thank you very much, Elinluv!

Comments

  1. Apple strudel is my favourite!!!
    I used to have this at Strudel's, which closed down a few years back due to financial constraint. Their strudels are the best in Malaysia!

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  2. Claire...give this message to Elin from me..

    "I am home I am home..."

    :P

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  3. mingna: where is this Strudel? now my stomach is full of studels.. hahahhaa..



    claire: u r very cheeky now.. lol..

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  4. so sedap. jeles... green dy me..

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  5. Never tried Apple Strudel before but I bet it taste good. :D

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  6. Never tried Apple Strudel before. Looks good. :)

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  7. Oh, what great pictures you got!! I can smell it now!! I haven't had breakfast yet, so this looks extra yummy! You are blessed to have such a thoughtful friend! Does Labbie like strudel?

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  8. Ohhhh... I should move to Ipoh, perhaps close to Elin's house.(drooling)

    Happy Sunday!

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  9. Looks Yummy.......I wanna try too.

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  10. Aiya...I malu la. Blushing liow :p

    Hope your kids love it :)

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  11. merryn: come over and share with me.. hahhaa...


    lindy: yes, very nice.. esp after warming it up...


    ginny: hey, i didnt share it with labbie.. she will just gulp it down.. what a waste!! :)


    Mery: hop over to get her recipe...


    Elin: can open shop liow!! yes, they love it.. their mum doesnt know baking.. too bad...hahhaa..

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  12. you soo lucky to have her la... thank God you exercise a lot...hihihi... if not.. habis lah.. :)

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  13. I wish I lived in Ipoh... Sobs!!!

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  14. I make sure Elin feed you well! And also making sure your waist line is growing fast. hahaha..... Way to go Elin! hahaha.... What a great Sunday this is.
    Blessings ,Kristy

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  15. gosh.. it looks so tasty

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  16. i look yummylicious.... cant go wrong with apple struddle

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  17. cath: mana ada exercise.. once a blue moon now only.. sigh..



    stp: hey, do u know the ipoh is a good retirement city?? :)



    kristy: u said like that, i am very sensitive, u know.. lol...



    minorsmajor: yes, it is!



    lily: it is really appetizing.. after a meal, this is good!

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  18. Ah they look AWESOME!! Can I have one piece? I haven't even apple strudel before.. *Shy*

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  19. so nice of her..i want to be her friend too :)

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  20. sweetwitch: sure, anytime!


    wenn: one day we meet up and i introduce her to u.. )


    sufang: me too.. sweet tooth..

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  21. aiyo... sedap nye! u lucky woman!

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  22. HAH?! Good gifts!
    I want some too.
    Now how do I entice Elin into baking something for me leh ... hehe ... :)

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  23. irene: :) right.. blessed!


    james: your turn will come.. not to worry!! :p

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  24. tekkaus: do good unto others.. :)

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  25. YUMMY!!! Strudel! Can i request mango strudel? Please, Pretty Elin.

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  26. apple strudel with almond bits.. this is something new and I can 'tau see'... LOL

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