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Dinner Cooked With Love And Passion

It was quite a rare occasion actually when three of them sisters came together and forked out a homecooked dinner for the younger generation...  I said rare occasion because these three sisters seldom meet up together, some more, they were going to cook something good for us!

Well, it was not a fine dining meal or anything like that... something simple and yet they were cook with passion cos the food turned out was really tasty and ............... what word shall I use.. in cantonese, I can only say... "Chun hai hoe sik!"  (Taste really great!)

I named this meal "Passion Dinner" because I believe that each of these beauties really cook them with love and passion.... *muaaackkks*   is that how a kiss is expressed?  hahahaha....
First... introducing the Three Sisters ..
Happiness is all written on their faces...
Oh, halfway through eating, I only remember to take pictures...
This time the camera didn't get to eat first... LOL...
Part of the dishes....
Something simple and yet no easy task.....
Thank you to my mom and my aunties for such a scrumptious dinner!!
Hope there will be more of these Passion meals soon!!

Comments

  1. Hi from Sarawak...too...nice title...caring is not just sharing...add some more...caring is not just talking...caring is doing...just the sight of your food photos add in all the kilos...God bless you...thank you

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  2. so nice to see them being so cheerful!

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  3. i dont understand your cantonese up there!LOL!next time you tell them la, you help them to clean up their house , then they might come and cook for you more often :D

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  4. Haha all of them smiling so happily!

    And that's alot of food la!

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  5. anonymous: may I know your name.. it is more friendly to call you by a name.. thanks for coming by.. :)


    sharon: the one who laughed the most.. hahaha..


    wenn: yeah, laughter is best medicine.. :)


    lena: chan hai hoe sik.. ! hahaha..


    hayley: yeah.. all home cooked food.. :)


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  6. well aunties and moms were the best cook ever!
    and for this it shows even on the photographs

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  7. Oooo...so nice the food! You really must learn lah!!! All those skills will disappear eventually if you don't...and teach your children too.

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  8. Awesome!! And the food does look really yummy! Why do they not see each other much,living too far away?

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  9. the power of unity!! wow, three sisters gathered together in the kitchen and of course you can have lots of delicious dishes!! and look, they are so beautiful smiling so happily from the heart in the photo..

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  10. Mum's cooking is always the best. Claire, you better the skills and get the receipe from. Sweet & happy smiles.

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  11. Mum's cooking is always the best. Claire, better learn the skills and get the receipe from them. Sweet & happy smiles.

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  12. mecoy: you are very right!


    stp: when it is really my turn to cook, the dishes will definitely come out with different flavours.. hahaha...


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  13. sk: As long as they feel happy, we kids are happy too!!


    irene: awww...stp said the same thing.. guess I got to make more effort to go to the kitchen..

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  14. That's a lot of food. I love the soup in the 5th photo very much. It's "fan kot tong" in cantonese. I don't know what it called in English though.

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  15. Claire, I love all the dishes the golden sisters whipped up with lots of love & passion.

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  16. Those food are not prepared by the famous chef of 5-star hotels, but they are tastier and cooked with love.

    Each and every plate on the table is very yummy and tasty.

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  17. Everything on the table look yummy...
    The first dish is siomay??

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  18. andrew: beats me too.. i only know cantonese like you.. :)


    ling: oi sum dishes..hahaha..


    yvonne: Yes.. authentic ones too!

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  19. Awwww! I am so jealous of you. I missed those days when my relatives gathered to cook. They are in their 70s and 80s now so we have to belanja them makan.

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  20. TM: well, it is our turn to take them out... to let them relax.. but at times they have fun cooking in the kitchen!

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