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Small Party With Lemang And Rendang

Forget about dieting... it is really no Fun!  LOL...

We are still in a festive mood... Hari Raya Food Galore is still looming around... Where there is fun, there is food... or should I say, where there is food, there is fun... whatever! hahahaa...  Yesterday we had a yummy breakfast in the office... one of my colleagues organized a small Raya gathering. Many of us didn't know about it until the food arrived around 10am.. only a small group of us were around, many were still on festive leave, I suppose. :)
 There were three sticks in the pantry...
and I was told that one stick cost RM8...
Ooopss...four Lemang Sticks not three..
(glutinous rice in bamboo sticks)
 
He is in charge of "splitting" and opening the ceremony of the Lemang....
Go...go!!
Our Festive Food...
Mee Rebus (mixed noodles) as well...
Rendang Ayam (chicken curry) and desserts...

The Food...The FoooooD!
Guess this will last us through end of the day!
Sure there will be lots of leftovers... Need to "taupau" back home...
I did not eat a lot...
I normally will end up ZZZzzzzzz if I do...
Eat moderately and I won't have to worry about dieting!


Comments

  1. I love lemang and rendang! and lemang also goes well with curry! Drooling!

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  2. wow, delicious! This time round, Chang Jiang didn't have lemang for our Raya gathering. Would love that.

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  3. It was exciting to open the Lemang because I didn't get the chance to do it on the Hari Raya day. It's like a sweet revenge. Hahah.

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  4. Ooooo...I like!!! Wahhhh!!!! Still Raya kah? Lucky you!

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  5. Hahaha!!!..eat first and forget about the dieting. Wow, so much goodies. Over here, it costs RM10.00 but very nice, very lemak. Enjoy yourself to the max.

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  6. Mrs. Rose, You and I will get along very well. I like lemang with curry.

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  7. ken: agree!!


    rose: you are right!!

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  8. wenn: heard that one stick is RM8..


    budak: you had the honour to doing that for three! hahaha..

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  9. stp: more to come... few more parties to go.. hahaha..


    irene: enjoy first, diet later!! :)


    budak: you can get along well with many others too!!

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  10. hahaha, like i said, no food is no fun but life still goes on right?? hehehe, lovely lemang and rendang lah, it's lunch time and you are making me hungry!! :D

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  11. Very nice! :)

    I seen lemang being sold on the roadside in Shah Alam too, but didn't get any. I should have, now I have to wait for another year or make it myself or wait for Gawai in Sarawak.

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  12. SK: Lets go Lemang!! hahaha..


    HB: Haji is coming soon.. I am sure they sell lemang then too.. :)

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  13. This food looks SO good! But what are the sticks, Claire, I am not familiar with them...

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  14. Can never diet after Hari Raya. Everywhere there's open house and feast in office. :P

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  15. ginny: they are sticky rice...


    bella: yes, me too!!


    mun: yes.. nice and fat for me.. hahaha..

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