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An Array Of Food On Chinese New Year

Reunion dinner in my In-Law's house. It is already a custom that my family goes there each year in and year out. Great to get together to catch up with each other's lives at least once a year... LOL... Indeed Chinese New Year brings us together, from the south to the north, we had a great time enjoying the Family Reunion... Food indeed does bring us together... hahahaa....

So what did we have?  Food is almost the same from the day I married into the family...  I love the fusion of Hakka and Cantonese food....
 Food is not as much as those days...
No need to eat leftovers the next day... LOL...
My one and only dish I made... shy to say...
Closer version.... ahemmmm...
I love this dish... Steamed arrowshoots and "Lap Cheong"
Leeks
Steamed chicken is a Must...
For dipping the steamed chicken....
Another closer version... ahemmmmm...
One of the dishes prepared by my cantonese sister-in-law... very "abalone" taste...

Lets say Grace....  for the abundant food.. 
ooppss...something is missing... 
Yes, the soup is missing.... 
Me and Andy looking on.... 

Sorry... My posts are one day backdated... 
Too busy to update as there are too much activities going on... :)
Hope you all have a Great Time too!!

Comments

  1. Happy Chinese New Year to you and your family, Claire! May you have strength, good health, and prosperity.

    The dish you cooked look good! Yummy, I like sea cucumber

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    1. Thank you for your wishes , Mun!! Same to you as well...

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  2. Oooooo…food looks so good!!!! Your in-laws are such great cooks! Yours looks great too, nice presentation. Qong Xi Fa Cai, Xin Nien Khuai Ler to you and all in the family.

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    1. Yes they are great cooks.. Must learn from them....lol...

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  3. Wow, your in-laws really cook up a storrm of glorious food. Your dish looks great with the closer version . Specially like the sea cucumber. Enjoy yourself to satisfaction. yummy!!!!

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  4. No wonder you gained weight already. ... lol

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  5. wah so many dishes, my mom didn't cook chicken this year T.T

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  6. I go Ipoh, any chance to try out your cooking? kakaka...

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  7. Hehe, I like to eat Lap Cheong!!! =]

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