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Ginger Meal On A Rainy Evening

This afternoon I received an invitation to a homecooked dinner by my own sister... she can cook very well and I am more than happy to go over for a nice meal.  It has been four or five days since I have a proper rice and dishes for dinner... er... ever since the Abalone meal?  

So what did my sister cook for us tonight?  Three dishes...
 Ginger with Mui Yuk... (softer leaner meat)
Love the hot ginger especially it is a cold and rainy evening...
A plate of simple stir fry spinach with garlic... minus the abalones this time....
What caught my attention is this dish....
Steamed talapia with lots of ginger, preserved beans, chillies and ..............
and..... can you see them?
I know they are not so healthy...
But then they really enhances the taste of the saucce...
And when eaten with the fresh fish, the taste was .... hmmmmm.......

Thanks for the yummylicious dinner, Sis...
A very satisfying meal for me...
*Hope its not my turn to cook tomorrow*
LOL.....
 

Comments

  1. Wow, look at all the awesome dishes, my favourite too. Really a satisfying dinner. Reana, ask your sis to join our group. She can post and share with us.

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    1. Yeah, I will ask her to do so... she loves cooking!

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  2. I don't like dishes with a lot of gingers haha, but i like spring onions, coriander and garlic though

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    1. Ginger is good for health, Boy... keeps the wind away... hahahaa...

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  3. You eating the chee yau char again! Haha must go on detox diet lu

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  4. I'm a sucker for ginger & the pork looks sooooooooo yummy! Did you pick up some tips from her??

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    1. Not yet cos by the time I finished work, she almost finished cooking!

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  5. A little sister time with a meal is always good. I always wanted a sister. She looks like a great cook!!

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    1. She loves to cook but not cooking every day.. :)

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  6. Haha, are you talking about the deep fried pork lard? Lucky that I am not the one eating or else I will have a difficult time picking them all out as I don't eat them.

    Your sister is really a good cook. Very tasty dishes. So kind of her to invite you over for a meal. Must ask her to do it more often, hehehe.

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    1. Yeah yeah... hope she reads this and will issue invitation more often... I can only issue invitation to go out and eat only...

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  7. Ginger is heaty. If your cough is due to heatiness of your body (with sore throat, lots of phlegm, and maybe, loss of voice), you should eat less or not eat at all...and do go for cooling stuff like green bean porridge/soup. If yours is a cold cough, then ginger is good.

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    1. Me okay liow... no cold, no hot.. cos I drink ginger honey too... and I also gurgle with salt water twice daily.. even cough also no more.. I think salt is the remedy...

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  8. eih, i love that "keong chong g yoke" (pork with ginger and spring onion).. looks so delicious, and especially the gravy surely good for me to go for two bowls of rice!! hahahaha.. and the fish looks good too with the sauce.. mixed both the gravy and sauce for rice, and i don't need anything else already :p

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  9. Wah, you got 'hao fook' lo, all the dishes looks yummy to me la!

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  10. I wanna book your home cook meal when i go Ipoh, hehe...

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  11. Very long time never eat home cooked food already, always eat out

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