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Tropical Fruits And A Homecooked Meal Before Departure

Leaving Ipoh without enjoying durians is unheard of.... due to some recommendation from friends, some from FB to confirm this too, we came upon this special uncle with one leg.  He is well known for selling quality durians in Ipoh Garden...he sells at the pavement of one of the shops along the Shell Petrol station..
He doesn't have many durians... but I heard most of them are good taste!
Among durians, he also sells mangosteens and duku langsat..
The fruits are now in season...

My boys patiently awaiting for Uncle to choose the durians...
 
Uncle is now performing his task....
 While Andy is looking on.....
Uncle asked him nice or not each time he opens one... 

Soon all are opened and ready to be packed... 
We bought 4 for RM37.... cheap!
Before my boys left Ipoh, a homecooked meal was prepared ....
This is their special request dish....
With durians as desserts and a homecooked meal, 
I hope they find this homecoming trip a worthwhile trip!
Till we meet again... 
Not sure when but I hope it will be soon! :)


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  1. When i visit u in Ipoh, any homecooked meal anot? Wink wink, hint hint...

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    1. Sure none.. hahahaa.. cos I don't want to embarrass myself and you..

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    2. Aiiyieeerrrr!!! I wanted to ask the same question too!!!

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  2. Syok lo, got mommy's old fire soup to drink~

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    1. Any soup will do when they are back.. as long as got soup on the table.. :)

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  3. Still got durians?..over here, durian season already over. Nothing beats homecooked food. Simple & yet delicious. Both boys going back, house quite, food marathon over, back to empty nest syndrome.

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    1. Yes, you are absolutely right, Irene.. I guess as parents, we face that for most of us.. .

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  4. Bet that was the best meal they had when they were home. Nothing can ever beat mum's cooking, that's the bottomline. Back to missing them again, eh? At least I get to see my girl once a week, not too bad.

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    1. Yeah, at least she doesn't have to travel long distances by flight or by car... very blessed...

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  5. wow wow wow!! this durian feast and homecooked meal certainly draws a perfect fullstop for the trip huh?? specially requested dish, got abalone leh~~ slurps!!!

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    1. Yeah, still got one remaining from CNY... hahaha... now only manage to open to eat.. hahaha..

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  6. Must eat durians and mom's homecooked dishes - yes! I am sure both of them are looking forward to their next trip home to Ipoh.

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    1. Wonder when their next trip.. not so soon definitely! :(

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  7. Nice~ I always miss my mum's home cooked meals and insisting on having them when I'm back. Glad you have such good children that visits you during long weekend. Are your boys studying too?

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    1. Both my sons are scared of outside food already.. so now whenever they come back, they must have at least one homecooked meal if not all.. hahaha..

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  8. All went back again ? Poor mummy. .. go to church for fellowship and small group.

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    1. You go and entertain them la..! hahaha.. don't mind about me..

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  9. This is a wonderful looking meal. And also nice to help out this man instead of buying from a big store.

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    1. At least he works hard for his living.. and quality goods too!

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  10. Very nice meal there! With durians for dessert lagi best :D

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  11. sobs...........now kepunanan liao...lol...the durian habis jor .Now pimples popping out LOL

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    1. I also dont know what that word is.. hahahaa... kepunyaan? cannot be.. doesnt blend in there.. i guess small kucing is mabuk with durian liow! hahaha..

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    2. BM dah bagi balik to Cikgu liao.....lol...supposed to means missing it very much....

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  12. Yaloh. The fruits season is back!

    Nice homecooked dishes.

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  13. Hmmm, I wonder why u don't cook for your family when they go back home. My mum makes sure we have home cooked food every time we go home as to her, eating out is unhealthy and expensive. That is how she shows her love for us.. 😍

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    1. Oh dear, my kids read this may think I don't love them.. sigh... No home cooked food means no love for them.. I really must learn how to cook from now on... *Jia You!*

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  14. Aiyo Durian again, you really grabbed every single opportunity to makan durian lol

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    1. Ken, seasonal fruits... so must makan while it last...

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  15. What a sweet mama! I wanted to cry la on seeing how nice of you to feed the boys delicious homecooked food and durians! I miss those days my mum did the same but now she is 'almost' bedridden. I feed her now with the best food she likes every weekend.

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