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Our Home Dinner and Supper At Aneka Selera Ipoh Garden

They worked hard during the day... My two "hunks" vacuumed the whole house, took down all the curtains (cos mom is not tall enough!) cleaned the ceiling fan (singular)... window panes... mopped the floor... all the tasks that the mom dislikes doing... hahahaa... all these tasks done after a hearty dim sum breakfast!

For dinner, it was Reanaclaire's homecooked food... sons requested for steamed minced meat with "tong choy" but I ended up steaming with "tai tau choy"... almost same, right?  hahahaa...
My girl did all the chopping up the meat... manually... no grinding...
She also helped to fry the eggs with big onions... 
And some mixed vegetables....
Pumpkin, french beans, dried prawns and minced meat floss as toppings..
hahahaha...
And ABC soup to complete the dinner!

That was not ALL!
We went shopping after dinner...
Someone mentioned that he wanted something to quench his thirst..
But eventually ended up ordering more than a DRINK!
Love this Jelly Lime drink...
So Quenching! Yes!
Sotong with Kangkung in Pumpkin Sauce... so nice and sweet!
Dry Curry Noodles...
Crispy mini crabs!  
Oh gosh.. who ordered this????
Lobak!
I didn't touch this... believe me... hahahaa..
And Ikan Bakar.... Stingray!
Hey guys.... I REALLY don't like to say this.... 
But ....
I REALLY LIKE ALL THESE UNHEALTHY FOOD!! 
oh my goodness... !!

Comments

  1. Wow, sinful supper after the delicious homecooked dinner! So joyful seeing all of you enjoying each other's company.

    Have a blessed and happy Chinese New Year!

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  2. My favorite foods are all not good for me!! Your kids are so good and so helpful, you are really blessed with them.

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  3. What you call dished out at home sure look nicer than what you all had outside! Your kids sure can eat hor! Wish mine's like that.... Eats so little, like a bamboo, so thin. :(

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    1. hey Arthur... same with my girl la... I really dont know how to describe also.. hahaha

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  4. Did I hear after dinner????....can still finish that much. The boys are big eater. No wonder both looks so tough & strong. Like people say, "chiak si hock"

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  5. Wahhhh, after dinner can still stuff in so much food? Lei hou geng! I love all your homecooked food, all my favourite food too, food I grow up with.. That jelly lime dessert paling best!

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    1. Not me stuffed all man! hahahaha.. Ate a bit of this and that.. and the rest went to the bodyguards!

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  6. You are the only mom that I ever seen that instead of scolding the kids for eating unhealthy food, you rather eat with them XD

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    1. OH my Goodness! What does that make me??? hahahaa..

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  7. Blessed Lunar New Year to you and your family...

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  8. The boys deserve the food for all the hard work they put in! I am impressed your girl did the cooking and some more minced the pork by hand.

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