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Reanaclaire Homecooked Meal

IT IS BACK TO HOME COOKING AGAIN.... The week has started... 

Ever since I came to Johor, I cook during the weekdays cos by the time my sons come home, it is almost 7.30pm to 8pm depending on the traffic at the customs.   No point going out to have late dinner, quite tiring for my sons by the time we finished the dinner outside. 

So here I am... Yours truly, Reanaclaire put on her apron again and make simple cooking food for her grown up kids...
As usual soup is not to be missed.... 
And this type of soup is often boiled... 
Easy as ABC? 
French beans with enoki and flower carrots....
Andy requested luncheon meat and they ended up like these...
Looks familiar?
Another one of those days... 
Reanaclaire does it her way... 


Comments

  1. simple but very nice homecooked meal leh, i like!!! yours not ABC soup but rather ABCD soup because of the additional corn, haha.. and i like the luncheon meat cooked this way, very nice to go with the rice.. and the rice, they looks brownish, you added something to cook??

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    1. No, I bought the eco brown.. quite cheap.. 5 kilo for RM19 only.. so now my kids prefer brown rice to white...

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  2. I always love looking at your food! It looks just as good as restaurants! Even better, because it is made with love.

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    1. Thank you Ginny... I guess they look kind of funny to you...

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  3. OK la...your cooking getting better and better now. Maybe I see you this Friday to pass you stuffs for my mom. I whatsapp you.

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  4. Your homecooked food beats outside food by a mile!

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  5. Ahhh abc soup, I always boil abc too.. It's always abc or old cucumber for me, easy.. Oooo luncheon meat fried egg, who doesn't like.. I can eat 3 plates of rice!!

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  6. Wahhhhh!!!! Even took the trouble to cut the carrot into flowers, so rajin.

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  7. Homecooked food, simple & yet delicious. Luncheon meat with eggs, my family's favourite. Hope to see more post on homecooked Jia you!!!!!

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  8. Flower carrots? That's not simple and lazy at all!

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  9. I really salute you for being there for them. Your presence and cooking certainly makes you the greatest mama around. Hope they will sayang you more and more each day! Happy cooking!

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    1. I better let them see your comment... hahhaa..

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  10. I want those soup, I'm so lazy to boil soup nowadays, maybe should start again.

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  11. I always thumbs up to your homecooked dishes! If I was there, I will eat two plates of rice. Burp!

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