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Food Fusion Of Chinese, Philippine And Western

OUR SHOPPING IN ROSEVILLE ended around 3pm after spending around four hours at Macy, yes, just macy even though there are countless shops at the mall.  We rushed home to get our dinner ready for our hungry tummies...

Our meal consist a mixed fusion of Chinese, Filipines and western....
Taro leaves with mackeral in santan sauce....
Grilled mackerel seasoned with different types of spices....
This of course needs no introduction....
A Chinese delicacy with everything mixed in... Dried chillies and tamarind is a must...
And our dinner began.....
For desserts, the Chef's Junior baked some chocolate chips cookies....
Sorry...they are called Oatmeal chocolate cookies...
Well, they might not look as good as they seem to be in this picture here...
When I took A bite, the chocolate chips melt in my mouth.... Hmmmm.....


  1. I dunno that Chinese delicacy - never saw anything like that before. Handsome, that chef's son...and can bake some more. Double thumbs up! Still available? Wink! Wink! LOL!!!

  2. Very nice homey food! And very nice to have cookies for dessert :)

  3. Handsome chef. *wink wink*

    Very good and delicious food. I am sure you guys finished up every bits of them after a big shopping haul.

  4. asam of my favorite :)

    east meet west kinda food wor. yummy

  5. How come you ate so much and still stayed so slim?
    That cookies would always be heavenly so long as there's oats and chocolate cookies inside.

  6. wah taro leaves with mackerel in santan!! that is indeed very fusion.. and grilled mackerel with mixed spices.. and finally the Chinese mixed veggie with tamarind.. all kinds of blends and mixes!! haha, but I bet kl the dinner was a great one, and even greater to wrap it up with cookies!! :)

  7. Oatmeal chocolate cookies looks good.


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