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Our First Croaking Lunch In Johor

IT FEELS WONDERFUL TO BE BACK AGAIN IN JB!

Upon arrival at the Jb airport, we were "whisked" away within minutes after collecting our luggage. The Dim Sum from our breakfast had evaporated fast in our body, we were looking forward to filling our tummies again, this time with Johor food. The journey from the airport to our place took around half hour or so, *didn't really time it* .... anyway, time did pass very fast and soon we were at the "croaking" shop for our lunch...
 We chose the medium size claypot which was filled with the fragrant of the ginger and shoots plus 
of course the meat....
Ordered another side dish of eggs with salted raddish...
And a medium size of white porridge which was already flavoured as well....
Something easily digestible and went along well with the croaking meat....
Really Good to see Andy again after so many long days and nights....
And I guess the feeling is mutual...   :)


Comments

  1. He looked happy to see you too! Haha. Yummy claypot dishes. I love croaking meat too. Long time did not eat it.

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    1. Yeah, me too... long time didnt eat till that day...

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  2. Frogs' legs? Eeeeee....no, thank you. I remember a picture...of frogs walking around on crutches. So funny! Muahahahaha!!!!!

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  3. Tin kai porridge+claypot? Yummzzz.. I had that before somewhere here in Sunway, very nice, very "yap mei", we ate a lot of rice with the claypot..

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  4. Yea..good to be with the kids again :) Andy misses you a lot I guess....thinner leh..haha

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  5. Croaking? You ate frogs hah..hah... I don't really fancy frog legs because there's not much meat.

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    1. Yes, not much meat but don't know why it is nice... :)

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  6. wah, so happy lah, touched down and immediately brought to go makan good food!! i think Andy must have done a lot of preparation "homework" before you fly over, else how to satisfy the Ipoh Food Mayor?? and this croak-croak porridge comes from SG??

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    1. Croaking porridge everywhere also got.. Ipoh pun ada... :)

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  7. Wah...must "bou" already after the long journey. It's good to see him again

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    1. Actually didn't know what to eat until saw the sign ...

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  8. Can arrange to meet Christopher ya... hehe....

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  9. I would love the plain porridge and egg with salted radish but no thanks to the croak, croak clay pot...hahaaaa......

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  10. No, thanks to the croak croak. Just plain porridge & egg for me too.

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  11. Enjoy your stay in JB. Your son must has been longing for your visit.

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  12. yeah yeah ...can meet up this weekend, friday no work. hahah

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  13. P.S.:
    Aiyorrrrrrrr!!!!! Andy is so so so thin! Hmmm...he needs someone to take good care of him, feed him! :D

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