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First Night Dinner At The Moh's

THE VERY DAY WE ARRIVED, WE WEERE INVITED FOR DINNER BY THE MOH's FAMILY.... So nice of them to call us over for a gathering to meet up with some of her friends from Malaysia as well...
And so here we are at Mary's private cafe....
One of the blogger's son was there as well...
 *Cheah, nice meeting and chatting with your son... He is a nice boy!*
it was a night of fun and laughter regardless of age and gender....
Mary did all the cooking...she is really something!
While waiting to be served by Aaron....
Malaysian food the the taking...suited me reaaaaal Fine!!
And the desserts... Apple crumble pie and custard....
I am so Blessed....
Thank you, Mary Moh for the sumptious dinner!!
And not only that, she came visiting us yesterday with two boxes of her homemade mooncakes!!
This is the only box left... Simply couldn't resist not eating one whole piece by myself!

Comments

  1. Wowwwwww!!!! Mary! So fast, already got you over for dinner!!! Own-made mooncakes some more. She's unbelievable. Ummm...the son's the one talking to her? Still available? Yours...obviously not interested bah! Hehehehehehe!!!!

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  2. How's the homemade mooncakes taste like?

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  3. The homemade mooncakes must be really tasty!

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  4. A very homey reception. I love the food and good company.

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  5. WTF!? You are supposed to recuperate and you fly halfway across the globe for that! You are more crazy than those young backpackers! But then, Aberdeen's air is of better quality than Malaysia, maybe you will heal faster there.

    Those mooncakes does not look like homemade at all by the way!

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  6. I have not meet Mary in person yet, hope got chance to meet her in person...

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  7. It is always been nice meeting fellow Malaysian while we are overseas, feel the closeness.

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  8. What a good warm welcome! Mary is such a good cook and baker to cook so many dishes and even bake the mooncakes.

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  9. You had such a lovely company to enjoy the food.

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