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Invitation To A Humble Dinner

AARON is home for a short stay and this time he said he preferred to take more homecooked food than outside food, if we could help it.   The first night we had our homely dinner outside as in my previous post, nothing elaborated or much flavoured... just a simple meal.

And the next day, before I could even think of what to cook for him, my sister-in-law beat me to it.  hahahaha.... She invited the both of us to go over for a humble dinner in her house.... Humble or simple meal, we were all ready to go!  Anything homecooked is Very Fine with us!

When we saw what was laid on the table, I exclaimed... "Wahhhh... this is called Humble Meal?  I wonder how many dishes if it is not a humble meal... hahahhaa... "  We were famished just by looking at the dishes on the table!
Yummy Yam.... my favourite dish!
Sweet sour porkie...
Spinach....
Steamed Golden Pomfret... 
And Lotus soup with peanuts....
So... this was our Humble Meal for the evening...
Indeed we were Blessed for the scrumptious homecoming dinner!

Comments

  1. So sweet of your sister-in-law to invite you all to a scrumptious home cooked dinner. Aaron must be very happy to have such a good meal in the wonderful company of his Auntie.

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    1. Yes, indeed he is... homecooked food he likes best!

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  2. Nice! That ku lou yok caught my attention the most.

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  3. Wahhhhhhhhh!!!! That is humble? I wonder what it is like when it is not humble!!! :D

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  4. Yes, I appreciate this type of home cooked dished the most. Your SIL is so great in cooking. I like the yam dish too.

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    1. I love anything she cooks.. me lazy ma! hahahaa

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  5. My kind of comfort homecooked food. Looks great indeed & love them to bits. Yummsss!!!!

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  6. so nice being invited for a home cooked dinner.. maybe your SIL sensed Aaron's wish or he actually told her unintentionally?? haha.. I like the yam and sweet & sour pork!! slurps..

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    1. No, she didn't talk to him till that night .. but then who doesn't like homecooked food especially they are deprived from that for a long time? hahahaa

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  7. I can understand why Aaron wants to eat home cooked food sometimes. It has mama's love inside! Now I recall back when my mum was alive, I used to visit Penang and my parents often took me out for special dinners until I had to tell her that I wanted to eat at home. Mummy's cooking has the warmth and love inside the ingredients.

    My aunties never invited me to eat at home. I must be terrible. LOL

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    1. hahahahaa... Cos you got mama to take care of you.. no need aunties... my sister in law is a good cook, always like us to go back to her house...

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  8. Lotus soup with peanut, i love, hehe...

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