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Chinese New Year Eve Dinner

CHINESE NEW YEAR EVE DINNER...

This year I "contributed" two dishes but cook one dish only.... sounds confusing?  LOL... And for the first time I received two dishes from my neighbours!  One from the right and one from the left.  So nice of them..... naturally they know I do not cook much and both of their dishes were finished in no time.  One gave me curry chicken and the other dish is Ju Hu Char, to my girl's delight...
This year we spent our CNY eve at my in-laws...
Eventhough my parents-in-law are no more around, my SIL still invite us over... 
So nice of her to include my family too...
An array of dishes... 
Thank you the Blessed Dinner!!


Comments

  1. Whoa! Loads of good food enjoyed with loved ones. Gong Xi Fa Cai to you and your family!

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  2. Gong Xi Fa Cai! Best of everything for you and your family! Nice spread of food. So which dish did you cook?

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    1. The mixture of this and that from the sea...hahaaa

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  3. A feast for both eyes and stomach! You have such good neighbors, too! So much to be thankful for!

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  4. WAHHHHHHHHH!!!! So much food!!!! We're not celebrating this year, not one year yet since my father passed away but we did have a simple steamboat dinner at my mum's place that night.

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    1. Yeah, normally it is like that... a small quiet affair for the first year..

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  5. Ouch!!! My comment had to go through moderation kah? :(

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    1. Oh normally after 24 hours, I moderate it otherwise I wouldn't know if any comments come in after a day...

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  6. Wow so much food, slurps

    Gong xi fa chai to you and your family

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  7. You so fast go KL, I can’t even come over to makan hahha

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  8. What a feast. Everyone contributed a bit here and there. I like that.

    Happy CNY to you and family.

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  9. wah feasting home cooked food! Happy CNY to u and family!

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  10. Still no sign of my comments. Very nice of your SIL. We did not celebrate but we did ask my niece, home from Singapore and her father - my brother in law and her mum to come over to our place for dinner. Didn't cook much, I just ordered a few dishes from Payung.

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    1. Sorry Arthur.. I only came back today so managed to publish them now..

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