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Precooked Meals During MCO Days

NO MORE DINING IN..... since MCO and my neighbour buys back for himself and for us.  I told him that I eat anything edible, no special requests, whatever to his convenience.  And at times when I am lazy to cook, I also will tell him in advance and he will buy back dishes for dinner as well.  LOL.... Where to find such a neighbour, right?  

For one fine morning, he bought Hakka noodles.... 
Comes with these too....
Additional roasted pork for lunch!
Yes, for two meals, breakfast and lunch.... 
How not to put on weight???
On another day, he bought back black vinegar trotter.....
And chicken in Chinese Wine....
Both of these dishes cost RM18 in total.....
I just have to steam some rice....
And these are for my dinner on another occasion.....
Yes, I do look forward to lazy evenings when I don't really have to cook much!


  1. vinegar pork leg!!! I want that!!! Now where can I buy that here? Sighhhh!!!!!

  2. Instead of eating the food for lunch and dinner on the current day, you could keep half of the food portion for the next day. In this way, you won't put on weight.

  3. I agree with you that your neighbour is very nice.

  4. Blessed to have such kind and nice neighbour. All looked yummy, I like the black vinegar pork. Long time did not have that.

  5. Is your neighbour your secret admirer? Wink wink 😜


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