Saturday, February 14, 2015

Happy Valentine's Day!

For me, it is just another day as I treasure every day that I could spend with my loved ones. Instead of eating expensive special set meals, we just went to our neighbourhood coffee shop and had brunch.

Fish, yin choy, bitter gourd egg with no rice - MYR7, Mixed coffee and tea iced drink - MYR2

Fried yellow noodle mixed with kway teow - MYR5

Roasted chicken and pork rice - MYR6

20 comments:

  1. It's just another day actually, and Kz is down with fever, so we didnt go anywhere nor ate anything nice.. Stayed home and I cooked mee sua using my suckling pig soup..

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    1. Sorry to hear about Kz's fever. Hope he is ok now. I love to eat mee sua.

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  2. Love the look of that kway teow/noodle mix. Ahhhh....last one looks like what I have in my blogpost today, minus the pork. ;)

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    1. It was your noodle roll that led me to order this. :)

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  3. Pak toh time, we used to go to expensive restaurants. Now, no more. Just home-cooked dinner with loved ones is as fun and comfortable too.

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    1. I agree, eat at home is more comfortable.

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  4. I like that the fish comes with lots of veggies.

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    1. I chose to have that much veggies.

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  5. This is so great that you spend each day with your loved ones! Seems like a really nice- Valentine's Day dinner!
    btw. I've never tried kway teow :D I should change that!

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    1. I think Cantonese style restaurants would have this kway teow. How did you spend Valentine's Day?

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  6. Well, I cooked this year as my son had invited his girlfriend over to celebrate together. We had a great time! Happy Valentine's Day to you too, dear! xoxo

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    1. Thanks! Your son and his girlfriend are so lucky to get to eat your delicious home cooked Valentine's Day meal.

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  7. Usually those that do not celebrate lavishly are the really loving and going strong couples :D

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    1. Hehehe, not necessarily. Could be just the stingy ones! LOL!

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  8. Every day is a Valentine when we are with loved ones. Most important is we enjoy each other's company.

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    1. Very true. Must treasure loved ones all the time and not only during Valentine's Day.

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  9. I had a very simple Valentine's day too!

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    1. Can't wait to read your blog about it! :)

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  10. I stayed home and made cookies haha. Oh well, if I want to squeeze hubby for a pressie also I never know what to get!

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    1. CNY cookies! You are so diligent!

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