Tuesday, February 2, 2010


#1's God sisters came for lunch today. They return to Australia on Monday. One will begin working and the other to complete her degree. They have been friends since lower primary school.

Mum and I cooked lunch and served several simple dishes.

Spicy sweet and sour pork ribs. This was a real hit - everything gone.

Japchae from yesterday.

Curry chicken made from mum's own home made curry powder.

Everyone's favorite Bangkuang fried with pork strips, dried sotong strips and spring onions.

Salad to go with the bangkuang.

There was a tray of freshly baked scones for dessert.

A closer look at the fluffy delicious scone.


javapot said...

wah u managed to get lovely layers on your scones - drool

Nicole's World said...

wah, ur food ... look very yummy..

Bento Pet said...

javapot: Wow! You know how to tell the difference! It's really, really good!

Bento Pet said...

Nicole's World: Was a very good meal! Yeah!

June said...

it is sengkuang not bangkuang . this is my 1st time seeing ppl called it bangkuang .

Bento Pet said...

June: Hahaha! That's what the Hokkiens call it. The Malays call it Bangkuang. *grins*


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