Thursday, November 3, 2016

Home Cooking Adventure

My wife has been quite free lately and went into the kitchen's frenzy mode. She has been cooking many delicious and healthier meals at home besides baking cakes, pies and even special loaves of bread. Here, let me shout out some of her awesome and mouth watering dishes.




Meal #1: Hearty Big Breakfast with Bacons, Baked Beans, Scrambled Eggs
& Sauteed Salad of Potatoes, Cauliflower & Carrots using
freshest oregano & mint leaves from our own garden.
The breakfast came complete with her own baked cranberry bread
and mushroom soup!





Meal #2: Kampar Styled Claypot Chicken Rice with
lap cheong and pork belly.
(No eggs or Mushrooms)




Meal #3: Fish Head Soup with Milky Broth and Tauhu Beancurd,
fresh & fermented vegetables.




Meal #4: Pan Fried Honey Mustard Chicken
with marinated herbal salad and fresh mushroom soup.




Meal #5: Korean Dolsot Bibimbap with rice and assorted vegetables,
chicken and eggs in fire heated claypot.



Meal#6: Pan Fried Marinated Fish with Rockets & Sauteed Tomatoes
with Sunny Side-up Egg.




Meal #7: Mexican Chicken with Sauteed Mushrooms and Brussel Sprout
with Fresh Tomato Soup.




Meal #8: Smiley Breakfast with pancake, bacons, baked beans
and poached herbal salad.





Meal #9: Shanghai Zang Jang Mien with poached meat, assorted sliced vegetables
and spaghetti.




Meal #10: Wanton Mee Noodles with home made Roasted Char Siew 
and Wanton Soup.




Meal #11: Mini Pastry Chicken Pies.


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60 comments:

  1. Oh gosh...you have a international chef as wife. She can whip up so many amazing dishes. I particularly like the bibimbap. I miss eating it at the Korean restaurant nearby my house.

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    1. I also love to eat the Bibimbap which tastes so healthy and nice. I am sure you can cook well if you have the time & mood.

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  2. OMG! TM, you lucky man! Your wife is a very accomplished home cook and I see that what she cooked up is so fantastic. Aiya, like that you don't need me to bake for you lah, ah? heh..heh.. All those makan she prepared for you banyak hebat lah and is making this auntie very hungry...

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    1. Heh! heh! I still wish to eat your cooking and baking which are different la. Mak Oi cepat.

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  3. Wahhhhhh such a feast!

    Anay's tumny very lucky.

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    1. You bet! My waist size increases every year but not my company's bonus!

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  4. Good evening TM... The weather is so hot now...

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    1. Good Evening Madame Zumba.
      The Weather is cool and the rain is coming soon.

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    1. Yes she is more than just a good Executive Chef. Heh heh.....

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  6. Wow, you've a great chef at home! Did you put on those smiley faces, Tan? Hey dear, come join us to Win Hello Kitty Beaded Handicrafts and Mobile Phone Accessories! for your loved ones. They're handmade by my 87-yr-old mom! It's Open to All Worldwide! xoxo

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    1. I did nothing except eating her food. My Chef decorated the smiley on the soup. Nice!

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  7. Your wife is so talented, I like meal 3, I guess because of the fish head, as I like to eat fish head noodles soup (yu tou mei)

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    1. I liked the meal #3 and everything else which was done to perfection. Have you started cooking for your family to eat??

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  8. You're one lucky guy, TM....if your wife cooks like that, you don't even have to eat out. Especially so when her food is cooked with love that comes with a smiley face (in the scrambled eggs & mushroom soup...kekeke!....you can't get that at a restaurant) :D I can see cooks around the world...from western to Chinese, Mexican, Korean and even homemade bread! O_o Her home-cooked meals are all very well balanced with vegetables or soup. Do share more of her outstanding cooking and dishes in future posts! :)

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    1. There is nothing my wife would not do or learn in this life. She loves challenges and excitements so that she could live meaningfully. I am proud that she cooked and baked so well.

      We still need to eat out often, so that she could spend her time with her work and other interests. It is more fun to eat out so that she has the mood and time to relax & slowly eat over a nice chat.

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  9. U are as "hang fook" as my husband as u guys have a wife that really can cook! LOL

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    1. Hee Hee! We must be blessed with good karma to enjoy abundance of great food laid on the table at home.

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  10. Wow you are so lucky as your wife can cook so many wonderful meals! I especially like the bibimbap served with the claypot! and your tableware are all so unique too. Your wife truly can "go in the kitchen and also come out of living room" (Chinese saying)

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    1. Yes I was impressed that my wife could make the Dolsott Bibimbap version using clay pot. No one taught her that but she has good instincts.
      I would not hesitate to use all the table wares! When I die, I cannot bring them along.

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  11. I am eyeing at Meal #2, #4 and #7

    Your kitchenware are so beautiful

    You are one lucky guy, she can cook so well and all the dishes very nicely presented

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    1. Life is just a journey and we can cook to eat what we want. It just need one's determination to fulfill anything.
      Yes the #2, #4 and #7 were very good.

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  12. Anay, you are such a lucky devil. Your letchumy is true gem in your life. She makes me feel so shameful of myself. I have not cooked for such a long time. I only hook on exercise.

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    1. Yeah I admit I am the luckiest devil for getting pampered by her. You are a good mummy and wifey in many other ways too.

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  13. Wahhhh.. you Blessed Fella!! Will never go hungry ever with such a lovely wife you have! *puts me to shame* hahahaha...

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    1. I won't go hungry but will get fatter each day.
      You are a famous Food Blogger who eats from the entire East to the West of the planet.

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  14. All these items are strange for me and unheard before… but hope all taste well, spicy and healthy. Glad you enjoyed tasting all and she took time to make all these :)

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    1. Everything tasted excellent and they are different cooking varieties from the Chinese and Western culture.

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  15. Your wife's cooking?! Those look so good I can't believe they are home-cooked. I noticed those little smiley faces she did. SO CUTE! And that rabbit pancake... oh me oh my, I don't even do all these for my boys. You are so lucky!

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    1. Yes everything was home cooked and made from scratch. I am sure you have many more innovative ideas that make your cooking interesting.

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  16. TM, you have been spoilt rotten! Do you give her a hand in the kitchen?

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    1. Hee hee hee. I have been spoilt rotten for sure.
      She would not allow me to step inside her kitchen when she is cooking.

      Thanks for dropping by always but I cannot find your blog link.

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  17. OMG, Letchumy is such a talented chef! Everything looks so wonderful and delicious!

    If there's one thing, that Meal #1, I think the banana is a bit out of place there... do people eat bananas with a Big Breakfast? Maybe I should try it someday...

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    1. RG - I know the banana seems odd but I simply placed it there to remind me to eat it later.

      Gordon Ramsay - High 5!

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  18. you are blessed, your wifey is a very creative and good cook. BTW, I like the campbell plate.

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    1. My wife is always keen to take challenges and try everything she could.

      The Campbell plate is actually the artwork of the world famous artist - Andy Warhol.

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  19. gosh!! u r such a good cook! yea...and u can cook Korean, western, Chinese, fusion dishes so well! Gordon Ramsay in the making...

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    1. Hey, I didn't say that I cooked them all. Did you do some speed reading? LOLOL

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  20. Wahhh!! You are sure one lucky man TM! Your wifey's cooking looks very presentable and delicious!
    And you took the effort to snap all the photos, that's the most suitable thing to do to show your appreciation to the cook ;)

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    1. Yes I agree that her cooking looks very presentable and delicious! I appreciate her time and effort to let me enjoy them.

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  21. wow, yr wife really put all her effort into cooking those delicious dishes. I don't even cook for my hubby..

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    1. I believe that you have cooked and baked many times in between your heavy work schedules daily. You are so humble lah.

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  22. Your wife is superb and you are so lucky! I spot your unique teapots in meal #11.

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    1. Yes I am lucky to enjoy her home cooked meals. Your eyes are always sharp to spot something.

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  23. Hi! I envy you very much。You are the happiest man in the world. Reading your former post,I was touched very much. Have nice days.

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    1. Thank you for the big compliments. I really do hope that I am the happiest man in the world. Thank you for finding time to read back all my old blog posts.

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  24. Wow! Your wife is a very good cook!! Are you sure she is not a chef? Lol

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    1. Of course my wife is the Executive chef in my eyes! LOL

      She cooks very well and make excellent Char Siew.

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  25. The way to a man's heart is through his stomach..lau nuar liao...haha

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    1. Wow! You are always good in expressing the old wives expressions and beliefs. It is so true.

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