Mother's Cooking

Last weekend I was back at my hometown for only 2 days. Time flew by so fast that before I knew it, I was already in the car driving back to KL. I wish I had more time being with my parents, maybe soon I'll invite them over to KL when I've settled down here.

Anyway while I was there, my mum actually put in the effort to whip up some dishes for me and my brother. It wasn't an elaborate meal, neither was it made with expensive ingredients, but for us it was mum's cooking. And that to us is the perfect meal. Check out some of the pictures I managed to capture, mother kept asking what it was for, and I just told her it's to share it with the whole "world".

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What can I say, I love you mum. Not forgetting father too, both of you brought us up with love and I hope to be able to repay the love you've showered unto us that helped shaped us into what we've become. Mother's cooking is still the best for me and my brother in this whole wide world.





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38 comments :

  1. #2 and #6!!! I wanna try!!!
    I miss mum's cooking too! Wait till next Sunday! im going back during Mother's day yo! Shopping for Mother's Day Present next week. haha

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  2. Home cook is always the BEST! I'm appreciating my meal at home now, certainly will miss all of them when my sem starts again :D

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  3. You make me extreme homesick now. Look at the soup, cooked to perfection, the colour says everything really very 'lou fo tong' feel. Darn, I want to drink soup also. Meatballs 100% handmade one right? Steamed pork with salted fish and duck egg, the taste of childhood.
    So when you wanna invite me over to have dinner at your house?

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  4. Wow...you mommy is cooking like restaurant's chef. :p

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  5. Fried meatballs looked delish. Must be very crunchy on the outside, tender juicy in the inside. :D

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  6. Alice Law10:48 PM

    OOOOOhhhh... I'm drooling over the steamed pork with salted fish, you hv a great chef at home! * HUGz... not you but your mom!;p

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  7. wow, yr mum cooks so well!

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  8. mag_abmy11:45 PM

    Awww, thats so sweet :) Mum's cooking looks wonderful~ <3

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  9. Wow!! the dishes as all super delicious..only the steamed pork with salted fish and duck egg alone is good enough for me to finish 3 bowls of rice. Mother's day is coming soon..show your Love!

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  10. wah.. make me home-sick right now..

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  11. Ooooo....mum's cooking! Best in the world! Money can't buy. Yum...yum... The sweet and sour looks so elaborate...everything looks so good. She must have spent a lot of time preparing - kim kia (golden son) coming home.

    So kesian old people these days...children all sprout wings and fly away - and some do not even bother to come home and visit - at best, only once a year - Chinese New Year (and that also, mostly to meet up with old friends, home around the same time).

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  12. wow... the food looks yummy!!esp the steam pork with salted fish and duck egg.. yummeh... when we are away from home, we always long for some nice home cook food by our parents.. Let's do something to show our love to our beloved mums on this coming Mother's Day! ;)

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  13. Eugeneung10:37 AM

    Too bad, my mom does not cook for me anymore, how i could tell her how much i miss her food,, sadly..........enjoy them when they are still around

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  14. Luciana1:50 PM

    Hi Isaac, the fried meatballs!! nampak sedap :)
    i miss my mom`s cooking...she can cook the fried meatballs too and so yummy !!!

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  15. mom cooking always perfect..miss my mom...uhuk...

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  16. Smallkucing3:39 PM

    Nice meal. Long time I havent eat Salted fish and pork. Biasa i put salted egg and pork

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  17. Jfook, Woot, this sunday you will really get to om nom nom mum's cooking! I'm happy for you bro

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  18. Eli, you should enjoy her cooking everyday! So don't complain when mum feeds you fat fat. Hahaha, at least that's what my mum does, everytime I'm back Penang, she feeds me KAO KAO!

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  19. Supia, faster go back to your hometown! Yes, the meatballs were home made.

    You're always welcome to dine in for dinner the next time we meet up in penang.

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  20. Tekkaus, Thanks, I will tell her that. She'll be really happy!

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  21. Teakkus, you're right! hahaha.

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  22. Alice, I know, she's the best! Thanks for dropping by Alice.

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  23. Wenn, I think all our mums cook very well! :)

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  24. Mag, Hey so long didn't see you drop a comment here. I appreciate your comments here! Your mum cooks great as well. I love her "tau eu bak" !! Haha

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  25. Agnes, haha I think you're exaggerating about the 3 bowls of rice there :) Sure, I'll show plenty of love. Thanks for visiting ya!

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  26. Nikel, faster rush back Penang bro!

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  27. mag_abmy1:21 AM

    Hey, i just commented on ur dome post lor, what long time >.> and yea i love it too, yummy~!

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  28. STP, really money can't buy. Hahaha, i'm not "kim kia" bro, and I love the distinct taste of her sweet and sour meatballs. Really can't get this taste outside.

    That's why we have to educate our kids from now, show them the light! :)

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  29. Suiying, Thanks for dropping by, do put down your blog url so I can visit back.

    I'm at KL now, and I miss Penang again. Feel like rushing back there for some more of that home cooked goodness! :)

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  30. Eugene, you're right. I shall really appreciate her while she's still around. Thanks for the advice bro.

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  31. Luciana, memang sedap!
    Hahaha, Thanks for dropping by.

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  32. Norasiah, yup, mum always the best. hehehe Thanks for visiting!

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  33. Smallkucing, Yup, it was a bit salty though. But sedap!!

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  35. flys-0311:18 PM

    Yummie yumiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! :D

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  36. supia2:03 AM

    You make me extreme homesick now. Look at the soup, cooked to perfection, the colour says everything really very 'lou fo tong' feel. Darn, I want to drink soup also. Meatballs 100% handmade one right? Steamed pork with salted fish and duck egg, the taste of childhood.
    So when you wanna invite me over to have dinner at your house?

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  37. Thanks for letting me know about other good stuff! Everything seems to be wonderful!!! Should try!

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