Mother's Cooking #3

This will be another post showcasing my mother's delicious home cooking. Honestly, I can never get enough of her cooking. Over the past weekend, I've had the chance to taste some more of the good stuff when I returned back to my hometown Penang. This round, the cooking happened over at my house, which we were decorating up in preparation for the upcoming big day.

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Sweet and simple, a table for four.

Janice was around too that day, hence the table for four, namely my parents, Janice and myself. Do check out below on what mother whipped up for lunch that afternoon. Taken with rice, the stomach is thankful for all these food.

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Dish #1: Black Sauced Chicken Meat
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Dish #2: Fried Egg Omelette with Ham and Long Beans
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Dish #3: Stir Fried Spinach with Chicken Meat
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Dish #4: Chicken Soup with Mushrooms
Overall, a good meal indeed and I just can't wait to return back soon for more of the good life. How about you? Do you appreciate your mother's cooking? I'm learning to pick up some techniques to do simple dishes from her too!


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25 comments :

  1. Looks yummy! That omelette looks delicious indeed. My favourite simple dish. :D

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  2. should chia us one day! ahaha!

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  3. Mom cooking always the best kan

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  4. can tumpang makan at your place ka?

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  5. The black sauce chicken and mushroom sup are my fave!

    Being able to learn from your mom's secret recipe, you'll be an fabulous husband!! I reckon most girls would dream to hv a hubby who enjoys cooking, hehe... so tht their life after married can be senang mar!

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  6. Yum! Yum! Oooooo...I love her crockery set - restaurant pun kalah. So nice.

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  7. P.S. And the marble-top table and the antique chairs. Wah!!!! I wish I had those...

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  8. hey bro,u should bring me up again when u r going back to Penang.. I always love Chinese Food!! arggghhh.. I'm drooling.. LoL.. btw,Mom's cooking will always be the best!!

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  9. oh dear, looking at these.. i got to cook some for my son who is coming back from Penang to Ipoh... hahaha... i bet you have not taken such nice home cook food for a long time, right?

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  10. can like start a restaurant edy :)

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  11. homecooked meals are always the best, simple and inexpensive, but full of heartfelt taste.. i just like the chicken and the egg, good!!! :)

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  12. Mummy's cooking is the best. Hopefully one day my kids will say the same about my cooking :)

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  13. These are wedding foods lah bro,,,, so mother so kang cheong already,,kahwin lol anak kesayangkan,,,,,,

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  14. Sure missing ma late Mama's home cook meals, ours would be very simple and nice.

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  15. BTW do know how to use chop sticks? We were all trained using chop sticks since younger days never used fork and spoon.

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  16. Had lots of lecturing from my late Papa who was quite strict with table manners especially with chop sticks. Cannot hold them too low or too high up must be at 3/4 height. How we hold the the bowl is equally important. The bowl cannot be placed onto our palm but must be holding with the thumb on the brim and the fingers gripping the bottom of bowl.

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  17. Nothing beats mother's cooking! I love my monthly journey back to hometown and am always looking forward to have some mother's cooking too! :D

    But i bet ethan wont have those cravings for MY cooking! >_<

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  18. When I switched hand using my left with chopstick in late 90s I was quite lucky he didnt tembak me but asked "howcome you are left handed meh?". I jokingly answered yeah all this while mah haha.

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  19. Since on the subject of chop sticks seen this movie "Soong Sisters" on TV Dr Sun Yat Seng insisted to use chopsticks and bowl for his meals while his wife and the rest of the family used knife and fork for their steak. My nephew does that, his wife and 4 children on fork and spoon and he uses chopsticks and bowl. The next Dr Sun in the making.

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  20. Nice clear and sharp pix of all the dishes. Very ideal meal of 3 dishes + 1 soup. Your mama being observing the rule of thumb for 4 pax without any wastage. Love the double happiness plates.

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  21. LauraLeia,
    Thanks for dropping by ya. Yep, the egg with vege is good. Simple yet very nice!

    Camy,
    Muahaha, oh, you're from Penang as well. Should be okay one, that day Henry lee came down to Penang, mum cooked for them too :)

    Juanita,
    You're right! Her cooking is the best for me :P

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  22. I miss my mum's cooking ):

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  23. Wah you make me miss my mum's homecook food.

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  24. homecook food always the best!
    but what surprises me is your dining set! lol! so... traditional!

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  25. Isaac, so sweet to showcase your mom's cooking :) The dishes look so appetizing!

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