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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Asian Food (Round 5)

This time around, I went with some old favourites straight from my mom and dad's kitchen. These dishes don't have any fancy names like on the cooking shows or in cook books. My parents made them, we ate them. That was that.

First up: ribs.


Then, because we were sick, congee. Loaded with chicken, wombok and ginger.


And lastly, because you need something to go along with the congee, scallion pancakes.


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I'm very pleased to say that Nathan did not cry this time we had congee.

The first time I made congee back in Toronto, we served it for dinner and for no apparent reason, Nathan burst into tears and refused to eat it. Needless to say, I was slightly taken aback. I mean, I know my food won't be served in any five-star restaurant any time soon but I didn't think it was that bad.

This time around, there were no tears. In fact, Nathan really enjoyed it an asked for it the next night. Hurrah!

3 comments:

  1. mmm scallion pancakes.. the saltier the better :)

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  2. mmmm scallion pancakes indeed! :)

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  3. Congee! Perfect for the cold winter!! Yum!

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