Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Unlike most noodles flavour, this is a mostly sour and slightly spicy soupy noodles. The meat stock really leaves the mouth watering because of its sourness and I often have three bowls of this in a row because it is a really light dish. My spouse love to have this when on a diet and feeling hungry and the effect is amazing.
Friday, August 1, 2008
This is the kind of thick soup and crispy meat with thick egg noodles that my spouse and I indulge in. We still remember this being one of our wedding meal course and everyone feed back that they have not enough. Today, every bite recalls our sweet memory at the wedding that leaves us so much falling in love again.We are also reminded of this:
Monday, July 28, 2008
It is really a big gift to be able to savor this braised noodles that use one hour to prepare in tonic sauce. My wife just love the mushroom that melts in her mouth and I love the well done noodles that is so smooth to slurp. Furthermore, I believe that the tonic cures my wife long term cough and that is why I always have this every week at our fav restaurant.
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
I dedicate this post to my true love with this poem: http://loveryz-livehappy.blogspot.com/2008/05/love-song-lyrics-my-true-love.html
wishing her a happy birthday and for letting me love her over and over again. This dish is for you dearest darling to celebrate my love for you and that to declare my love for you lives on forever. PS: try this with the sambal chili that is chopped in heart shape my love. Enjoy!
Sunday, July 20, 2008
This is not for the faint-hearted because I need to be chili tolerant and I am to finish this dish. The heavy coconut cream adds a lot of flavour and combines so well with the chili sauce that I share three bowls with my wife beloved. the laksa leaf gives it a refreshing morning dew fragrance that opens up our appetite every time.
Thursday, July 17, 2008
During lunch, my wife and I will frequent our lovely restaurant for a home cooked tasting broad rice noodles in chicken soup with much sliced meat and fresh water shrimps. We definitely slurp up this wonderful cuisine with french loaves to dip in. At times, we will mix in fried frittters to have a heavier luch and satisfied stomach.
Monday, July 14, 2008
The feeling of such thin noodles with the cruchy vegetables and fried meat makes me easy to accept this delicacy for almost every meal. During parties, my dearest honey will come up with this dish with sliced onions to enhance the overall spicyness. Without fail all our guest will give their heavenly praises for my talented wife who cooks with her heart.