Friday, May 31, 2013

Foodie Fridays - Cook For Family 2013

We took part in last year's Cook for Family event so how can we miss this year's event?  It's a little bit different from last year where it's a one day event, this year's event lasts for a week; 24 - 31 May 2013.  We only managed to cook 2 days during the week but we are very proud of ourselves already.  Here is what we had during these 2 days.

28 May 2013 - We had oven bake lemon butter prawns, stir fried nai bai & rendang meatballs.  It took me about an hour to whip the dishes up and we have a nice hot home cooked dinner.




29 May 2013 - The last batch of black cod fish we bought in a big pack couple of weeks ago.  We steamed it as usual and had it together with stir fried mixed veggie of broccoli, celery (balanced found in fridge) & carrot and papaya chicken feet soup.  I was not working today so I was able to boil the nutrition soup.  If its normal day I will prepare the soup the night before and put it into my  thermal pot cooker to cook, soup will be ready the next day.




I hope you had fun during the Cook for Family event, we sure did!  Looking forward to Cook for Family 2014.

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12 comments:

  1. the prawns and cod fish looks awesome!!!

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    1. Mabel, these 2 are easy to make. Though cod fish are on the expensive side but its good source of omega 3.

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  2. yum yum! recipe for your prawn dish please? :p

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    1. Adeline, that will be next week's Foodie Fridays' post =)

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  3. I also want that prawn receipe!

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  4. The prawns are making my mouth water. They look so delicious.

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    1. Halie, you too? haha~ I'm sure you know how to make them =)

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  5. Whao..the dishes really look so mouthwatering.. really wide selection of food you cook Jennifer.

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    1. We love to experiment with new dishes once in a while and not restricted to the usual dishes. Its quite interesting how the same food can comes together and taste so different when you add in spice and seasoning etc.

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  6. Just look at that prawns....I just drooled. :)

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    1. Its delicious, I can guarantee you that!

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