* sniff* *sniff*. I can smell Christmas. 3 days and counting down… My dear readers have you got any plan how to celebrate this Christmas? If you are planning for a meal with your family, loves one or friends you can hop over to Lingzie or What2see blogs to find out places to eat during Christmas.
As for myself, I’ll be counting down this Christmas with my friends and him of course *wink*. And of course not forgetting to exchange gifts.
A surprise came to me last week… I got an early Christmas goodies from Traders Hotel. Those xmas cup cakes are so cute and awesome! Thanks Eileen!
Jingle Bell! Jingle Bell! Yay! Christmas is coming and I bet people are starting to plan for Christmas meal with family, love ones and friends.
In conjunction with Christmas, The Brasserie at Traders Hotel offers Festive Semi Buffet Lunch for the whole month of December.
Mid Autumn Festival is near. Looking for a place to have a reunion dinner with your family or loves one?
Young Heart Restaurant offers 2 set meal packages (4 pax package & 2 pax package) in conjunction to the Mid Autumn Festival / Mooncake Festival. Thanks to Ms. Kee, the proprietor of Young Heart owner & Jason, a few of us got to enjoy both of this set meals prior to its launching.
Young Heart serves dishes which are prepared, cooked with care and healthy eating is the main key that is being emphasized here.
Chinese New Year is just 2 days away. Everyone is preparing for this festival; making cookies, decorating their house, buying new clothes and etc.
End of year of Rat is not that pleasing where those who work in semiconductor related industries are badly affected by shut down, pay cut, retrenchment and vss.
Hope in the Year of Ox, economy will start to bloom again and we won’t have to worry for our employment.
I will be driving back to my hometown today. Before I leave, I would like to wish all my readers a Happy & Prosperous Moo Year! Enjoy the festival and holiday with your family and friends.
If you are traveling to Penang during this CNY, char koay teow, hokkien mee, laksa and rojak are the must try local food.
Enjoy this holiday season !
Ho Ho Ho… Christmas is near! Have you bought a gift for your family and love one? … Chocolates? Perfume? Cosmetic? Tie? Wallet? Belt? What would you buy?
But… gift is not that important afterall, right? Spend this holiday with your love ones… that’s precious!
Here I would like to take this opportunity to wish my readers a wonderful Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Does the title sound weird to you? salty tang yuen? This is how my family cook tang yuen apart from the normal tang yuen in sugar syrup.
Here I would like to share how my family will eat tang yuen on this day. We normally will cook some salty tang yuen for lunch on Dong Zhi day. We would boil some soup with chicken, pork and dried squid. Then we will cook the tang yuen and put them into the soup with some corriander leaves and it’s ready to be eaten. Here’s my bowl of salty tang yuen.
Tomorrow, December 21st is the day where Chinese celebrate Winter Solstice (Dong Zhi).
I would like to take this opportunity to wish all my readers Happy Dong Zhi !
This tang yuen was made by my aunt for tomorrow prayer.