Many times I try to arrage an outing with my sisters and never happens. However 2 days ago , that is on Wednesday night called my sisters and said can we just out for lunch and then finish with tea and call it a day. Among the 4 of us only 3 of us could make it...without calling it off ... we went ahead . With it became 5 With my niece and grandson.
We left at about 11.00 pm heading for lunch at Gems, Brickfields. The place was not full ...we went for vegetarian briyani..I remember having vegetarian briyani here about 3 yrs back and liked it. Hoping for the same flavors ...however, just the cooks must have changed because it was nothing to recomand to anyone. In the mean time my little angle was not very comfortable ..by than the restaurant had filled up and was a bit noisy...little friend was not too comfortable...we took turn to have lunch. Wanted to finish with Koolfi that is indian ice cream changed our mind because my 5 month grandson who wants to grab everything within his reach was getting restless.
Christmas around.. Wanted to get into the mood and drove over to Suria, KLCC. The Christmas decorations were ....but was surely crowded probably year end sales or the festive season. Thinking that my grandson would be excited to see the lighted up decorations..to our dismay...he was actually cranky due to the crowd and noise...guess he was missing his comfortable zone.
We talked, mostly laughed a lot ... And that was fun....All in all, it was not the place.....it was being togather. Thank you Kris, with all the dead lines to meet before year end you valued the time to be togather....love you dear. Keeping my fingers crossed for another time togather.
There were times when every thursday, used after house cleaning and special prayer for my Guru Sathya Sai Baba, my husband would always take us out for vegetarian dinner. Chinese vegetarian was something new to me than. that was sometime like 15 years ago. Over the years, I have stared to prepare more vegetarian dishes not only indian but malaysiannised them. Our favorite breakfast , vegetarian Nasi Lemak, Yong Tau Foo, Char Keow Teow, Curry Mee and many more.
I would like to share this dish which is a hit in my family....Vegetarian Yong Tau Foo.
Vegetarian Yong Tau foo
Hard tau foo
Tau foo pok( the sponge tau foo)
Ingredients for the stuffing
Vegetarian roasted chicken - defreezed and put into a food prosser or blender and mince
Salt and pepper
Garlic ginger paste
Sea same oil
Vegetarian oyster sauce
Dark soya sauce
Light soya sauce
Wash all the vegetables and slit them. The taufoo can be cut in half and scope out the center .
Now stuff all the vegetables. Now bake them as it is more healthy instead of frying. As for the sauce, mix all the ingredients and taste u may add the sugar to your liking.
Serve with the sauce and it will definately be a hit .
20.10.2114.....Monday for most of us it a working Monday, but to all Hindus who will be celebrating Diwali or Deepavalli on the 22.10.2014 it's a busy day.....
My Diwali creapt into my house at about 2am last night...This year my son hari is the the first to come home. My daughter rekha and grandson, Deveish left to Seremban yesterday to celebrate Diwali with her in laws. Sanggi my younger girl will onl back tomorrow evening.
It has been a practice in my family to have a special Diwali reunion dinner on Diwali eve it's with my inlaws. It's on the eve too that we exchange gifts. Ang Pow is given on Diwali day after taking blessing from the elders. Normally we set a theme for the food and work towards it. It gives me immense pleasure to prepare the food and everyone giving a hand in the preparation. This year it is North Indian cuisine.
11 October 2014, is a memorable and a proud day for my dear sangeetha and we her parents.
Although working for almost 10 months now, only today we had, the pleasure to witness her graduation at the AIMST university in Sungai Petani,Kedah.
Many may know that Sangee started her medical studies in Padang, Indonesia. Due to natural disaster, the earth quake which hit Padang in the year 2009 with scale of 8.5 which tore the city of Padang,the campus of University Andalas. The Malaysian government gave our students a one off chance for credit transfer and places in local private universities. AIMST was one of the Universities and Sangee choose to continue her studies here. It was all hard work to and struggle to where she is standing today.
Today as she graduates with a MBBS degree, the memories of her survival and struggle in Indonesia and in the AIMST university brought tears of joy to see her walking to receive her scrool, congratulations to you my dear, her batch mates and her dear Padang Gang.
Sanggi ma, congratulations on your graduation dear. As you go forward take along the lessons you learned in university and make your dreams come true. Our blessings are always for you ma..
The month of September, brought 2 memorable events in my life....
My 2 heros, my son Hari and grand son Deveish
On the 20 th of September my son celeberated his 30 th birthday, it has been some years that his birthday fell on a weekend. Glad that he came down to be with us.
My putera with his birthday cake....
Sunday the 21st September, another memorable day....my grand son had his 1st balding ceremony...which the maternal uncle that is tplays an important role. The balding ceremony has to conducted with his maternal uncle carring him. We were a little nervous how baby Devish will react and will my son Hari be able to handle him. Well, Devish hats off to you baby....he sat down quietly until his crown was cleared.