Tuesday, 14 December 2010

When Msians Get Together, They Eat

Keeping this post short.

This happened last Friday when we hosted VM´s family at our place.  Since Christmas was near and another girl from Msia was eager to meet the madam of VM family, I invited T family to join in.  Both the Madam of the household plus myself are Malaysian so naturally, we centrered our food theme around Malaysian food.  The monsieur of the family and the kids all has no say.  Haha.
The only thing unMalaysian were the tidbits and little bites on the coffee table.  They were Mini Stollens from Dresden, Aachener Kräuter Printen, Nigella Lawson´s Chocolate Pistachio Fudge and another local German Christmas Goodies.

We had fresh popiah the fusion way.

Angela´s Bak Kut Teh was a killer. Tasted just like the ones we get from home.

CL saved us some pieces of Ayam Masak Merah to try.  It was good.  A lot of hardwork went into preparation of this dish.

I made Japanese Tempura in pretext that we need vegetables in our meal.

Angela slaved herself for us with not just her 2 hours Bak Kut Teh effort,but also a freshly made Log Cake.

Plus Kuih Talam which her hub has to drive all the way across the border for some ingredient.

Aint that a big feast for 6 adults and 2 kids? Needless to say, we were STUFFED to the brim but I am sure any of us will be glad to repeat such a gathering one more time.


  1. Wah!!! So nice to have home cooking all the way in Europe :-)

    Keep warm, Lianne!!

  2. hehehe jealousss lehhhh .. but now wifey is with ya, you can everyday BKT or nasi lemak too!:-)


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