Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Chinese New Year Breakfast

I was not around in Singapore for the Lunar New Year. All the children and grandchildren traveled across the causeway to have reunion dinner back with parents and grandparents.

It's quite funny that we only get to see our other cousins back in Malaysia at grandma's place, though many of us live here in Singapore. We seldom visit each other face to face, but only exchange messages on Facebook (sigh...)

These yummy food photos in Malaysia wont be appearing here. haha.. Not eaten in Singapura. LOL...

Anyway, back in Singapore and we had this for breakfast. Bee Hoon with pig innards, duck web and abalone peppery soup.

Bee Hoon Soup

This is the traditional dish on my mum's / aunt's side. The "Pek Ker" (Rice Cakes) that the Heng Hua people have.

Fried Pek Ker

Wishing all a Blessed Lunar New Year.



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8 comments:

Kearns said...

Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

I like the soup - looks really homecooked and heart warming.

Fen said...

It is amazing that we haven't been meeting up with relatives apart from CNY and weddings. At least, you are still keeping in contact with them whereas for me, it has become some distant that even if we meet along the streets, there is no anknowledgement of each other's presence...

The bee hoon soup and rice cakes look yummy, home-cooked and healthy... hehe...

Tan.wiratchada said...

Very nice pics posted. :)
Gong Xi Fa Cai~*

Anonymous said...

Happy Chinese New Year! Luv your blog, and read
it everyday. Keep up the great work!
Miss S'pore so much =(

Life for Beginners said...

Oooh Heng Hua cuisine... Maybe more traditional, family cooking posts like this to enlighten us in the Year of the Ox? :)

Here's wishing you and your daily readers 新年快乐!

Benita said...

My Dad's Heng Hua too! Maybe we're distant relatives. Heh heh.

Anonymous said...

wow! looks so scrumptious =D
don't mind, would you consider adding the price in too and for ur other posts?

thanks =) love reading ur blog posts!

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