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Saturday, 25 January 2020

Reunion Dinner Eve Of Chinese New Year 2020

This year elder son brought home some fishes that he caught on his fishing trip and younger son brought back a box of Mandarin oranges. 
 One of the red packets in my collection.
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Home cooked lunch for 4 people on the eve of Chinese New Year.
Sweet Sour Meat Balls.
Pig's stomach, rib bones, gingko, carrot and peppercorn soup.
I only managed to snap photos of the above 2 dishes.
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Reunion dinner for eve of Chinese New Year. 
 Steamed free range chicken
 Fried soy sauce prawns.
 Sauteed green vegetable with prawns.
 Home made salad or prosperity toss.
 Simple home cooked Reunion Dinner for 4 people. 
Looks like a Ladybird. Yes or No?

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

But most of all, dear brothers,

do not swear either by heaven or earth or anything else;

just say a simple yes or no so that you will not sin

and be condemned for it.

(James 5:12, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. Happy New year 😊 thanks for your sharing...

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  2. You sure cooked a lot...I bet everyone enjoyed it.

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  3. Hello, Cute capture of the ladybug! The chicken and prawns look delicious. I would like the mandarin oranges too. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS, thank you for today's visit and comment.

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  4. Great dinner for the New Year Eve! So delicious!

    A cute ladybug :)

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  5. ...warm wishes for the Nw Year Nancy.

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  6. Happy Chinese New Year to you and your family Nancy.

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  7. It is a ladybug!! All your dishes look so good! Happy Chinese New Year to you and yours!

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  8. Szczęśliwego Nowego Roku ! Pyszny świąteczny obiad:)

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  9. Tasty home cooked dishes especially the prawns. Your home made yee sang looks good - any recipe to share?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. No special yee sang recipe to share. I use cucumber, daikon, carrot, pomelo, fried wanton wrappers for crunchies, crushed peanuts and toasted sesame. I used sliced canned abalone to replace raw fish. For the sauce, I mixed orange jam, plum sauce, salt, honey, a bit of water. Sprinkle 5 spice powder, and pepper. That's all.

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  10. The box is so pretty, and you could find many different uses for it. Wow, the flower and bug! It is a Ladybug, but with an unusual spot pattern.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Ladybugs are friends of my garden.

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  11. Such a feast! Happy Chinese New Year, Nancy.

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  12. Ladybird, ladybird, fly away home! We used to say that as children, or use the word ladybug, either one.

    A love dinner, and a happy lunar new year to all.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. It is good to have ladybirds in my garden.

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  13. Wow your reunion lunch and dinner look so yummy. I am drooling at the meatballs, steamed chicken and soy sauce prawns. Need a lot of work to cook pig stomach.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. I used to clean and wash the pig's stomach. Nowadays, I pay extra to have the stomach cleaned and washed. Saves a lot of work for me.

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  14. The spread for New Year look nice.

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  15. Hello. So delicious dinner. The photo of ladybug is colorful and beautiful.

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  16. Muy buena comida. Se ve que es una mariquita, pero una variedad diferente. Besitos.

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  17. Happy New Year, the food looks so tasty.

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  18. Great selection of interesting food. i am sure that everyone enjoyed it.

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    1. Thank you, David. At least no one complained.

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  19. I hope the year is all you want it to be

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  20. Your dishes all look yummy!

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