Recipe book

After my fifth form, I was working in a textile factory. After two years of working experience, I got a job as a clerk in PJ. I had already planned to start work and just before I left to PJ, my father passed away. I had to put my new job on hold. Luckily the company could wait for me.

Few months before my father passed away, he had to be admitted to the Hospital Universiti. My mum had to take care of him for a few days. I had to take leave from work and stayed at home.

While I was home, I cooked for my brothers and sisters. I had some recipe books which I subscribed. I am still keeping them. I referred to the recipes and managed to stir-up some dishes..

Until now, I still like recipe books.

Well, here I have three of this recipe booklet. If you like to have it, please let me know. Only for the first two who want it..

 It's not for sale from Tesco


22 recipes


Comments

  1. Wah... you cooked raya fares that's in the recipe book? Nice. :)

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  2. Very good recipe book....I don't mind to own one for myself since I love eating those spicy Malay's food.can I have it?....

    Wenn, I have received the tupperware yesterday,Thx alot..i love it!!

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    1. You are most welcome! Ok, will send to u soon.

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  3. I got that booklet too, errr, from last year raya :D

    Does Tesco come up with new one? Then I better go hunt for it, hehe~

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  4. I know we can find tonnes of recipes in the Internet, but I still enjoy reading them from books.

    I have several recipe books at home, those stir-fry/noodles/simple cooking :)

    Have yet to get any for baking/dessert, hehehe!

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    1. yeah, very true.. though we can get all types of recipes from the internet, sometimes it just feel more practical and realistic to refer to books..

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    2. me too..I like to read recipe books.

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  5. wow, so you were already very into cooking since then??

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  6. i guess these three recipe booklets are not those that you have subscribed earlier right??

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  7. those that you used last time would be something valuable to you i supposed..

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  8. since you've been cooking for so many years, sure your cooking is very nice by now.. :)

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    1. yet to know how to cook other dishes..

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  9. haha, so you grabbed three books from Tesco and use them to reward your readers?? :p

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    1. I found them when I was cleaning an area of the shop.

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  10. I have only two recipe books, they are Malaysian Flavours... two are more than enough for a cook like me.. hahaha...

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    1. it's good to own at least one..

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  11. Nice blog! This book is a good recipe book. We are also providing Female Friendly Recipe Books at the affordable rates.

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  12. i have recipe books but never use

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  13. but now no longer buys coz they became white elephants

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  14. lol...maybe i should use them more so that my cooking wont kaput so many times

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  15. I am such a lazy cook but I love to eat good food. At one time I was even good friends with Agnes Chang the Guru Chef of Malaysia. She tried to teach me simplest cooking using the DIY packets but I was still not cooking. I really like your character which has so much passion and drive in everything you do. I have been telling many FB friends about your innovative ideas in running your company! It really woke me up!

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