A surprise visit
I was at the kitchen as usual preparing for lunch. Suddenly I heard the door bell. Someone must be waiting at the gate. At that moment, I was cutting the 'siew yok'. I quickly kept the meat in the fridge and went hurriedly to see who was that.
It was my friend who purposely came over since
she couldn't make it to my house the other day.
Luckily she came at the right time as I just finished steaming those kueh.
She just stayed for a short while as she had to
prepare her lunch too before she went to school.
She bought those chocolate moist cakes for me.
Love the chocolatey taste!
When she had left my place, I quickly stir-fried up the 'siew yok' with two different kinds of vegetables.
Do you know why I did that?
To eat as lunch?ReplyDelete
yes, those dishes were for lunch.Delete
Your friend is so nice to drop by since she couldn't make it the other day. Really gave you a nice surprise, ya?ReplyDelete
yes, I didn't expect any visit.Delete
So long I have not praised this WENNderful lady for making so many friends!ReplyDelete
It is nice to see new and old friends dropping by with cakes and gifts for you.
thanks for your sweet compliment, TM!Delete
Oh my favourite.. One fried with "suen", another fried with choy sum? "Suen" is called leeks right?ReplyDelete
Two types of vege fried in siew yok, well simple, one for lunch, the other keep for dinner?
yes, simple and easy and both were for lunch.Delete
your fried did not give you a ring before she visit you?? hahaha, then she must be so lucky that you were at home.. nice chocolate cakes she has brought to you, surely great for dessert after your lunch and dinner.. :)ReplyDelete
yes, she just dropped by. Very nice of her to get me those yummy cakes.Delete
Your friend wanna give you a surprise, hehe...ReplyDelete
I suppose so..Delete
Is the chocolate moist cakes made by you friend?ReplyDelete
She bought them.Delete
Have a great day ahead...ReplyDelete
Thanks, Sharon. You too..Delete
what a nice surprise...I love to eat siew yokeReplyDelete
yes, I love siew yok too..Delete
Why? Different taste?ReplyDelete
Because my kids prefer the choy sam.Delete
Hahaha, like my house lo, my mom always have to cook different dish to please those kids since they're super food picky!!! =[Delete
That's what mum would usually do..Delete
really lucky that u were at home, otherwise, your friend would had miss you again. I always call before dropping by just to make sure my trip won't be wasted. hahaReplyDelete
if the siew yok were overnight, both my mum and mil will stir fried them with vegies. Overnight siew yok not as nice to eat on it's own. Fresh ones will be a waste if use it to stir fry.Delete
yes, the siew yok were overnight ones.Delete
yes, for lunch..Delete
Cos these two dishes go well with roasted pork!!!ReplyDelete
Good evening wenn!ReplyDelete
Hmm I love siew yok too, but I always remove the fat parts and eat the meat only, haha xD I know, the fat parts is supposed to be the yummiest part of it!
Hmm, the chocolate cake seems nice too!Delete
I guess at the end you both share the siew yok together lo! =)
I don't like the fatty parts too..Delete
I ate too much of the cake that I got sore throat!