Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Brunch with them

It was Winter Solstice last Tuesday, so we made tang yuan at home. My girl helped me with some of them, so some were big and others were small. Not consistent but never mind. It tasted the same. ^^


We also sent some over to my FIL who are staying alone in Kuching. After that I brought the kids to Koufu Food Court for brunch.

My brunch companions

Initially planned to eat kolo mee but Ah Pi was not opened that day so we ended up having food from this fried stall.


The kids had this fried kolo noodle (RM4.00) and boy, it looked good and delicious. At least it was as the kids enjoyed it.


Different story for my tamato kway tiaw. Not what I expected. RM4.00 was cheap but other than green vegetables, cabbages and sliced hot dog, it was tasty. However I expected more ingredients in it. Seafood like fish balls, sliced fish and eggs than sliced hot dog. 

Anyway, it filled up my tummy and weather has been so warm that day that after our brunch, we stayed indoor. But good for my laundry as it has been raining for the past few days. ^^

9 comments:

Small Kucing said...

alamak...too bad about you keuy teow. Something new wor...they put sausage

Shirley Tay said...

Gosh, I haven't had tang yuan for years! Hahaha! Merry X'mas to you! xoxoxoxo

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Makes me think when i was a kid, i used to make it at my late grandparents place...

Diana Diane Teo said...

I helped my mom did the tang yuan too and my mom also complained that it's not consistent as well :P

I love to eat tomato kuey teow and I notice it only can be found in Sarawak.

suituapui said...

Found one place here, the tomato kway teow really nice but went twice, both times did not take photos, must do that one of these days. :D

Nancy Chan said...

My kids helped me with the tang yuan when they were small. They made all kinds of shapes and sizes but it was fun. This year no tang yuan because they were working and didn't take leave.

Irvine Chin said...

sweet. family made tang yuan!

ChrisAu said...

Nice brunch there and glad you also made tong yuen for the kids. :)

Merryn said...

Happy New Year to you and family, Rose :)