After days of eating bread with jam or wholewheat crackers with jam for breakfast, my taste bud yearned for something different this morning. So I asked the hubs to join me for breakfast at a nearby food court after dropping off Cass at school.
This was my bowl of Ipoh Kai See Hor Fun with shredded chicken meat and wanton, which tasted very good but just not there yet. If you hail from Ipoh and have tasted the best of the best, nothing beats the authentic Ipoh Kai See Hor Fun, especially the distinct taste and sweetness of the broth and the smoothness of the hor fun (flat rice noodles). And the plump, crunchy and sweet beat sprouts too! Oh, talking about this, I am already missing good old Ipoh food!
This bowl of noodles cost RM8 alright. No more RM3.50 or RM4 like it used to be just a year ago. A hike in the cost of petrol causes a chain reaction and the price of everything goes up!
The next dish on my To Cook List is to learn how to make Ipoh Kai See Hor Fun broth! Shall google for it when I am absolutely free.
This was Sherilyn's simple dinner bento yesterday. These days, she comes back from the tuition centre between 6:30pm to 7:30pm. If we eat first, I will prepare a bento for her.
The set consisted of a peeled orange, fried fish, freshly grated organic raw radish
with Japanese soy sauce, beet root soup and a bowl of soba with veggie and seaweed. Someone at
home was green with envy when she saw the bento set yesterday and
today. So it looks like I will have to prepare a bento set to ease the
jealousy from raging!