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Sunday, November 19, 2006

While Mommy's away....

My meals are all being taken care of by my mom.... she has been a great support for me (frankly, i can't imagine how to cope without her help). Coz i work full-time and live far away from the office, it's quite impossible to have enuf time to cook my dinners. Everyday, i'll stop by her place for dinners before heading home. She has gone for a much-deserved holiday, and while she's away, it fell upon me to make sure that her darling grandchildren are being fed proper food (junk food are a big NO-NO). So i decided to post dishes cooked during these 2 weeks, just in case she came by my blog and she knows her grandchildren's meals are being taken care of.... LOOK MA, homecooked food! hahaha... so far, 1 week had passed by. now i fully understood how difficult it was to plan all the meals everyday... from getting the groceries rite down to cooking enuf food for family members!



  • does this have brown rice in it ? can u share the recipe please? thanks

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:30 PM, November 19, 2006  

  • Hi May,
    Brown rice is used to make this beehoon, thus called brown rice beehoon. Cooking this beehoon is easy. Juz soak the beehoon in water for 5 mins (as instructed on the packaging). Cook the sausages 1st and slice them. Then pour in dark soya sauce, light soya sauce, oyster sauce, some sugar and salt. Add water and bring to boil. Then put in the shredded carrots into the boiling sauce. when carrots are half-cooked, put in the drained beehoon. cook till the sauce is abt to dry up, add in the peas and corn (pre-cooked already) and sausages and cook till sauce is dry.... hope you can understand! happy cooking.

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 11:14 AM, November 20, 2006  

  • Thanks....where can I get this special beehoon?? :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:19 PM, November 20, 2006  

  • This beehoon is easily available... i got mine from giant hypermart, but i believe ntuc or other supermarkets shd be selling it. it's healthier than the "white" beehoon that we always eat as it's made of brown rice.

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 9:22 AM, November 21, 2006  

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