Tuesday, January 24, 2012


This year, the Chinese New Year's Eve Reunion Dinner was held at my house as my mother in law was not feeling well.

Nothing elaborate or complicated but the usual traditional fare which every household will be having.

I took out the special tableware set for the dinner- used only once a year.
The big bowl ready for the yee-sang.

Steamed Kampong Chicken- steamed for just around 20 minutes with rice wine, salt and pepper. Roasted Pork which was bought very early in the morning.

From front: Stir fry Baby Kailan; Yee Seng at the back.

Sweet Sour Pork, Braised Mushroom with Pig Trotters and Chicken feet, Steamed Pomfret.
Glad that most of the food was finished off except the rice - well it can be kept over the new year, so that we will have a bountiful following year.

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