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Vegetarian day and I’m running out of ideas. Searched online and came up with this yaki soba recipe. The ingredients are like any other stir fried noodles, the difference is the sauce. I’ve searched online on some simple homemade yaki sauce and it consists of: oyster sauce, soy sauce, ketchup, rice vinegar, sugar and some Worcestershire sauce. I pretty much have everything except the last item. I wasn’t gonna go out to get it, so I left it out. I tasted the sauce and it was fine to me. IMG_9893I threw all in the ingredients in, stir fry and pour the sauce over it. Thank goodness for the griddle! Voila, my first time making the yaki soba (without really knowing how it really taste) and it was pretty easy. IMG_9896Ah Lo and Mr. Piggy are not too crazy about the whole wheat noodles, and Dai Bee was too hungry to tell the difference and ate two plates! Personally, I thought it was pretty good and can’t wait to try it again (except using pork next time).IMG_9899

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Our dinner tonight, with my favorite morning glory, and the boys favorite chicken wings. Luckily I told the boys to save some for tomorrow’s lunch, otherwise, everything was gone. Maybe I should start making 4 dishes instead of 3, in order to have some for leftovers for lunch the next day.IMG_9664 (1)

More postpartum food / soup for my sister. Here’s silken chicken slowly stewed for 4 hours. The soup is the essence of the chicken. Since I didn’t add any water, every drop of the soup came from the chicken itself, so it’s super nutritious…IMG_8922-Ginger and wine steamed chicken with chestnut and wood ear

-string beans and tofu stir fry

-garlic brussel sprouts

-papaya fish soupIMG_9020

Ah Lo has been helping out with dinner the last few nights. Since Dai Bee is out at Yosemite, it’s nice to have some alone time with him these days.

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When I have a little bit more time on weekends, I tend to make my meals fancier. Tonight might be one of those nights.

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