Home cooked dinner@Princess G’s crib

http://it-farmacia.com/informazioni-su-viagra.html Our bestie’s got 2 adorable children whom we love very much. If you haven’t seen them in a while, you will have an urge to visit them again to get a dose of the little Zs! So cute!

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farmacia online viagra generico 100 mg a Napoli This dish was cooked by her maid, who is Sri Lankan origin and it was my first time having a Sri Lankan meal. And I am liking it! Claypot cooked, tender chicken chunks with thickened spicy peppery gravy. Drizzling gravy on anything would kick up a storm!

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Princess G’s own recipe. Luncheon meat chopped in squares, fried with garlic and dried chillis. A really great combination of ingredients! I’ll try it next time in my own kitchen. This went so well with the beer I was having.

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All meats must come with some greens of course. The chopped lady fingers dish was little Zacky’s favourite. He even fed some to us just to express his love for the dish and appreciation for his mom’s cooking. For a kid to enjoy eating vegetables, needless to say, they were delicious!

It was a wonderful dinner with the family, with a little flavour of Sri Lanka and Princess G, and much much love from the adorable baby Zs!

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Indian Food Finally!@Barcelona

One of the cabbie drivers introduced us to this Indian restaurant. I had no clue on its location as the cabbie driver just drove us there. The entire neighbourhood transformed. From busy, brightly lited, city like area to dark, dim, broken homes, graffity walls solemn housing areas.
Many Lebanese and muslims from other parts of the world live in these areas.
Whatever it was, all of us were craving for GOOD SPICY food and this restaurant was spot on!
The tandoori chicken and lamb kebabs were super spicy and tender, and I’m sure they could give a good fight with our top indian food back in Malaysia.
Mango and plain lassi. YUMS. Thickened, frothy, sweet. Two words kept popping up in my mind, “Pampered. Comfort”.
The mutton briyani…. SALIVATES. Cooked with long, fragrant basmathi rice. The mutton was spicy, flavourful and tender too. Needless to say, we all binged like crazy after days of tomato paste bland food.

The view of the sea at 6 am. Gorgeous isn’t it. I will never forget this view and the smell of the salty sea breeze.
Park Guell entrance. Hello! Almost like Hansel and Gretel tale coming to life.