Post-dawn prayer breakfast@Seksyen 14, PJ

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Sometimes, TLCC brothers and sisters will gather for a fellowship breakkie after Friday dawn prayers and today was one of those breakkie days!

Sekyen 14 corner kopitiam is one of the spots we frequent after dawn prayer, being near to church and also to some of our office work places.

There is a famous Chee Cheong Fun stall at this kopitiam and it is constantly sold out by 8 in the morning. If you are there, you will see most tables have CCF plates on their tables.

Today, everyone ordered the same except me. Plates of smooth, silky, white deliciousness. And combine it with a hot cuppa stocking filtered coffee.

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I opted for the toasted bread instead, which is pretty good here! Decently added butter and home made kaya. Yumsssss……. ๐Ÿ™‚

Early morning goers, especially those in the pharmaceutical industry where the offices are nearby, worthy visit for breakfast and I’m sure the rest of the day will be great if you start off with an awesome breakfast!

The lady iron chefs are back!@House Warming Party!

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The lady iron chefs are back! Cooking up a glorious home cooked Korean foodie storm for the house warming party to celebrate PS’s new home. Those are truly smiles of confident star chefs!

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Koreans undeniable love vegs. This table had more vegs than I ever saw on a typical chinese dinner table. Be it fermented or fresh, they were yummylicious!

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The “Chap Chae” or I usually refer it as Korean version of “tang hoon” also contained a lot of vegs. Heallthier version of our usual tang hoons, as it a lot less oily.

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Home made kimchi! Fuhseh! Slightly spicier versions..fitting to my liking!

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Their rice are also different, slighly glutinous and brownish in colour. Each pellet nicely form, now that’s good rice! They weren’t sweet too…perfect for the flavourful dishes that night.
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Vegs, move aside. Here comes the star dishes! Korean pork belly slices fried to tender perfection. Well marinated and full of flavours. Even the fatty bits just melt in your mouth.

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I much preferred the spicier version! By nature I am a chilli pot. However, my first love still went to my mama’s home cooked curry pork ๐Ÿ™‚

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Enjoying two servings of delicious home cooked Korean food…with a battery operated bunny as my candlelight dinner partner.

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All great things must end with a sweet finish ๐Ÿ™‚ Only from this dinner that I’ve learnt Koreans love fruit punch too! And what surprised me more is how much they adore Fanta. This fruit punch has chopped pineapples, watermelons, preserved cherries and nata de coco mixed with Sprite and Orange Fanta. Slurps! Things like these make you feel like a kid again:)

It was a great night of good food and lovely company. Looking forward for the next Korean foodie galore!