Sunday, October 9, 2011

FOOD JOKE (3). MY THREE BEST RECIPES. SUJI MEAT BALLS. ASIAN CHICKEN-VEGGIE SOUP. NUSANTARA URAP SALAD

FOOD JOKES (3) 
Fried egg, sunshine up please 
What is the meaning of  “Fried egg sunshine up” 
- must be  the yolk looking like the sun and the white sure got a real good tan :) 
wow!  the sun  shines bright alright. 
Not easy to fry egg this way.. Look, I can’t do it, if I burn/ tan  the white (yolk) , the sun will set !. 
This is something even a gourmet chef may not know how to fix.
 It takes a genius scientist chef to do this right huh  :)
btw:) i have to post at least a joke, so that it gets listed in google search LOL


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Congratulations to Ann for being tagged in a game where she has to specify her three favorite recipes (with links) and then tagged 5 other bloggers. I am one of them tagged by Ann.
welcome from cooking varieties
Before I specify my 3 favorite recipes, I would like those who have not said hello to Ann yet, to do visit her kitchen, which stresses on healthy cooking recipes.
I can for certain say that Ann blogs on authentic recipes with great photography works and had  specified that her 3 favorites are:
1- Sicilian antipasto platter  
 http://www.cookinghealthyforme.com/2011/08/sicilian-antipasto-platter.html

3- Vintage cherry soup  
 http://www.cookinghealthyforme.com/2011/08/vintage-recipes-cherry-slump.html
  
PS, LATEST NEWS- CHIC commented at Ann's comment box today - CONGRATS on making Top 9 my friend. Your Mediterranean Stew on Polenta is NO# 1. Woooo HOoooooooooo!!!! Huggssssss..
CONGRATS AGAIN ANN FROM ME AT cooking varieties

To me this is more like a simple,” Merry-Merry Going Around Visiting” game.
 cooking varieties emphasized that “varieties” is a vital link between the food and the eater.  To maximize this variety, I have opened up my blog to guest bloggers participation.

My 3 favorite recipes are:

1- Suji meat balls- Crunchy outer and soft inside


2- Chicken and veggie noodles soup- Asian style, one dish meal (july 2011)             http://cooking-varieties.blogspot.com/2011/07/chicken-noodle-soup-with-veggies-one.html


3- Nusantara Urap- vegetable salad recipe from old Nusantara (Malaysia, Indonesia-april 2011) http://cooking-varieties.blogspot.com/2011/04/nusantara-vegetable-urap-salad-recipe.html


Finally, here are the names of 5 bloggers tagged to continue the game


1- Mugdha                 http://mugdha-cookingfundas.blogspot.com
2- Spoon and chopsticks
                                   http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com/
3- Chele                    http://thechocolatepot.blogspot.com/       
4- Anu:                       http://anuzhealthykitchen.blogspot.com/
5- Now Serving        http://priyasnowserving.blogspot.com/


Here are Spoon and chopsticks 3 favorite recipes




http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com/2010/08/korean-hot-and-spicy-rice-cake-dduk-bok.html
I visited her 3 recipes, wow delicious and very tempted to try.. i like her cheesecake  best with special ingredients, baked it specially for her husband's birthday..

24 comments:

  1. Your recipes are amazing! I love the chicken and vegies noodle soup, it's something I eat often and it's probably one of my favorite Asian dishes.

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  2. Cute food jokes up at the top!
    ~Kim

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  3. I so love the chicken and veggies soup too Wan..yummy now that it is raining here in our country..can you deliver it for me Wan? hehehe..just joking I'll cook it on my own..to save from delivery charges and a fee from Chef Wan hehehe *blink blink*

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  4. What a lovely post...thank you. I am deeply touched.

    Your chicken soup is really incredible...I can see why you listed it! Delicious!

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  5. Thanks for tagging me dear, I will try to pull out 3 of my favorites and inform you :)
    Hugs,
    Priya

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  6. I love your joke and I love my eggs "sunshine up". We call them sunny side up. But from now on I will call them as you do :D I love your favorite recipes and will check out Ann's blog. Her photos, like yours, are beautiful!

    My latest blog is about photographing food.

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  7. Sunshine-up is called eye-egg in my birth country ;-)

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  8. Thanks so much for tagging me. It's really hard to pick 3 of my favourite recipes :) but I will try:

    1) Make your own Sushi at home: http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com/2010/10/make-your-own-sushi-at-home.html

    2) Baked Lemon Cheesecake with Orange Syrup and Cocoa: http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com/2010/08/baked-lemon-cheesecake-with-orange.html

    3) Korean Hot and Spicy Rice Cake (dduk bok ki): http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com/2010/08/korean-hot-and-spicy-rice-cake-dduk-bok.html

    Hope you'll like these. :)

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    Regards
    Spoon and Chopsticks
    http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com

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  9. Like all your recipes Maznah, creative and different then the rest.

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  10. many thanks for the kind visits and sweet comments from: Andreea, JustBu, yummy chunklet,
    sie, ann, now serving, mari, jasna,
    spoon and chopsticks, nave and Sonia.
    Have a nice day.

    @ mari, thanks for liking my “sunshine up”
    @ jasna, thanks for the name +eye egg" :)
    @ spoon and chopsticks, thanks for the links

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  11. Hello Dear....I had been tagged already in 7 links game is this the same??

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  12. k count me in..will post it soon!

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  13. Hi Wan, there is nothing more spectacular on this planet than that of a beautiful wife or mother in the act of cooking for her loved ones.
    And a recipe has no soul. You, as the cook, must bring soul to the recipe.
    Again, no restaurant in the world can match a mother's cooking...because she uses that special ingredient called, 'love'.

    I love eggs, sunny side up, or over easy.
    You keep a song in your heart and have a nice day.
    Lee.

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  14. wow..your top favorite recipes are awesome..
    wonderful post Wan..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  15. Waoo my dear!!!Nice Post!!
    These links are really interesting! thanks for sharing with us..
    ~Love

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  16. thank you very much anu, lee ,jay and craetive nid for the lovely comments and kind visits.
    @ lee, thanks for the name "over easy"

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  17. Very great listing top recepies of your and 2 of them are also mine. Oh yes I havent graduated, It will take 1 year and 3 months to graduated. I have got a part time job. i have worked in 3 institutes and that will be 4th.
    :)

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  18. Hahaha this posts is entertaining! btw I call my eggs-- sunny side up! its fun to know what people call it in other areas ;)

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  19. In Bahasa Malaysia,
    In our mother tongue, Bahasa Malaysia;
    "MASAK" means COOK and
    "MASAK" also means RIPE..

    I was buying some mangoes when I overheard a Malay lady giving instruction to her Pakistani worker in fluent English...

    "Please choose the cook cook mangoes only!".

    Cheers

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  20. thank you very much to sarang mangi, uk web hosting and katrina for the sweet comments and visits

    @ katrina, thats very funny ..ha ha ha the paki maid's english must be better than the boss..

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  21. dear,
    thanks for stopping by..
    btw ..Omam or ajwain is a seed and ayurvedic spice available at all Indian stores. This healthy spice helps in lot of digestion.
    try n enjoy..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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