There were several incidents that have happened over the pass few days which I had takes shots of. However, only now have I remembered to bring both my cable and camera to office to upload them into my computer.
I simple have so many other things to do at home!
So, here are some photos and some narrations of what has been 'up-and-about' this pass few days!
First and foremost must of course be about boyboy. This bumbo seat is a product of community living that I had written about earlier.
Boyboy started exploring it the first few times we put him in. But now after about 15 minutes, he arches his body to try to get out of the seat...and if we don't take him out, he will call and call until we do.
Unless of course we manage to distract him while he sits there....or let him watch some kids movie.
One time in his effort to get out, he leaned forward so much that the whole seat tumbled and he managed to come out. Only he cannot crawl yet and therefore got stuck under the seat!
Of course I was a spectator to this and quickly rescued him afterwhich. I just wanted to see how adamant he can be at getting his way! Sigh....my boy certainly has a mind of his own.
Concerning food and friendship, a friend of mine would be leaving for New York soon. So, we took her out to Ma Ma's Kitchen.
I wanted to surf for some reviews on this place, but surprisingly there weren't many people who had eaten there and written about it!
As I looked around that afternoon, I think I realised why. Most of the patrons were families and some older folks. I guess they have other better things to do than to take photos of food and post them on the net!
But here is what we ate anyway!
Omelette with cincaluk - very thin, alright as far as egg goes!
Rendang Beef - really good, quite spicy!
Kai Lan - ordered at the request of my US colleague.
Gulai Asam Ikan - it's like Assam Fish and the gravy was spicy and sour enough.
However, my favourite (that deserved a photo of its own) was the Inche Kabin.
This is actually a typical Penang dish. The best I have tasted so far was in Penang YMCA restaurant.
Its actually chicken marinated in Lea Perrins and then fried.
Then, on Sunday, we decided to try Marco's Pizza. My mum was down from Ipoh and she also wanted to eat Pizza since she would not be able to eat good pizza in Ipoh (she specifically told us NO PIZZA HUT PLEASE! )
So, after church we went there to take away 1 large pizza...
And with 1 large pizza, they give us 1 regular pizza
( on promotion) !
Large pizza - Marco's Supreme
The pepperoni on the pizza was really delicious. And there was quite alot of chicken ham in the middle. However, the pizza is quite cheesy (which hubby's stomach could not stand! Poor him!)
The crust on the pizza was also really good, very crispy and not exploding with cheese and pineapples or any of those un-necessary stuff!
See the gooey cheese!
Regular pizza - Tsunami
There were 5 prawns on this pizza which was quite pale. It looked like those frozen inported prawns and it tasted quite good. It also had beef bacon which we picked and ate!
Result - I quite like these pizzas. The atmosphere in Marco's is also really nice and very comfortable for family meals (with kids)!
However, I think we will not be having it anytime soon....considering hubby's upset tummy the whole afternoon after which! Maybe it wasn't the pizza, dear.....sigh.....