18.8.14

A typical weekend....

How fast! It's back to the working week again! How was your weekend ? Mine was not so great though I planned to spend more time with my family but somehow there was some disruptions like my kids tuitions, my little princess kindy teachers' home visit (and its a pretty teacher :D ) as well as my little princess was down with a mild cough. Thus, its just resting at home and ran some errands as usual in nearby malls. I do had a good time talking to her teachers, not just because they are young and pretty, but I also got to know how she was doing in school. I was delighted to hear that she was actually quite talkative and love to ask questions in class as well as knowing who were her best friends. Well, its a neighbourhood kindy thus most of the students stayed close to each other and we know who's who they are. LOL ...

As usual, we had Japanese food almost once a week as requested by the kids. We just ordered a few simple meals on a Saturday evening before rushing home early since there was classes for my kid on Sunday.

Kani Maki for my kids

Sake and Maguro sushi to share with my wifey

Fried rice for my wifey

My favourite Shiitake mushroom , grilled with salt

Again, my favourite Salmon shioyaki set

And, a Salmon Teriyaki set for my kids
Have a good week!

35 comments:

  1. Ehh... why does the color of the salmon does not look right??

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    1. Ken - it's reflected by the restaurant lights. I only used phone cam.

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  2. Hope your little girl gets well soon! :)

    Hey, that's good Japanese food, haven't been eating for a long time dy, just reminded me.

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    1. Thanks Huai Bin. She's better now. Go and have some jap food.

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  3. Classes on Sunday? Is it some sort of interest class?

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  4. wah, i thought you purposely took leave on Friday and then you had great plans for the kids.. but then it turned out to be a typical weekend?? haha.. ooopsss, not typical lah, you have got a young and pretty visitor woh~~ :D

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    1. SK - sometimes it's like that. Plans may not materialised.

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  5. it's actually nice to know the teachers, if not personally, at least you get to know more about your kids at school.. somemore a kawaii girl that is your cup of tea mah.. so you sure told the teacher "DO VISIT ME OFTEN!!" right?? :p

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    1. SK - hahah.... no worries. We on Facebook already.

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  6. oh, what a nice spread of Japanese food!! got sushi, got fried rice, got shitake mushroom, got salmon teriyaki.. must be a very satisfying meal huh?? :)

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  7. Wah, princess's kindy got teacher-home-visit ka? So nice hor, to have a better relationship with the kid and the parents.. Here no such thing kua.. Maybe got, but not at Kz's kindy la, hehe..

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    1. Princess - This kindy very responsible and hard working .

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  8. hope your girl is better now. so nice of the teacher to conduct home visit

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    1. Kucing - yeah, in fact this is the second visit.

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  9. I'm like your missus, I guess - would prefer some rice for the main meals.

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    1. STP - you guys can't help it without rice...lol

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  10. You mean the teacher actually come to your house to visit? First time I hear of this. Quite good that you get a detailed report of your Princess' progress at the kindy.

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    1. Phong - yeah , they make an appointment with us and visited us , sharing about her conduct and progress in school. They also ask our feedback for the kindy.

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  11. They do house visit, thought the parents will go to the school to meet the teacher...

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    1. Sharon - I was surprise initially but this is one responsible kindy.

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  12. wahhh... doing home visits too? your girl's kindy is very canggih la! Must be very pricey... never mind, give them the best if can afford..

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    1. Reana no la..not the costliest in jb.haha..

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  13. wow...Japanese food again. Yumm!

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    1. Yee Ling - there was a lot Japanese food restaurants around my place. :)

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  14. I would have shared that salmon and tuna sushi! LOL

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  15. You like to eat mushrooms? Good leh.. My hubby and my father don't eat mushrooms at all.

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  16. Japanese foods are all time favourites of many,including me.They are much more exquisite than all of the other cuisines.They seem to incline towards quality over quantity.This is nice! :)

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  17. Your kids have japanese food at least once a week while you have it like everyday!

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    1. Merryn - I come kl belanja you next time , ok ?

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