Saturday, January 31, 2009

Eating out - Shezuan Restaurant II

As usual, I went for my grocery shopping in the morning and went for the vaccination that I mentioned yesterday. Injection??? I think most of the people are scare of this, right? Well, me too! I remember when I was young, mommy used to tell me that it wouldn’t be hurt. You will only feel like the ant’s bite. Wahahahah…While the doctor going to inject me, I keep thinking of what mommy had told me. Haha…it’s true. It was only painful less than 3 seconds. It’s done! ^_^

We had our lunch at Shezuan Restaurant again but this time is in the city. Hubby had ordered the lunch set – Spicy Fish with Rice. What about me??? This time I had order spicy noodles – Noodle with Eight Treasure Combination in Soup. Haha…the name sounds cool huh. The Eight Treasure was “Tripe, Duck Gizzard, Shrimp, Ham, Mushroom, Bamboo, Beancurd & Beans”. We also order a plate of Dim Sim – Fried Siu Mai.
Display "plactic" food in the window. They looks delicious... ; )
Spicy Fish with Rice

Soft & fluffy fish

Noodle with Eight Treasure Combination in Soup

Eight Treasure - “Tripe, Duck Gizzard, Shrimp, Ham, Mushroom, Bamboo, Beancurd & Beans”. I tried to find the so called "8 Treasure". See, what had I found...they all looks the same! = P

Fried Dim Sim


After lunch, we went to Fitzroy for shopping. There were a lot of branded factory outlet shops. Besides clothing and shoes outlet, there are also have electronic outlet. Hubby bought me a “lovely” Waffle Creations. Hooray!!! I am so happy as I really love to bake for different kind of recipe. I can’t wait to try on this Waffle Creations. So… I will do waffle for tomorrow’s breakfast. I love the shape of this waffer maker. Let me show you later...

When we on the way home, there's a "Flying Trapeze" show in the public. Anyone can go up and have a try to "fly". Haha...

Cooking for dinner
Hokkien Char & Bake Potato Tuna

Never try to fry this Hokkien noodle before. I went for my grocery shopping this morning and saw this plain Hokkien noodle and I had come out with this idea. We used to call this noodle as “Hokkien Char” in Penang but I remember when I was studying in KL, they called it as “Dai Lok Min” (in Cantonese). I had also bake some Potato Tuna as side dish. I found this recipe from the newspaper. It is simple, easy and yummy dish. = )

Hokkien Char

· 200g hokkien noodles
· 2 prawns
· a few chicken sliced
· 5-6 slices fish cake
· 2-3 tbsp oil
· 1/2 chopped onion
· 1-1½ tbsp thick soy sauce
· 1 tbsp oyster sauce

What to do
Heat oil in the pan and fry onion until lightly golden. Add chicken, prawns and fish cake. Stir-fry well. Add noodles and sauce. Stir-fry well and put on the cover and simmer for 5-6 minutes. Dish out and serve immediately.

Baked Potato Tuna

· 2 medium size potatoes, peeled
· ¼ tsp salt
· A pinch of pepper
· 1 can of tuna flakes

What to do

Chop the potatoes into small pieces and cook in boiling water, soft enough to mash.
Add in salt and pepper
Mix the tuna into potatoes mixture by using fork to break up the chunks of tuna
After mix well, put the mixture into the baking pan in round shape (or any shape that you like).

Friday, January 30, 2009

Cervical Cancel Vaccination

I heard about this program from my cousin before I came to Australia. I planned to take the vaccinations but luckily hubby told me that it is free in Australia. It costs about RM400 per injections (x3). The vaccinations are for all young girl and women between 12 to 26 years old. I had booked an appointment with the doctor for injection tomorrow afternoon. If you wish to know more about this Cervical Cancel Vaccination, please visit The National HPV Vaccination Program.